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Customer Reviews

Average Rating: Red-stars

Total number of reviews: 1,843

Sarah Zealley

Sarah-ZealleyCustomer Relations Executive

Studying Travel & Tourism at Bournemouth University made me realise just how much I love the subject and wanted a job in the travel industry. As soon as I finished Uni, I was lucky to get a job straight away at Explore. Working in Customer Relations allows me to be able to read about the many memorable experiences our customers have come home with.

My most memorable holiday experience has to be visiting Cuba. Travelling through small villages filled with families, smiling and waving to us as we drove past. They were so excited to see us and it was a lovely welcome into their beautiful country. The beaches are gorgeous, the people are friendly, and I came away with a nice tan! The one thing I won’t forget is the huge amount of crabs that can be found on the island!

I would love to visit Iceland next, not just to experience the spectacular Northern Lights, but to also see the crystal lakes, jagged seaside cliffs, black sand beaches, multi-colored mountains, active volcanoes and the many waterfalls the country has to offer.

I would always advise customers to not take valuable possessions with them on holiday. Working in Customer Relations, I have become the lost property guru. Unfortunately, sometimes I have to inform customers that their ipod, designer sunglasses, or their favorite pair of shorts they left behind on holiday can’t be found.