The best place I have visited absolutely has to be Mauritius. This beautiful island has so much to offer, from white sandy beaches to stunning mountains and waterfalls. I love that you have the ability to combine beach and exploration all in one here: you can be on the beach one day, and up in the mountains the next, visiting the spectacular Seven Coloured Earth.
Sarah, Hidden Beaches Specialist
Sarah's love of travel was ignited from a young age, having lived in Hong Kong, Cyprus and Italy as a child and travelling extensively with her family. After completing a temporary position within the admin department here at Audley in 2014, she knew she wanted to come back to us full-time as one of our specialists and so went on to complete her degree in Business Studies and eighteen months working with another travel company to gain experience before returning to us as a Hidden Beaches specialist.
Since joining Audley she has further deepened her love of travel by experiencing Indonesia, Mauritius, the Seychelles, Tanzania and Zanzibar, with some of her highlights being the incredible safaris in Tanzania, the stunning white-sand beaches of the Seychelles and the spectacular temples in Indonesia. More recently Sarah returned from exploring Grenada, St Lucia, Antigua and Barbados in the Caribbean.
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