Travel Expert Caitlin Overend
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Caitlin’s passion for travel started with her very first whirlwind of a road trip across Iceland and has flourished into a love to last the ages.
Introducing Caitlin Overend
Whether she’s camping in the jungles of Costa Rica, snorkelling past wild dolphins in the Azores, or people watching from a corner cafe in Paris, Caitlin’s love for travel knows no bounds.
You can almost always find her with a camera in hand – her preferred way of sharing the essence of a new destination is through photos and videos.
Read more about Caitlin’s travels below.
There’s something about an intimate cruise ship that conjures up images of the world’s very first explorers. From the never-ending colonies of penguins in Antarctica to the picture-perfect turquoise waters of Central America, take to the seas to reach the far-off destinations you’ve always dreamed of that can only be reached by boat. Luxury expedition...Read More
A living time capsule where old meets new. If you look in one direction, the pyramids gaze back at you but turn around and you’ll see the bustling modern city of Cairo on the other side. Welcome to Egypt. Though tourism is starting to bounce back after almost a decade of being out of the spotlight, things...Read More
Trying to find food in your home country that meets your dietary restrictions can be difficult enough. Add in a totally different culture, new language, and different cuisine and it can be enough to make anyone want to stay home. As dietary restrictions increase, limited culinary options while travelling around the globe are decreasing. Those...Read More
You beat the crowds and saw the Northern Lights in Iceland before it was cool. You’ve already walked the historic Camino de Santiago in Spain. Costa Rica’s rainforests? Been there, done that. While others are just beginning to explore the world’s hottest destinations, you’ve already hit all of the most popular bucket list spots. So,...Read More
Read time – 3 minutes Puffins and hot springs and sun, oh my! There’s no wrong time to visit Iceland, but there’s just something magical about being able to watch the sunset at 12 am and then rise just 3 hours later. And with the warm weather comes infinite opportunities for hiking, swimming, and practising...Read More
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