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Why do I love being a Travel Consultant?

I love people and travel! So, you can imagine how much I enjoy getting to spend my days with people, helping them with their travel dreams. There’s nothing more rewarding than the joy I see when someone returns from a trip that we created together and that they loved.

My top travel picks.

I’ve been fortunate to see some of the most wonderful places in the world. Here are a few pictures of some of places I’ve loved. Where do you want to go?

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Kruger National Park.

South Africa

Kruger Park is a game reserve on nearly 20,000 square km of land. The park is a fantastic African safari destination, where you will discover and learn about diverse wildlife, including Africa’s “Big Five” – Elephant, Lion, Rhino, Leopard and Buffalo. Kruger offers an array of experiences, including exclusive private safaris, more affordable group options, onsite accommodations and more. This place must be seen to be believed.

Insider tip: Take a good pair of binoculars and a camera with a good zoom lens to Kruger. Everywhere you look there is a beautiful creature and each moment is one you’ll want to capture.

Cape Hillsborough.


Australia is on a lot of bucket lists and it’s easy to understand why. This place is astonishing and offers amazingly diverse options that will delight travellers of all ages. There are beautiful coasts, busy and cosmopolitan cities to discover, and of course, the Outback, along with a huge variety of wildlife and much more. Australia is such a unique experience.

Insider tip: In Sydney, head out early in the morning to catch a sunrise like you’ve never seen in your life. Go to Bondi Beach or catch the Cockatoo Island Ferry around or before 6 am.

Tongariro National Park.

New Zealand

So close in proximity to Australia, and yet such a different experience. I just love New Zealand, for both the place and its people. The landscape is otherworldly, with glaciers, volcanic craters, geysers, sand dunes and greenery. The culture is warm and friendly. The cities are vibrant and the adventure is plentiful.

Insider tip: Don’t miss a visit to Rotorua to experience and learn about the culture of the Maori, New Zealand’s Indigenous Polynesian people.