Hannah's passion for travelling began in 2005 when she inter-railed around Europe. After completing her degree, Hannah spent four months teaching English to children in Kerala, during which she travelled south India extensively and fell in love with the country. After the internship, she spent time exploring north India.
On returning to England, Hannah embarked on a career in wine, learning about the world's wine regions. After two years her travel bug was emerging again, so she combined her wine knowledge with her passion for travel and spent two months exploring America and Canada, including Napa Valley, a Californian wine region.
Hannah knew on returning to England she had to follow her passion, and began working with Audley. They sent her back to India for another month, where she explored Tamil Nadu, Kerala and the Golden Triangle.
Outside work, Hannah loves food and wine matching, walking, badminton, music and shopping.
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I'll never forget when…
I think it's got to be seeing a tiger in Ranthambhore National Park. After an unsuccessful safari on day one, I decided to take my chances and get up at the crack of dawn to try again. After about an hour of peacocks, samba deer, monkeys, birds and even a crocodile, the jeep driver had a phone call that a tiger had been spotted. We all held onto our hats as the driver sped through the National Park, covering us with dust from head to toe. Once we'd arrived and saw this amazing animal asleep from a distance in a secluded spot, I knew my early start had been worth it.