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Paige Tully

LocationAtlanta
Experience24 Years

Her philosophy on travel is much the same as Mark Twain who said it best, “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.”

Paige started in the travel industry in 1996 as an event planner for Fortune 500 companies. For the next few years, she embraced the opportunity to plan and execute group travel for up to 2000 people throughout destinations such as Puerto Rico, Scandinavia and England. After a few years, she transitioned into the hotel world working “the other side of the desk.” She loved gaining a better understanding of selling lodging and event space to the corporate client, as well as professional athletic teams.

Once Paige and her husband started a family, she switched gears, focusing on their girls while simultaneously heading up a small gardening business over the course of a seven year period. This time allowed the family to focus on their collective passion for travelling, fully believing that the best gift you can give your children is the gift of travel! With trips covering North America, the Caribbean, Central America, Europe, not to mention 17 unforgettable days in Africa, they are just getting started, further fueling Paige’s desire to help her clients plan their own adventures.

What are your most memorable travel experiences?

Buzzing the air strips in Africa to scare off wart hog or zebra, walking through fields of shoulder height sunflowers in Tuscany, seeing the Blue footed Boobies do their mating dance in the Galapagos, swimming with the rays in Belize, skiing the peaks of Whistler in British Columbia, riding horses to a Condor rehabilitation facility in the Andes.

What does your perfect vacation day look like?

An adventure with local immersion, finished by a fabulous dinner featuring the local food and wine.

Favorite Travel Tip

Have a bunch of $2 dollar bills on you for tipping, and expect something to not go as planned (which usually is a gift!). Remember you are on an adventure!