Why do I love being a Travel Consultant?
Travelling gives you something to look forward to in life. It allows you to continuously learn about the world, meet new people and make memories. Getting to travel and share those experiences with people and help them have their next exhilarating adventure, or just get some much-needed relaxation time, is very rewarding.
My top travel picks.
Being a travel consultant has provided me with new opportunities that I would never have dreamed of. I’ve seen many places in the world. Jamaica is my all-time favourite. I’ll tell you why and also share a couple of other top picks.
Jamaica is my favorite spot to recommend to clients. Since I’ve been to the island several times, I’m always very excited to share my knowledge. The music, dance, food, beaches, and unique culture are a must-see. I love the laid-back atmosphere and way of life.
Think waterfalls, winding rivers, blue lagoons and mountains. While in Jamaica you can enjoy a little adventure or just take in the island life. Eat some jerk chicken from a local street vendor, sip on some rum cream while enjoying some reggae music and just relax by the turquoise waters…everything irie!
Insider tip: The water is at its warmest temperature in August. Summer is a great time to go as it is perfect weather.
Vegas has something for everyone. I love the excitement, nightlife and entertainment. I also like how you can get out of the city for a day trip and head to the Hoover Dam, or to the Grand Canyon or Valley of Fire State Park to hike and take in some breathtaking views.
Insider tip: Don’t get so caught up in the casinos and nightlife that you miss taking advantage of all the area has to offer.
Little Corn Island.
This country is one of my favourites. It has beautiful colonial cities, lakes and volcanoes. You can go watch the lava bubble at the Masaya Volcano, do some shopping in Catarina at the markets, enjoy some historical sightseeing and tasty food in Granada or take a boat ride on Lake Nicaragua and head to Monkey Island. But most of all, I fell in love with its history and the people. Wherever I went, everyone had a smile on their face and were so friendly.
Insider tip: When going to see the Masaya Volcano, be sure to go on a clear day as fog can inhibit visibility.