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Lucy, Hidden Beach Specialist

Lucy first got bitten by the travel bug on a school-based trip to South Africa when she was 16. This unique experience has since fuelled travels to countries throughout Africa, North America, Southeast Asia and South America. Some of her favourite experiences to date include scuba diving in Colombia, elephant riding in Thailand, seeing the gorillas at Bwindi Forest National Park and experiencing the power of Angel Falls in Venezuela.

Since joining Audley, Lucy has further explored some of her favourite places and visited some new ones. he spent five weeks seeing the grand sky scrapers of Dubai; deserts and souks Oman; even more astonishing wildlife in South Africa; the picturesque beaches and relaxed atmosphere of Mauritius; as well as the fusion of cultures and incredible street food of Malaysia.

When she isn’t working, Lucy enjoys yoga and making dinner inspired by her travels.

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Photos of Lucy

Lucy on a cycling tour, Kota Kiulu, Malaysian Borneo Lucy on a cycling tour, Kota Kiulu, Malaysian Borneo
Lucy on safari in Nathambo, South Africa Lucy on safari in Nathambo, South Africa
Lucy on a street food tour, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Lucy on a street food tour, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Lucy overlooking Zighy Bay, Oman Lucy overlooking Zighy Bay, Oman

Photos taken by Lucy

Dusky Leaf Monkey, Langkawi Dusky Leaf Monkey, Langkawi
Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, Muscat Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, Muscat
Early morning mangrove kayak at Gaya Island Resort Early morning mangrove kayak at Gaya Island Resort
Spices, Port Louis Market, Mauritius Spices, Port Louis Market, Mauritius
Al Alaam Palace, Muscat Al Alaam Palace, Muscat
Portugese Forts, Muscat Portugese Forts, Muscat

Lucy's Most Memorable Experience

As someone who is a huge animal lover, there is no better way to observe the lions than on the back of a truck in the heart of the bush.

Whilst in South Africa I had the chance to experience a Sabi Sands Safari. Within minutes of being out in the vehicle, we stumbled upon a vast open area with a singular tree in the centre. On the nearest side of the tree was a rhino, enjoying his evening meal of grass, and as we pulled up we noticed a lion was on the other side of the tree making use of the shade.

All of us (including our ranger, Matt) could not believe our eyes; two creatures who are enemies in a tough world such as this, were in such close proximity but did not seem fazed by one another. After some time they began to move so we made our way down to the small waterhole, watched the lion drink, and after sometime there was a standoff for territory between him and the rhino until the lion gave in.

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