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Sarah-Kay, New Zealand and South Pacific Specialist

Sarah-Kay has always had a passion for travel and a curiosity for far-off lands, so after university she travelled around the world before moving into working life. Her tour took-in Africa, Australia and Asia, with many weird and wonderful experiences along the way. Before joining Audley, she went on to travel through Central America, Canada — and then, in 2002, made her first visit to New Zealand.

Of all the many attractions a particular highlight was throwing snowballs high-up on the Tasman Glacier, having earlier landed on it in a ski-plane. She has since spent more time there, taking in more of the stimulating cities, picturesque landscapes, drinking fine wines, and playing with cheeky dolphins.

Working at Audley as a New Zealand specialist is a perfect fit for Sarah-Kay, as she is able to share that passion for travel with others on a daily basis and paint wonderful pictures of a wonderful land.

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Audley Travel specialist Sarah-Kay

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01993 838 821

Photos of Sarah-Kay

Sarah-Kay near Arthur's Pass in New Zealand Sarah-Kay near Arthur's Pass in New Zealand
Sarah-Kay On the road to Napier in New Zealand Sarah-Kay On the road to Napier in New Zealand
Sarah-Kay with a view of Queentsown and Lake Wakatipu in New Zealand Sarah-Kay with a view of Queentsown and Lake Wakatipu in New Zealand
Sarah-Kay on the viaduct lookout at Arthur's Pass in New Zealand Sarah-Kay on the viaduct lookout at Arthur's Pass in New Zealand

Sarah-Kay's Most Memorable Experience

My most memorable experience on my trip was doing a heli-hike on Franz Josef Glacier. The weather was beautifully clear and after getting kitted up, the helicopter took off and climbed high towards the mountains. Rounding the corner you really start to appreciate the scale; the glacier is just enormous and it takes your breath away. But it really comes together when you touch down and start to walk around, scamper up freshly cut stairs and climb through holes. There were several occasions where we would hear cracking and far away rock and ice would tumble down into the valley. The beautiful ice formations, the stunning mountains and the fantastic guiding made it an awesome day to remember.

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