Why do I love being a Travel Consultant?

This role allows me to embrace two of my biggest passions: travelling and trading stories with new people. I love sharing my adventuresand photoswith clients to help them get excited about planning their own trips.   

The world is full of great places to see and great people to meet. Being a Travel Consultant allows me to work with both. Give me a call and let's talk about where you want to go next. 

My top travel picks.

I told you that I love to share my experiences and photos. It was difficult to pick just a few to share here. Scroll through the photos below to see three of my most recent and favourite adventures. If you see anything that piques your interest or if you want to see more, give me a call! I’d love the chance to design your next getaway.

  • Sunset, Torre Belem, Lisbon, Portugal The Belem Tower
  • Clouds Over Lion's Head and Table Mountain Cape Town, South Africa
  • High Angle View Of Panama Canal The Panama Canal
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Lisbon.

Portugal

A tour of Portugal offers colourful fishing villages, ancient fortified towns and beautiful sun-kissed beaches. The Belem Tower is one of the highlights of Lisbon. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of the role it played in the maritime discoveries dating back to the early 16th century.

Insider tip: Many popular destinations in Portugal offer a tourist pass, such as the Lisbon Card and the Porto Card, which offer free or discounted public transport as well as free entry or discounts for numerous museums and attractions.

Cape Town.

South Africa
Cape Town, or the “Mother City” as it is affectionately known, is a scenic wonder, nestled between Table Mountain and the sea. This makes it a favourite spot for hikers and mountain bikers as well as beach lovers.Insider tip: Cape Town is also in the heart of South Africa's lush wine region. Take a day trip out of the city to explore the quaint towns and world-class wineries and restaurants.

The Panama Canal.

Panama
The famous Panama Canal was one of the engineering marvels of the world when it was first opened in 1914. Today, it is still an incredible sight to see as freighter ships and smaller crafts alike traverse between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.Insider tip: While in Panama City, be sure to drop by the Miraflores Visitor Center. It is a museum dedicated to the history and creation of the canal. Along with photographs and artefacts, there is also a 3D movie, putting you right in the heart of the action.