Hey there, we are Gavin and Jess. After graduating from the University of Texas, we quit our jobs, moved out of our apartments, sold our cars, and packed two backpacks to live life on the road. We love searching for unique experiences off the beaten path, creating friendships around the world, and expanding our minds through acquiring new perspectives.
We've traveled all over the world and have learned many lessons about life and travel along the way. These experiences led to the idea behind Travel World Culture. The goal behind our business is bringing affordable travel to anyone, whether it be through our group trips set up for ages 18-35 or our custom trips for any ages.
We created organized group trip packages with the goal in mind of growing and mentoring those who want to see the world. TWC trips give the comfort and guidance needed to begin traveling. Along the way, our travelers gain the confidence and knowledge that they need to begin creating their own trips and adventures.
TWC only adds a destination to a group trip package if we have traveled to or lived there for an extended period of time. Currently, the two of us have no home base. Instead, we go to each potential TWC destination for several months to find the most affordable options and authentic experiences. TWC then brings those to you in a trip package that allows you to travel more and worry less! We also use our knowledge in each area to create amazing customized trip packages for anyone!
TWC is run with the goal of only positively contributing to the communities that are destinations for TWC trips. We educate our travelers on cultural awareness, respect, and leaving only a positive impact before they take one of our tours. We are always looking to expand and improve this process. TWC is proud to work with our partners in the communities of trip destinations in order to give back directly to these communities.
Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced traveler, we hope we can share what we have learned from the world and learn from each of you in return.
Our story was featured in The Daily Texan! You can read the article here.