CAROLYN KREMER - South Pacific Specialist
705-435-5533 ext 1435 | firstname.lastname@example.org
I have always had a keen interest in Australia and have been an Aussie Specialist since 1999. The next step of course was to make New Zealand a specialty of mine. I have been specializing in this area since 2003, and am a Pure NZ Gold Specialist. More recently I have attained my Specialist status with both Tahiti and Fiji Islands.
There are so many amazing experiences in the South Pacific, and I am thrilled to say I have had many unique opportunities. Among my favourites: hot air ballooning in Cairns, wine tasting in Barossa, viewing the Little Penguins on Philip Island, spotting Koalas on Kangaroo Island, driving along the beautiful sand beach of Fraser Island, viewing a Haka performance in New Zealand and swimming in the beautiful blue waters of Bora Bora.
LISE KNOWLES - Aussie & Kiwi Specialist
613-288-1399 EXT. 3205 | email@example.com
Whether you are interested in popular tourist attractions or off-the-beaten-track sites, Lise’s in-depth knowledge of Australia stems from having lived there for many years; it’s even resulted in her being recognized on popular website Australia.com as an premier travel specialist for the region. Lise personally visit every year to check out new destinations and new products. This allows her to make a lot of specialized recommendations so we can craft an itinerary that includes places and activities that are truly suited to your taste, budget and interests.
DOUG LENTZ - Aussie & Kiwi Specialist
613-288-1399 EXT. 3204 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Doug Lentz has been arranging travel to the South Pacific since 1986. For 22 years of that time he worked in various capacities for World Expeditions, the parent company of Australia Walking Holidays, Tasmanian Expeditions, and Adventure South (New Zealand). Doug's strengths are in arranging custom itineraries, adventure travel, complex flight itineraries and contract airfares. He also holds certifications as a travel planner through Tourism Australia, Tourism New Zealand, Tourism Fiji, and the Hawaii visitors and convention bureau.