“99.9% of travellers on my groups are so happy to have me as a female leader,” she says. “Some are shocked but then they see me working and they are happy.”
What’s your ticket for finding the tastiest meals in Japan? Travelling with a local leader, who loves food as much as you do.
Daniel Ramos, one of Intrepid’s longest working guides (15 years to be exact), can tell you pretty much everything you’d want to know about Peru.
“I told my husband that the world is changing,” Naa explains over Skype. “In the past, women were behind men. But I said to him ‘we can step together’”.
We are delighted to announce that once again an Intrepid leader has been shortlisted in the prestigious Wanderlust World Guide Awards.
Have a chat with Intrepid leader Nadia Badiee and you’ll likely realise how little you know about Iran. And, for that matter, the Iranian people.
“The previous generations were scared all the time. But my generation aren’t scared.”
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“The best thing is,” she says, “I think we’re making a difference. As a company. For Cuba.”
Actually Mummy blogger, Helen Wills, shares her best advice for travelling with Type I diabetes, a condition her 13-year old daughter has.