AUSTRALIA & SOUTH PACIFIC
Originally from the UK, I have always been fascinated with different cultures, landscapes, and foods. I decided to pack my bags and go travelling. Six years later I find myself loving travel more than ever. In my time travelling I have been lucky enough to experience many countries throughout the world. I have lived and worked in Australia and New Zealand, and also travelled extensively through Asia, South America, and Europe. When going on a new trip, I love to immerse myself in the local cultures and traditions of every area I possibly can, and I want to help you do the same. Having worked in the travel industry for a number of years, I used to specialize in round the world itineraries. Using my experience I now focus mainly on in-depth Asia trips. I can guarantee you I will provide great assistance and use my experience to help you head on any trip you want to, no matter how big or small the journey.
My favourite places
Ranthambhore National Park
In Northern India, this is one of the only places in the world you can see Bengal Tigers in the wild. Taking a safari in an open-top jeep, I managed to have an encounter with a 180kg female while she was scouting out her prey in the local bush. We also caught a glimpse of a leopard running over a ruin.
In the centre of the island you'll find a natural wonder with many hidden ancient stories surrounding it. With the nickname "Chocolate Hills," don’t be mislead. The 1,776 hills are not made of chocolate. However, they are an amazing natural wonder that should not be missed when visiting the Philippines.
Australia & South Pacific
Calling all Lord of the Rings fans, adrenaline junkies, and nature lovers: Queenstown is the place to be. The views are breathtaking from all angles in both summer and winter (keep in mind they are opposite to us). I would highly recommend going on the Skyline to make the most of all the sights.
Central & South America
Imagine Niagara Falls with fewer tourists, located in the jungle with several hundred waterfalls, and that is only half the story of this amazing natural wonder situated on the borders of Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay. The helicopter flight over the falls allows you to appreciate this natural wonder of the world.
Did you know?
- China produces 45 billion pairs of chopsticks each year. Brush up on your chopstick skills before you visit.
- There are over 1,600 temples in Kyoto, Japan. It used to be the country’s capital for over a thousand years.
- Indonesia is made up of over 17,000 islands. The island of Komodo is where you can find Komodo Dragons.
- Don't fold your clothes when packing luggage. Instead roll your clothes, leaving more room for souvenirs.