The team of travel consultants at the Luxury Travel Company are seasoned travellers. With first hand experiences, they can help with any travel plans you have and will give you valuable insight into different travel destinations.
Time in travel industry Over twenty years
Travelled to Australia, NZ, Vanuatu, Peru, Argentina, Thailand, Hong Kong, China, Bali, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, UAE, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Botswana, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Mauritius, Italy, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, France, U.K, Netherlands, Canada, USA & Hawaii, India, Sabah, Japan, Sweden, Fiji, Maldives
Next destination Skiing in Japan
Most memorable travel experience Spending a week on the luxury True North with my family out in the Rowley Shoals which has less than 250 visitors every year
Favourite destination South Africa with its magnificent game lodges
Best travel tip Take more money – you will need it!
Worst travel experience Being stuck on a ship off the coast of China in the middle of a typhoon!
Senior Travel Consultant
Time in travel industry Over ten years
Travelled to Australia, NZ, New Caledonia, Brazil, USA, Canada, Japan, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Malaysia,Singapore, Spain, France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Greece, Mauritius, South Africa.
Next destination France, England, Scotland and Ireland and Qatar
Most memorable travel experience A canoe trip in the Amazon knowing that there were piranha’s in the water below me. Then eating piranha soup for dinner that night!
Favourite destination Greek Islands
Best travel tip Ask locals for tips on where to eat out or special places to visit in their city. They may share knowledge with you that will create some of the most memorable experiences of your trip.
Worst travel experience Being in NYC for the ‘Great Black Out of 2003’. The power outage was for almost 24 hours and everything affected! Subway trains weren’t operating so transport was limited to millions of people sharing taxis which caused major chaos. Restaurants and tourist attractions were closed and it was a very hot day so we were very thankful when power the finally came back on!