The people at any organization are the most important thing. Gap 360 staff are smart young graduates (apart from the MD!) who are efficient, intelligent, and well travelled. Most of all they are nice people!
Jon has travelled far and wide, from Thailand and Vietnam, to Costa Rica and Nicaragua, also the USA and New Zealand, as well as a large chunk of Europe. Highlights include running the famous Rocky Steps in Philadelphia, climbing Mt Doom in New Zealand and beautiful Halong Bay in Vietnam, oh and plenty of good nights out! Always looking for a new adventure and definitely always ready to plan yours, Jon will help create the perfect trip for you.
Charlie got the travel bug nearly 10 years ago by coaching football in the USA, he then went to University in Portsmouth and got a degree in Sports Development and has worked in travel ever since! He's the most travelled person in the office, with a current list of around 50 countries and planning on adding to the list this year with a trip to Sri Lanka. Charlie genuinely loves chatting and helping people arrange their travels so give him a call!
Matt graduated from University of Roehampton with a BA Hons in Classical Civilisation. A keen surfer, you can find him down by a beach when he's not at work, or in the kitchen trying to make more wine. Matt has travelled to Asia, South America and Europe, and is always happy to try something new. As our Travel Sales Representative, Matt visits schools to present the amazing Gap 360 trips to everyone.
Chris has been described in the office as an enigma, a prodigy, and a legend...although mostly by himself. With the body of a norse god and the humour of road crossing poultry, when not exaggerating about himself he looks after marketing the product we sell, as well as working with other areas of the business. Named after the patron saint of travellers you know you are in good hands with him. Chris has travelled to Asia, North America, Australasia, and Europe.
Katie is an International Development graduate who has spent her gap year living in Vietnam and teaching English. She loved Vietnam so much she can't stop going back! She has travelled through most of Asia as well as visiting Africa, the Americas and Australasia. Her best bits were driving a campervan up the East Coast of Australia and swimming in the Ganges in India. Katie looks after Gap 360 Product and Operations.
Jane has taken multiple gap trips and written about her experiences. She has worked in the gap travel industry since 2003. She has visited just about all the destinations where we offer trips and knows the people that run the projects, tours and accommodations personally. Jane is responsible for making sure that all the little details of your trip are taken care of and that the information you are provided with is correct.
Felix is a bit of a thrill seeker, having jumped out a plane from 12,000 ft, jumped off a 200 ft platform with nothing but elastic strapped to his ankles and gone downhill biking in the French alps. He's also a passionate skier, always itching to go on that next holiday in the snow and rush down the mountain! He sorts out the website, bringing new features and maintaining current ones to give you the best online experience possible.
After graduating University, Alex spent his gap year touring every inch of New Zealand and the east coast of Australia in a tiny campervan with his girlfriend (now wife). Since then, Alex's mission has been to visit at least one new country each year. Currently he's been to 18 different countries with the highlights being Canada, Denmark, Netherlands and Iceland. He's also a huge motorsports fan, combining racing with trips to Belgium and Austria to watch the races.
James runs the office systems, computers, websites and anything technical. He is a whiz at getting things to work and even re-wired the entire Gap 360 office. he has also travelled to many places including Asia, Africa, Australia, etc.. James has 10 years experience in gap travel.
David founded a company which grew to become the UK's largest gap year provider. He sold the company in 2008 and started a new career in playing golf, doing the school runs and food shopping. Now David does the sort of things MD's do. (we don't really know what it is, but he is good at it).