Why do I love being a Travel Consultant?

Being a travel consultant is very rewarding. The way I see it, my job is helping people make their dreams come true. People have worked hard to earn their vacation time, and I get to help them make the most of it. Come in and see me and we'll plan the perfect trip for you.

My top travel picks.

Europe and Israel are among my favourite spots to travel for their old-world charm, architecture and rich history. Both regions have endless amounts of things to do and see. These pictures below show just a few examples. Want to see them in person? Please, let me help you make your dream trip a reality.

  • Dead Sea, Israel Dead Sea, Israel
  • Iceland Blue Lagoon Iceland Blue Lagoon, Iceland
  • Pebbly Banje Beach, Croatia Pebbly Banje beach, Dubrovnik, Croatia
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Dead Sea.

Israel

A visit to Israel is unlike any other trip you will take. From touring holy sites and ancient ruins, to floating in the healing waters of the Dead Sea, or visiting cosmopolitan cities, Israel really does have it all.

Insider tip: Most people don't consider Israel a beach destination, but you really should. This country has over 270 kilometers of Mediterranean coast with everything from the bustling beaches of Tel Aviv to quieter stretches of sandy shoreline away from the city.

Iceland Blue Lagoon.

Iceland

Iceland is one of the trendiest destinations to visit right now – and for good reason. With its natural beauty from glaciers and waterfalls, to geothermal pools and hot springs, as well as breathtaking views of the Northern Lights, this small European country is one of my favourite spots on Earth.

Insider tip: No visit to Iceland is complete without a visit to the Blue Lagoon. This geothermal spa has water temperatures around 37-40°C or 98-104°F that are full of silica, algae and minerals which are very good for your skin. Because of its popularity, you should pre-book your visit well in advance.

Pebbly Banje beach, Dubrovnik.

Croatia

What makes Croatia such a draw are the brilliant waters of the Adriatic Sea. Warm, clear, turquoise waters lap up against towering limestone cliffs or onto sandy beaches. Beautiful, historic byzantine-style towns such as Istria, Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik dot the coast.

Insider tip: Take a day trip away from Dubrovnik by water taxi to the nearby island of Lokrum. There are no hotels or houses on the island, so you'll find secluded beaches, hiking trails, and the ruins of an ancient fort to explore without crowds.