After various jobs working and travelling around the world Sue started her travel career with 6 years at Trailfinders before joining Last Frontiers in 2001. Highlights of her numerous recce trips since then have included riding in Chile, Uruguay, Ecuador and Argentina. As a wildlife enthusiast an amazing 'Classic Antarctica' cruise was hard to beat and two further cruises around the Galapagos have not been too arduous! Brazil's Pantanal, Guyana and hiking in Peru have also been top trips.
More recent travels have taken her back to Chile (both the Atacama Desert and Patagonia) to the colonial heartlands and Yucatán peninsula of Mexico, Costa Rica and Panama, Guatemala and Honduras, the colonial towns in Minas Gerais and the state of Santa Catarina in Brazil, Nicaragua and El Salvador, North-west Argentina and Colombia.
Most memorable moment
A very difficult question! Riding through the Puelo Valley from Chile to Argentina, swimming our horses across rivers, riding over high passes and staying with wonderful local families whose hospitality was unforgettable.
Travel with a sense of adventure, have fun and enjoy the special moments with your own eyes, not always through a camera lense.
Next 'must see'
My list is never ending - so many places to see but Bolivia is very high on my list with its diverse scenery, from the high Andes to the Amazon basin, culture and history.
"Overlooking Machu Picchu accompanied by a couple of llamas as the sun went down was a very special moment, particularly having hiked from KM104 and arriving through the Sun Gate."
"My trip to the pristine Antarctic Peninsula was a dream come true. If you enjoy abundant wildlife, outstanding scenery and have a sense of adventure you will not be disappointed."
"I was blown away by the dramatic scenery and sheer remoteness of North-west Argentina - a complete contrast to anywhere else in the country and very much off the tourist trail."
"The Galapagos more than lived up to my expectations - the wildlife really is as tame as you hear and I loved swimming with sea lions and turtles and learning about the nature of the volcanic islands."