Cultural tours of the UK are a chance for visitors to broaden their horizons and enable them to learn something new about themselves.
That is according to Stuart Rees Jones, founder and chief executive officer at Camps International, who stated that many young people are unsure about what path to take in life even after spending years at university.
The beauty of a gap year is that it allows people to reflect and assess what their skills are and how best to use them.
"Travelling completely broadens your horizons. It gives you an insight into different ways of life, you meet different people in different parts of the country and different parts of the world, you just start to see differently and think differently," Mr Rees Jones added.
Cornwall could be a good destination for those on cultural tours of the UK to visit, with Lorna Tremayne, marketing manager at the Lost Gardens of Heligan, claiming there is lots to see and do in the region.
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