I have worked within the travel industry for over 25 years now, and I’ve almost half of that at Inspiring Travel. What I love about travel is making memories, experiencing new cultures, and trying new cuisines. I think travel is the best way to broaden your mind.
My most memorable travel experience
Since being at Inspiring Travel, I have had a few stand-out travel moments, but I would say one of them was my recent trip to the Maldives. I got to experience some amazing hotels, Incredible food, and stunning sunsets!
My travel specialism
The Indian Ocean and the Caribbean are my specialties. To gather all my crucial research, I’ve travelled to the Maldives, Mauritius, Seychelles, Barbados, Antigua, St Lucia, the Grenadines, and Grenada. I’ve also visited Spain and Greece.
My favourite destination: Seychelles
Being an Indian Ocean specialist, it’s very difficult to pick my favourite place as all of our Indian ocean destinations are amazing however for me I have to say after having my honeymoon in Seychelles this will always be a very special place for me. I loved how green and luscious the islands are and the beaches are just WOW. The sea temperature was 28 Degrees all the time! Perfect for a morning swim and snorkel. Also, the food in Seychelles was superb, I loved trying all the creole dishes along with the best Indian food I’ve ever had.
My favourite hotel: Constance Ephelia
In Seychelles, my favourite hotel is Constance Ephelia, especially the Beach Villas. The hotel has fantastic service and food, and a few beaches and little coves that you sometimes have all to yourself! It has a wide array of restaurants too, and all of them are amazing.
Service commitment from you:
When I’m organising your holiday, I’ll put myself in your shoes, and make sure every detail is tailored exactly to your preference.
Your top tips for travellers:
- Be sure to take the correct currency with you
- Find out what kind of clothing you’ll need to wear when leaving your hotel and visiting mosques
- Don’t forget your adapter!
- Try and learn a bit of the local lingo - it’s nice to say thank you and hello in the native tongue