I began my 20+ year travel career by arranging International Golf vacations then moved on to specializing in Luxury Vacation Travel.
The travel bug hit me hard when I traveled to Europe for a summer with just a backpack and a train schedule in hand. Each day was an adventure. I was surrounded by the unknown; new cultures to experience, historical sites to discover, transformational great works of art, and exotic tastes to satisfy. It was then and there that my passion for travel was ignited.
My growing enthusiasm for travel has taken me on Safari in Kenya, hiking in New Zealand, trekking throughout Guatemala and rafting down the Grand Canyon on the scenic Colorado River to name a few.
I place an emphasis and spends a great deal of time on getting to know my clients travel history, personal tastes and expectations. I then crafts a travel experience that is suited to them personally.
Top Destinations and Expertise
City Atlanta, GA
Phone +1 770-220-0050
Australia, Caribbean, Europe, Hawaii, Italy
Adventure, Cruise - Small ship, Family Travel, Honeymoon & Anniversary, Independent, Naturalist
Big Island & Kauai Hawaii
The snorkel is fantastic on the Big Island and can be done right from shore.
What struck me most about Kauai is the enormous amount of undeveloped land. You can spend your morning hiking the Napali Coast or Waimea Canyon and spend your afternoons catching waves.
Turks & Caicos
Turks & Caicos is most suited for divers and those looking to relax with their toes in the sand.
Personal favorite was Parrot Cay. It the setting a traveler expects from a secluded tropical getaway. The sea was just steps my private worn teak cottage on the beach.
Vail & Beaver Creek Colorado
Vail has it all. Great lodging and dining options as well as some of the best skiing around. The Back Bowls are powder paradise.
Beaver Creek feels very story book and can just as easily be enjoyed from the comfort of an armchair by a large roaring fire!
Southern CA: San Diego, Del Mar & Santa Barbara
The San Diego Zoo, USS Midway, hiking Torrey Pines and golfing.
The John Paul Getty museum in LAX is worth the trip alone. Another big surprise was the beauty of the Santa Ynez wine country in the late fall as the leaves were all yellow and burnt orange.
Bora Bora, French Polynesia
S-E-X-Y. Yes, one word is all it takes to
describe Bora Bora.
The location of your over the water unit truly matters as you will want to spend all your time there!
Bora Bora is for those looking for an idyllic, secluded and tropical escape filled with romance.
Alberta, Canada Banff, Lake Louise & Jasper
The Colorado Rockies will take your breath away.
Leave your i-phones at home. Hiking, canoeing, rafting and soaking in the hot springs. You won't find the luxurious type resorts of the big cities but what you will find is nature at its finest.
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