For the last twenty-six years I have worked with the Australian-based adventure travel company World Expeditions to design and lead small groups to fascinating places.
Some of my trips have a botanical focus; some involve daily yoga and some are themed around the food and wine of the regions where we travel. All the trips include some walking as I believe this is the best way to truly experience a place and engage with the people. My aim is always to create a sense of ‘shared adventure’ and to enrich each tour with as many personal interactions with the local communities as possible.
Check out my interview in the Traveller
An interview from last weekend’s Traveller Magazine. I hope Peter Dutton takes me up on my offer..
Mary has been leading this tour for seven years and it’s always popular and lots of fun. A great mix of historical sightseeing, walking in the High Atlas Mountains and enjoying the brilliant local cuisine and wines.
Bookings & further information for this trip can made via the World Expeditions website.
The Food Lover’s Guide to the Camino
The oldest of the pilgrimage routes through France – The Way of St James – from Le-Puy-en-Velay to St Jean Pied du Port. Daily walking with a focus on the regional cuisine and wines of each region.
Bookings & further information for this trip can made via the Utracks expeditions website.