Sue Pye

Senior Travel Advisor

About Me

Straight from school, obviously at an incredibly young age(!) I am now in my 36th year of working in the travel industry. I’m still incredibly passionate and inspired by what the job entails. With a variety of roles through my career, including organising business trips, sports & group travel, I always seem to gravitate back the intriguing world of leisure travel.

I enjoy the challenges it brings, along with the diversity – from a simple city break to a highly complex multi-centre itinerary, the options are endless. You get to build great relationships, spending quality time with clients over many years.

For me, providing the best possible service from start to finish and knowing my clients have had the ultimate holiday experience, creating memories they’ll treasure forever are the most rewarding aspects of the job.

Some of my favourite destinations

USA, Caribbean , South Africa , Brazil , Peru, Maldives , Sri Lanka, Singapore , Bangkok,  Italy, Greece , Turkey, Spain, Cyprus, Luxembourg,  Madeira

Top Experiences

Enjoyed an exhilarating Helicopter ride over the Amazon Jungle and the realisation of its vastness was simply mind blowing.

Belmond luxury train journey through the spectacular Peruvian Andes, 10 hours of travelling through some of the most amazing scenery I have ever seen, from vast plains to magnificent mountain peaks, along with chaotic and colourful towns, passing within inches of market stalls as the train entwined its way from Puno on Lake Titicaca to the enchanting Inca town of Cusco.

Visiting the awesome sight of Machu Picchu was definitely a highlight for me with so much admiration for the Inca’s and their momentous feat in actually getting the materials to build this hidden city on top of a mountain.

Travelling on the Glacier & Bernina Express through the stunning Swiss mountains. With the most picturesque of scenes around every corner, you literally don’t want to blink.

Cruising through the charming medieval chocolate box towns of Bavaria, along the Danube River, visiting the prettiest of medieval towns, such as the child catcher setting for Chitty Chitty Bang Bang in Rothenburg and the 2nd World War sights of Nuremberg.

Meeting the colourful Uros people on the floating reed islands of the highest lake in the world – Lake Titicaca.


I once performed on stage with the signer Yungblud when he was a teenager (and before he found global fame) in the musical “Our House” as part of our local theatre company!