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Stacey Cabey

Stacey Cabey

Travel Consultant
Travel Vogue Ltd

Call: 01474 814411
Email: [email protected]


I was immediately hooked on travel at the age of seven when my parents surprised me and my sister with our first holiday abroad to Paleokastritsa in Corfu. From the moment I swam in the crystal clear Ionian Sea and played on the white sand beach I knew travel was what I wanted to be involved in when I grew up. My career in the Travel industry began after leaving schoolat a luxury Tour Operator specialising in tours and tailor made travel to exotic destinations. I have since worked at other major travel companies where I have been able to gain first-hand experience of the cruising market and other areas. In March 2014 I joined the Travel Vogue team bringing my industry experiences to our valued customers. Working within the industry has allowed me to visit many places and encounter many different cultures. One of the highlights was trekking through the Andes along the Trail of the Incas and finally arriving at Macchu Picchu. The sights of the Andes Mountains and the flowing rivers are something that I will never forget. I also love our regular family trips to Antigua and Montserrat and will never tire of lying on any of Antigua’s beautiful sandy beaches or trekking through the lush Antiguan rainforests or of watching the smouldering volcano at Souffriere Hills in Montserrat. I have visited many countries and have experienced so many sights and sounds from around the world that have given me the knowledge, skills and understanding to help customers with their holiday plans.

Destination Expertise

Lake Garda

Lose yourself in the myriad of Sirmione’s cobbled streets before relaxing at a lakeside cafe.

Lake Como

Dine in Como besides the beautiful Duomo Santa Maria Maggiore.


You must do the Sydney Harbour Bridge climb and for luck don’t forget to kiss at the top


A great way to see the city is on walking tour... lots to choose from food, bridges, monuments, murals or just plain history


Stimulate your cultural senses with a stroll along the North Terrace Precinct...Parliament House, The South Australian Art Gallery and Museum, the Botanic Gardens and finally the National Wine Centre


An evening walk along the promenade may take awhile...It’s five miles long


The UNESCO World Heritage site the Tomb of the Kings should be at the very top of your ‘To-do’ list


A diver’s paradise, as one of the top ten dives of the world, the wreck of the car ferry MS Zenobia, lies just off Larnaca harbour


Raffles Hotel, the Long Bar and a Singapore Sling

Phnom Penh

Although a must, it’s not just the Killing Fields and the torture prison of Tuol Sleng

Siem Reap

It’s all about Angkor Wat. How long though? The longer the better. It is vast and simply indescribable