Why do I love being a Travel Consultant?

I love helping CAA Members plan their holidays from start to finish. It is exciting to watch their faces grow up when I make suggestions or give them a tip. I look forward to hearing from my clients about their trip experience, and I often pick up great tips from them.

  • Turks and Caicos Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos Islands
  • Chuao Bay, Caribbean Chuao Bay, Caribbean
  • Shannon, Ireland Shannon, Ireland
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Grand Turk.

Turks and Caicos Islands

For the Caribbean-bound traveller, it’s hard to know which island to visit. Turks and Caicos, for example, is best suited to the traveller in search of refined relaxation, while the party people will love the casinos and bars of the Dominican Republic. Jamaica, meanwhile, is a great spot for families, with plenty of kid-friendly, reasonably priced resorts. I can take the pain out of choosing what's right for you by giving you the lowdown on the islands, explaining what's best about each one and helping you maximize beach time over airport time.

Insider tip: Turks and Caicos is a paradise for divers and snorkellers, with the world’s third largest barrier reef.

Chuao Bay.

Caribbean

I love cruising! You never have a chance to be bored and there is an endless array of destinations and ways to cruise, from small ships to floating cities. You see new islands daily, and there are always great activities on-board, plus wonderful food and many lounge areas to relax and enjoy the world sailing by.

Insider tip: Stay in an inside cabin on ocean cruises. It’s less expensive than a balcony cabin, and with so much to do, you probably won’t be spending much time in your room anyway.

Shannon.

Ireland

Because of its rolling green countryside, Ireland is often called the Emerald Isle. Visitors are treated to historic sites, beautiful coastlines, and some of the friendliest people you'll ever meet.

Insider tip: You can book a stay in a real castle in Ireland, and it is like stepping right into history. Be sure to book this experience well in advance, as castle stays tend to fill up quickly.