Travel Advisor Laura Triebe


Specializing In: Africa, Asia, South Pacific, South America, India, New Zealand, Australia, Safaris, Private Jet, Multi-Gen

Laura felt inspired to travel after her first flight at age five. This inspiration continued through high school, leading her afterwards to attend classes in the tourism industry and officially start her travel career in 1986. Today she harnesses that love in guiding clients traveling to her areas of specialty.

In The Spotlight Laura Triebe

  1. What country would you most like to visit?
  2. The Maldives.
  1. Most breathtaking scenery you’ve ever witnessed?
  2. Being on the outdoor patio at Singita Sasakwa Lodge, in Tanzania, and viewing the valley below.

“Africa is my favorite area of the world to sell. I love animals and being on a safari is an experience that resonates with my soul.”


  1. Number one travel tip?
  2. Pack lighter and have laundry done while you're traveling. Be flexible, the schedule doesn't always go as planned, and learn a few words to say in the country you’re visiting. Effort goes a long way!
  1. Favored Andrew Harper Travel hotel property?
  2. Aman in Tokyo, because it’s so peaceful and serene. Also, they have a lovely swimming pool!

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Laura Triebe's Last Trip

Australia

I was fortunate to travel with Swain Destinations to Australia. I spent three nights in Sydney, three nights on Hayman Island and three nights in Melbourne. I was able to see so much of this diverse country and stay in beautiful hotels. I enjoyed many wonderful excursions, such as a cruise in the iconic Sydney Harbour, a city highlights tour of both Sydney and Melbourne and a helicopter ride over the Great Barrier Reef. It was incredible witnessing the glistening water from above. I even relished in a picnic on the spectacular Whitehaven Beach and a behind-the-scenes tour of the famous Sydney Opera House. I highly recommend visiting Australia!

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