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Vicky, Hidden Beach Specialist

Vicky's passion for travel developed when she set off, solo, on a six month trip to Australasia aged 18. She continued to do many trips exploring most continents, Antarctica being the only exception.

On graduating from University, she was drawn to a career in the travel industry and has not looked back for the last seven years. Vicky has enjoyed some wonderfully unique experiences including canoeing the Zambezi River, watching lemurs jump between trees in Madagascar, hiking to Annapurna Base Camp in Nepal and travelling on a luxury train through the Stan's. However, after all this adventure, there is nothing she enjoys more than seeking out a paradisiacal remote beach.

Since joining Audley, Vicky has been lucky enough to revisit her favourite beach destination, the Seychelles, as well as the Caribbean. Outside of work she enjoys most things involving fitness, the great outdoors, skiing and music.

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Photos of Vicky

Vicky visiting Bird Island in the Seychelles Vicky visiting Bird Island in the Seychelles
Vicky exploring the Pitons in Saint Lucia Vicky exploring the Pitons in Saint Lucia
Vicky on Cote D'or Beach, Praslin, the Seychelles Vicky on Cote D'or Beach, Praslin, the Seychelles
Vicky meeting the locals in Grenada Vicky meeting the locals in Grenada

Vicky's Most Memorable Experience

One of the most memorable experiences on my visit to the Seychelles was at Bird Island, which is renowned for its nature. I was strolling on the beach when I spotted some commotion and people excitedly gathered at the northern point of the island. They were watching a turtle seek a spot to lay her eggs. I scurried to join them and avidly watched as she dug a hole, laid numerous eggs and covered it back up again so no predators would know it was there. We then helped guide the tired mother on the quickest route back to the ocean. It was like watching a live version of a David Attenborough documentary.

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