Vills Specialist Support

Emily Waters

Having recently begun my journey at CV Villas following the completion of a Batchelor Honours in Tourism Management at Bournemouth University. I have always had a passion for travel and the desire to work within the industry. In 2019 I completed a year placement at a travel trade and PR company, during this time I worked with a number of tourist boards this included organising roadshows around the UK for the Philippines tourism bureau, I also worked closely with our client PATA by assisting the organisation of the events for the UK and Ireland chapter.

Vills Specialist Support

Emily Waters

Having recently begun my journey at CV Villas following the completion of a Batchelor Honours in Tourism Management at Bournemouth University. I have always had a passion for travel and the desire to work within the industry. In 2019 I completed a year placement at a travel trade and PR company, during this time I worked with a number of tourist boards this included organising roadshows around the UK for the Philippines tourism bureau, I also worked closely with our client PATA by assisting the organisation of the events for the UK and Ireland chapter.

What is your favourite destination? 

My favourite destination is Australia. I was lucky enough to travel the East coast of Australia a few years ago. Australia stands out as my favourite destination because of the variety it offers, getting to explore the high-rise cities cities whilst still being a short walk from a beautiful beach and just a swift drive to an amazing waterfall.

Which destination is top of your bucket list and why?

Sri Lanka is currently top of my bucket list. When visiting a new destination, I enjoy learning about difference culture. I am yet to have the opportunity to visit this part of the world but hope to soon.

How do you spend your time whilst on holiday?

For me there are two types of trips that I enjoy. The first is shorter city breaks, exploring and  experiencing the difference in culture; through local delicacies and historical landmarks. The second would taking a break from busy life to relax in a warmer climate and get the chance to switch off.

What's your top travel tip?

My top travel tip is to always be adventurous with food when visiting a new destination. When ordering ask the waiter/waitress for a recommendation or local dish/delicacy. My past experience with this has led me to be more adventurous and discover some delicious new dishes.