Emily hails from leafy north Somerset. Armed with a degree in sociology from Leeds University, she was inspired to take up a career in the travel sector after returning from a six-month trip around southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand, during which she was lucky enough to experience the wonders of Angkor and Hoi An while they were still relative backwaters.
Prior to joining TransIndus, Emily lived and worked in Australia for two-and-a-half years, when she squeezed some memorable travel experiences into her weekends and holidays – notably a wonderful road trip down the west coast from Broome to Perth. When she's not whizzing around the country meeting agents and attending trade shows and events, she enjoys skiing and playing hockey for her local team, Tulse Hill & Dulwich.
Travelling by motorbike through central Vietnam. “Slightly hair raising at times, but a fantastic way to explore some of the less visited parts of this beautiful country.”
Rawla Narlai, Rajasthan. “A former Maharaja’s hunting retreat, this heritage property is the perfect spot to get a taste of rural Rajasthan. Explore Narlai village on foot, take a leopard safari, or simply relax by the pool with the striking backdrop of Elephant Hill.”
Tanjung Puting National Park, Kalimantan (Indonesian Borneo). “My husband and I spent part of our honeymoon in this wonderful park, which can only be accessed by boat. While gliding along the Sekonyer River in a klotok, we sighted proboscis monkeys and orangutans in the trees lining the banks – a fabulous way to experience rainforest wildlife.”