Travel Specialist

I’ve grown up in a family who are passionate about exploring, so I’m fortunate to have travelled far, wide and a few places in between from a young age. I can’t think of anything more exciting than stepping off a plane in a new country, and immersing myself into the culture of that destination – that’s what travelling means to me.

After spending a summer working in Texas and then travelling around the East Coast of America, I went to Bournemouth University where I studied Tourism Management for four years. During my time at Uni I went on a three month backpacking trip around South East Asia, which was absolutely amazing. I loved eating delicious food, meeting locals and lazing on the gorgeous beaches. I’ve worked in the travel industry since graduating, and love using my personal travel experiences to help people build their dream holidays!

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Vietnam | Cambodia

I travel for..


I’m really passionate about animals, and love seeing wildlife in their natural habitats. I volunteer for a local Wildlife Trust, and help out once a month on their on-going conservation projects which I thoroughly enjoy! One of my favourite countries by far is South Africa, as it’s such a beautiful and diverse country. When I travel to South Africa I enjoy visiting various marine and wildlife conservation projects that help protect endangered species. I think it’s really interesting and rewarding to learn about how safaris and anti-poaching organisations are helping to protect these fascinating animals.

Meeting new people

I enjoy meeting new people wherever I go, but especially when I travel abroad! I really enjoy meeting crazy characters, swapping travelling stories, learning useful tips & travelling suggestions and making life-long friends from it. From meeting new people on my travels, I have found friends from many corners of the world, which I think is really special.

girl on horse in Vinales, Cuba

Experiencing local culture

I am a big believer in immersing yourself into the local culture of where you travel to. Wearing what the locals wear, eating what the locals eat, staying in authentic & locally run accommodation and experiencing what that destination has to offer by booking your trips through a company who believes in responsible travel.

Top tips

Cuba Travel | Why go now?

31st July 2015 by Zoe

As rumours circulate about Cuba lifting the ban on travel for Americans, our Travel Specialist Zoe, explains why you should visit Cuba sooner rather than later.

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