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Stacy Luks

Experience 14 Years
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After splitting her time between two separate hemispheres for over thirty-five years, it’s no wonder Stacy found a calling in travel.

A dual US-Australian citizen with an Asia/Pacific-based banking and non-profit background, Stacy shares her multifaceted geographic and cultural awareness as a travel advisor. Driven by curiosity about other cultures, she views the arts – followed closely by food – as central to how a society expresses itself. These perspectives shape her travel planning process. Stacy knows how many sides a country has to it: ancient and contemporary, tangible and intangible, natural and man-made. All of which she helps her clients discover across all seven continents.

Stacy can be found every week volunteering as a guide at the renowned Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection of the University of Virginia. There, she has the privilege of educating visitors on the world’s contemporary art. Unique for a US-based travel advisor, she is well-versed and plugged into Australia’s First Nations’ arts and cultural sector, making her a true expert in travel planning for clients seeking rich, authentic experiences of Indigenous Australia.

What is your most memorable travel experience?

A common thread runs through my most memorable: the delight in watching my child engage freely with people and animals in faraway places and cultures. The highlights range from the Andes to jungles in Malaysia; from the Amazon to Buddhist temples in Vietnam.

Which destinations are you looking forward to visiting and why?

I cannot wait to explore Patagonian and Atacaman, Chile. Namibia also competes for the top of my list for its singular, pristine natural desert environments.

Favorite Travel Tip

Start each morning of a journey fresh with a quick moment to recenter yourself. And always, stay open to the unexpected!


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