Is South Africa on your travel bucket list?

It is a great honour for me to be one of the 50 speakers at the Virtual Aging without Borders Summit happening from the 26th February to 4th March. This is the first of its kind with speakers from many countries all interested in a specific section of aging.

I have chosen to speak about the challenges South Africa faces as a nation. We have more than 50% of our population under 25 and have a high unemployment rate. Our aging population makes up only 8% of our population.

My dream at Refirement Network has always been to harness the skills of our older generation to engage with and help build our younger generation. My dream extends to visitors from elsewhere in the world who are keen to visit our beautiful country and at the same time engage in some form of volunteer work in their area of interest. This may be short term, for a few months or even making a difference from a distance.

That is what I will be speaking about at the summit. How can I help you make some important decisions for a trip like this? Help a group of women who have a common interest and keen to visit.  I offer Concierge Services to help you make these decisions.

Join me on Thursday, March 2nd to hear me live. To register and watch the event on the day is free. If you want to watch at your leisure and receive all the videos, audio podcasts and many other benefits the cost is $97. Booking after 1 March the price is $197.

Follow this link to find out more about this event and the great line up of speakers and subjects to be discussed.

http://agewithoutborders.net/?affiliate_token=420621

See you at the summit and hopefully some day in sunny South Africa.

4 thoughts on “Is South Africa on your travel bucket list?

  1. Daniel Mtambo says:

    Awesome

  2. Daniel Mtambo says:

    Good news to hear

  3. Peter Mangan says:

    Congrats on a great interesting talk Lynda.

    1. Lynda Smith says:

      Thanks Peter. Great opportunity to spread the word on travel. I really hope we can open up SA to more people in 2017.

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