We have built a business we love in the place that we love. We followed our hearts and let our place be the anchor for our work and family life. We have never looked back. We believe wholeheartedly in the power of place, of connection, belonging and legacy. We owe a lot to our own place.
We discovered tourism once we moved. Or maybe it discovered us. Tourism has opened up fulfilling careers and allowed us to get to know the most creative people and inspiring places. We owe a lot to tourism.
We believe in the power of tourism to transform lives and livelihoods. We believe in the power of tourism to build pride and community spirit, to create conditions for nature and places to thrive.
In an increasingly technology-driven world, we think tourism is important. We love working in a space that will always be about real people in real places doing real things in real time.
Facilitate collective effort for greater good
Take time to reflect, consolidate and share
Be brave, spirited and ambitious for ‘better’
Believe deeply in ourselves and in others
Be better and do better
The Celtic Tree of Life represents a balance of harmony within nature. While the branches reach for the sky, the roots permeate the earth. It clearly shows the link between every root below the ground and every branch above
For the Celts, the tree symbolized the web of life. It represented rebirth. It also stood for inner strength, wisdom and knowing.
Oak trees grow tall and mighty. Eventually, they stop growing upwards but keep growing wider, richer and deeper. They become an ecosystem of their own, in which other living things can flourish. Interestingly, some oak trees have even been shown to become smaller for the good of the overall ecosystem!