Sue

Sue

About Sue

Sue has been in the Travel Industry since 1997, and has extensive knowledge of many long-haul destinations as well as the cruising sector. She is now the Team Leader of our Long-Haul and Cruise Specialist Department with her particular interests being Canada, USA, New Zealand, Sri Lanka and The Far East.

Sue loves the natural world and on a recent trip to Mexico with her children they had the opportunity of swimming with Whale Sharks. She is a keen photographer and has captured some amazing images during her travels, especially in Sri Lanka where she was lucky enough to visit Yala National Park with its abundance of Elephant and other wildlife.

Favourite Travel Destinations – Canada, New Zealand and Sri Lanka

Who would I like to be stranded on a Desert Island with? Got to be either David Attenborough or Chris Hemsworth!

Top Travel Tip

Remember to always take plenty of insect repellent with you when travelling to tropical destinations, as it may not be available locally.

Favourite Destinations

Canada

Canada

The vast frontier of Canada is a land of windswept prairies, towering mountains, fields of glaciers, pristine lakes and rocky coastlines. Filled with diverse wildlife like wolves, moose, bears, eagles and other animals, the Canadian landscape is one of great natural beauty and provides ample opportunity for outdoor sports like...

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New Zealand

New Zealand

Though the island nation is geographically small, the sweeping landscapes seem immense to awestruck visitors taking in the jagged mountain peaks, rolling hills, sparkling beaches, scenic fjords, raging rivers and pristine lakes that make up the stunning scenery of New Zealand. New Zealand is an adventures paradise, with opportunities...

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Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka was formerly known as “Serendib” from which the word “Serendipity” originates and “Ceylon” more recently. This country has long been known as the pearl of the Indian Ocean and is renowned for its diverse beauty. Roughly the size of Ireland it is located just off the southern coast of India and just three degrees above the equator.

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