More About Valerie Ambrose¬†
For over twenty years, Valerie Ambrose has worked as a travel advisor¬†and has personally traveled to the far corners of the earth by land and sea. Her passion has always been to see the many wonders of the world as well as the people that make it interesting.
¬†‚ÄúAs a travel advisor, my ultimate goal is to create a WOW experience and lasting memories for my clients. It is my pleasure to assist in getting you there and back!‚ÄĚ
Valerie‚Äôs destination favorites are diverse and range from Greece, Italy and Egypt to Chile, South Africa, Thailand, Hawaii and the Caribbean.
Highlights of Valerie‚Äôs many adventures include: hiking Machu Picchu, elephant trekking in Thailand, walking the Great Wall of China, swimming with sharks in the Tahitian Islands, an African safari with a hot air balloon ride over the Serengeti, exploring the great pyramids of Egypt by camel and horseback riding at Matetic Vineyard near Santiago!
Whether you‚Äôre planning a honeymoon to Greece, an exotic vacation to South Africa or a¬†multi-generational family trip to Italy, Valerie will be more than delighted to work with you.
Her forte includes family vacations, honeymoons, tours and cruises and creating customized trips that match your ideas and interests.
Azamara Club Cruise: Best of Holy Lands Voyage
During a recent vacation, Valerie recently sailed on Azamara Club Cruise on the Best of the Holy Lands Voyage with stops to Greece, Israel and Turkey with overnight stays in Jerusalem and Istanbul.
According to Valerie, “I consider Azamara a solid First-Class-Plus cruise. The atmosphere is casual yet elegant, thus the ‚ÄúClub‚ÄĚ part of the line‚Äôs name. With a 2-to-1 staff-to-guest ratio, the crew is very passenger friendly. I sailed on the Azamara Journey and felt that it is the perfect size with less than 700 passengers. On our cruise, most of the passengers were retired American or British, seasoned travelers.”
“I loved having the longer stays in ports and overnights to really immerse in the destinations. There might be three or four other cruise ships in port, but by 5 p.m. Azamara was the only ship left. We would dine with the locals, shop without crowds or just sit out on our balcony to take in the sights and sounds with a completely different¬† atmosphere in the evening!”¬† For more details, please read How Your Azamara Club Cruise will be AzAmazing on Covington’s travel blog.