Please select your location:

Carly, Latin America Specialist

Carly grew up knowing she wanted to explore more of the world then her small hometown just south of Boston.  Spending her younger years traveling with her family to the Caribbean, Mexico and Central America, she knew this was not the last time she would be visiting these amazing countries. 

Before landing her first job in Travel two years ago, Carly worked in the service industry.  The fast pace and the interaction with all different types of people was an ideal fit for her. When the opportunity arose at Audley to combine her passion for travel and her customer service skills, Carly jumped at the chance! Every day, Carly has the pleasure of sharing her knowledge and love of adventure that she has experienced time and time again in Costa Rica, Guatemala and Belize. 

Speak to Carly


Start planning your trip to Central America, Mexico & Cuba with Carly by calling

Image of Carly

Recommend Carly to someone you know

If someone you know is planning a trip and would benefit from speaking to a specialist, recommend Carly for expert advice about their travel ideas.

Photos of Carly

Arenal Volcano, Costa Rica Arenal Volcano, Costa Rica
On a textiles tour in Guatemala On a textiles tour in Guatemala
Tikal, Guatemala Tikal, Guatemala
Guatemala Guatemala
Hanging bridges, Monteverde Costa Rica Hanging bridges, Monteverde Costa Rica
Sunset in Monteverde, Costa Rica Sunset in Monteverde, Costa Rica
Placencia Beach, Belize Placencia Beach, Belize
Tikal National Park, Guatemala Tikal National Park, Guatemala
Ziplining at Lake Arenal, Costa Rica Ziplining at Lake Arenal, Costa Rica
Lake Atitlan, Guatemala Lake Atitlan, Guatemala
Making yarn to weave at Lake Atitlan, Guatemala Making yarn to weave at Lake Atitlan, Guatemala

Carly's Most Memorable Experience

With Belize having such a vast majority of caves to explore, one of the most stand out for me was Actun Tunicil Muknal, more commonly known as “ATM.”  Knowing only twenty five people are allowed to guide this excursion in the whole country gives it an extra special feel. Right from the beginning the experience is amazing, with never a dull moment. Once you arrive, you immediately test your limits as you start off your morning with a forty five minute walk just to reach the entrance of the cave, crossing three rivers on the way. Definitely an excursion for the more adventurous, you approach the pitch black cave with your head lamps and jump right in, swimming your way in.  After swimming and climbing your way through the cave, you reach the area where the Mayans used for offerings to the Gods, and learn all about this fascinating time. For me this was the icing on the cake to all the ruins sites.