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Why do I love being a Travel Consultant?

I have always been fascinated by other cultures and locations. I especially enjoy learning about the history, architecture and foods. I've had great opportunities to travel and at the end of each trip, I just want to start planning my next one. I love sharing my travel experiences with customers to get them excited about their own trips. Let me help you plan a stress-free vacation.

My top travel picks.

Africa is one of my favourite places on Earth, and I've been lucky to visit more than once. Please check out these photos of some of my favourite excursions. Then, let's talk about what adventures we can plan for you!

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Kruger National Park.

South Africa

In South Africa, you can enjoy a guided excursion into the wild, seeing the big five – lions, leopards, rhinoceros, elephants, and Cape buffalo – in their natural habitat, luxury glamping and waking up under the stars to the distant roar of a lion. It's an adventure you'll never forget.

Insider tip: Lions generally sleep during the day, so to capture one on film, be sure to stay alert and have your camera ready as the sun starts to set.

Table Mountain.

South Africa

The famously flat-topped mountain overlooking Cape Town, Table Mountain is nothing short of spectacular. The adventurous can hike to the top, but most people ride the cable car up. Either way, the stunning views and natural beauty you'll experience – and photograph – make it worth the trip.

Insider tip: Most cable cars keep at least one of their window panes open so that you can photograph the journey up the mountain, as well as the city and sea below, without the obstruction of condensation or streaks on glass.

Boulders Beach, Cape Town.

South Africa

Cape Town is a city with something for everyone: beaches, food, mountains, wildlife, history, culture, wine and adventure sports. Soak up the sun, swim with sharks or sample the excellent local wines.

Insider tip: Visit Boulders Beach for a truly unique wildlife experience. This beautiful bay near Cape Town is the only spot in the world where you can see African penguins up close.