I first visited Latin America at age 18 when I spent a month travelling around Mexico, learning about the Aztec and Mayan civilizations and ending up on the paradise island of Ambergris Caye in Belize where I learnt to scuba dive.
Since then I have found myself drawn back to this wonderful part of the world for its cultures, wildlife and dramatic landscapes and have travelled extensively through Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands.
Some of my favourite memories in Latin America include walking in the footsteps of the Inca’s on the Inca trail, horse riding across the immense Patagonian wildernesses of Chile and Argentina and watching great ice sheets crash into Lago Argentino at the impressive Perito Moreno Glacier. As an avid wildlife enthusiast, I’ll always have a soft spot for the Galapagos Islands while Peru never fails to tantalise me with its colourful culture, friendly locals and food!
On a recent trip to Guyana I truly fell in love with the country for its pristine natural beauty, home to such a diverse abundance of wildlife. I love to share my own passions and experiences with people, and this is what led me to working in the travel industry. There’s something wonderfully satisfying about helping clients put together their perfect, dream holiday to destinations that I know they will love as much as I do.
As an avid wildlife enthusiast the Galapagos Islands was an unforgettable where I experienced amazing close encounters with the wildlife. Argentina for its incredible vast landscapes and Peru for its colourful culture, friendly locals and food!
Pantanal in Brazil to go in search of the ellusive Jaguar.