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Rebecca, Central America Specialist

Rebecca's passion for travelling stemmed from her love of languages, graduating with a first class honours in Business Management and Spanish from Nottingham University. She put her Spanish to great use on her year abroad, where she spent six months working in Madrid, as well as six months studying in Chile, travelling around South America during her time off.

After creating the best memories of her life and majoring in tourism in her final year of university, she decided she wanted to create memories for other people and that the travel industry was for her.

Since arriving at Audley, Rebecca has joined the Central America team and has added Cuba and Costa Rica to her map. Personal highlights include watching the giant green turtles lay their eggs on the beaches of Tortuguero in Costa Rica, as well as cruising down Havana's highways in a vintage Chevrolet.

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Audley Travel specialist Rebecca

Start planning your trip to Central America, Mexico & Cuba with Rebecca by calling
01993 838 646

Photos of Rebecca

Rebecca exploring the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica Rebecca exploring the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica
Rebecca making chocolate in Sarapiqui, Costa Rica Rebecca making chocolate in Sarapiqui, Costa Rica
Rebecca on Lookout Point, Monteverde Cloudforest, Costa Rica Rebecca on Lookout Point, Monteverde Cloudforest, Costa Rica
Rebecca in Havana, Cuba Rebecca in Havana, Cuba

Photos taken by Rebecca

Cayo Levisa beach Cayo Levisa beach

Rebecca's Most Memorable Experience

It's been my childhood dream ever since I can remember to gallop across a deserted beach. Maybe I have grown up watching too many romantic films, but in the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica, I finally had my Hollywood moment. We decided to book the horse riding tour through El Remanso Lodge, and our guide, Miguel, was a fascinating local man who never wore shoes.

We rode the horses through a winding trail deep in the forest and through rivers, learning all about the flora and fauna as we passed. I will never forget the moment when we reached the passageway opening up to the wild Pacific Ocean. We were the only people for miles around as our horses raced along the white sandy beaches, with scarlet macaws flying above and the waves crashing at our feet. Miguel then climbed up the trees (barefoot of course) to fetch us fresh coconut water. Childhood dream, fulfilled.

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