Creative | Resilient | Conscientious
Brea is a versatile soul born and raised in Central Florida. Home and abroad, she was introduced to travel at a young age. The beautiful beaches of Florida were the weekend playgrounds of her childhood, while her earliest out-of-state memories are of snorkeling in Jamaica at the age of 10 and sailing on the crystal blue of the Atlantic aboard a Disney Cruise.
Brea received her Bachelor of Science from The University of South Florida in 2015 and began her career in healthcare administration. Shortly after, she moved to Atlanta, Georgia, where she got married, started a family and discovered her passion for event planning and design, and travel. Brea has always been the planner amongst her family and friends, especially when it comes to travel, and so it felt like a natural step to turn her skills into a career. She loves looking for new things to experience in a destination, especially food—one of her top priorities when traveling is finding out where the best local restaurants are.
When Brea is not putting floral arrangements together, she and her husband love visiting different beaches in the Caribbean and trying new foods along the way. She believes that travel truly expands your mindset and improves your mental and physical health. Although new to the safari world, Brea cannot wait to learn more about her African ancestry and submerge herself in its authentic culture. She currently resides in Tennessee where she began her event designing business.
My Favorite Destinations
So far, my favorite place I have visited is Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. The mountains and ocean waters are breathtaking. We went ATVing in the desert by day and took an evening sunset cruise to see the Arch of Cabo San Lucas. I am also a part-time foodie and loved the restaurant scene there. On my husband’s birthday, we went to a fine dining restaurant called Chambao. Aesthetically, it was the nicest restaurant we have ever visited and it had a spectacular dinner show featuring aerial acrobatics, singing and dancing. The food was even better: I can still taste the rustic bread with four compound butters and the fresh watermelon juice margaritas. It was an experience I will never forget.