Why do I love being a Travel Consultant?
I believe that travelling can change your life. You experience different cultures, other ways of life and new ways of looking at the world. I love helping people discover their own passion for travel. I know that they will come home from their trip with stories to share and wonderful memories to last a lifetime.
My top travel picks.
My favourite trips are usually to the Caribbean. This region is full of so many destinations blessed with beautiful beaches and warm waters, and each has its own distinct culture and attractions. Here are some photos of my top picks to visit. I could help book a trip for you!
British Virgin Islands.
The British Virgin Islands are among the world's greatest sailing destinations. Charter sailboats are a great way to explore the less accessible and often uninhabited islands that make up this Caribbean territory. Imagine spending the day on a deserted beach. You can, in the Virgin Islands.
Insider tip: Make sure you visit the Baths in Virgin Gorda. This is a beautiful beach area with warm, calm waters and amazing rock formations to explore. Hiking through them is unforgettable!
Saint Lucia is one of my favourite island vacation spots. You can visit a spa in a dormant volcano, attend a festive street party full of Caribbean food and music and snorkel over coral reefs and shipwrecks all in a beautiful tropical setting.
Insider tip: Take a boat ride out to see the twin mountains, the Gros and Petit Pitons, from the water. The dramatic peaks are among the most memorable landmarks in the Caribbean.
With countless beautiful beaches, legendary Jamaican cuisine, and festive reggae music playing everywhere you turn, Jamaica is one of the most entertaining places you could possibly visit. Climb a tropical waterfall, explore the famous Blue Mountain or just sit back and watch the sun set over the sea. This island has something for everyone.
Insider tip: Stop by Rose Hall while you're in Jamaica. This 18th century plantation great house has been fully restored to it’s former glory, and legend has it that it is still haunted by the ghost of Annie Palmer.