Brittany, Greece Specialist
Brittany began her Audley career as a Southeast Asia and Japan specialist before moving on to work within the Greece team, helping to launch it as a new travel destination at Audley. Her passion for travel, specifically to Asian and European countries, began at a young age. Some of her fondest and most memorable travel moments include exploring the archipelago of Komodo National Park in Indonesia, staying overnight at the Elephant Hills tented camp in Khao Sok National Park, having dinner with a Maiko in Kyoto and hiking the caldera of Santorini from Fira to Oia.
Most recently, Brittany went on a five-week trip throughout Greece, including Athens, central Greece, the Peloponnese and a clutch of idyllic islands. As an avid lover of local food, Brittany enjoyed trying out authentic home-cooking classes in Galaxidi and Athens. She also hiked to the monasteries of Meteora — one of her favorite walks to date.
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Our expectations of the entire trip were exceeded due to the first class service provided by Audley.
LeeAnn Rogalski traveled to Thailand for 16 days in January 2018, organized by Brittany K
Our trip to Thailand was amazing thanks to our travel planner Brittany, and the service provided by Audley. We sincerely enjoyed our visit to Chiang Rai. We toured the White Temple, coffee plantations and tea plantations. Our guide Anek made the tour extra special with his personal connections. We got a 'Behind the Scenes' tour of the White Temple workshop. Our expectations of the entire trip were exceeded due to the first class service provided by Audley.
I'll never forget when…
One moment that really stuck with me on my recent trip to Greece was my e-bike adventure through Meteora at sunset. At first, I thought we were going to begin the hardest uphill bike tour of my life, but luckily my guide showed me how to use the bike’s electric power to help glide me up the mountainous rock fixtures. Exploring the monasteries in the evening, after having seen them in daylight, was vastly different. Watching the sun set over them, I wanted to hit pause forever.