Pointed white peaks rising from the desert are all that give away Longitude 131°’s tented camp location. In the vast desert of Uluru Kata Tjuta, a World Heritage listed landscape in the Northern Territory’s Red Centre, Longitude 131°’s remote setting is one of its most luxurious assets. This region of the Australian outback is known for its Aboriginal culture and, above all, beautiful, wild scenery.Read more
Arkaba, a 60,000-acre privately-owned wildlife conservancy, lies within the remote Flinders Ranges in South Australia, a vast region of bush, sandstone bluffs, salt lakes and lines of River Red Gum Eucalyptus trees, their limbs spreading swirling patterns of shade across ancient creeks.Read more
Historic 1920’s homestead, Stanraer, is a 1290-hectare working farm run by Lyn and Graham Wheaton, with a central location on Kangaroo Island, Australia.Read more
Every time I explore a new destination, whether it’s on an adventure holiday in Peru or a luxury beach escape in the Indian Ocean, I return home full of excitement to share the amazing sights I have seen. Through my own experiences I have developed a love of helping others experience the great wonders of the world; truly getting under the skin of the extraordinary destinations that are at your fingertips. Getting the details right, from which hotel is perfectly located for exploring away from the crowds, to which local guide is most knowledgeable on history or culture or art, is of paramount importance to me. I am constantly seeking out new and exciting experiences and exploring off the beaten track to ensure my clients are receiving the best and most honest first-hand advice.
Take a look at my travel diaries for food for thought on your next trip...