Pleased to meet you, we’re the Snaptrip blog team.
We hope you enjoy reading our posts as much as we love researching and writing them. Being human we occasionally make mistakes, let us know if you notice anything that needs correcting and we’ll get straight on the case. All recommendations of places to visit represent our opinions rather than official endorsements or partnerships. We recommend you double check factual information like opening times, access and pricing before your trip.
Hi, I’m Harriet. My job is to scout out all the best places to go; and then share those secrets with you so you can have the perfect, fun-filled UK break. When I’m not crafting content you’ll find me escaping the city to go running in the countryside or wild swimming in the UK’s lovely rivers and lakes.
Once a Snaptripper, always a Snaptripper! These team members may have moved on to pastures new but you’ll still find lots of their wonderful work on the blog.
Alex was Head of Content here at Snaptrip. He lives in Sussex with his wife and two daughters. They enjoy getting out and about in the South Downs National Park and heading down to the beach in Hove when it’s a sunny day. He also blogs at ‘Adventures with the girls‘.
Hannah was one of our content writers and social media gurus here at Snaptrip. From her childhood summers spent in the Lake District to her old-lady love of quaint English tearooms, she’s a sucker for everything countryside-chic.
Growing up in the wilds of the Highlands meant that for most of my childhood adventure was never too far away. I have a passion for all things ‘outdoorsy ‘and I still spend many of my holidays close to home, indulging in my passions of wild swimming and hiking. I have travelled extensively throughout Scotland and hope I can offer some insider knowledge that will inspire others to visit.
Elizabeth Allcock is not only a passionate Travel Blogger but she works full time as a digital content editor in beautiful Warwickshire. When she’s not writing about her other love: fashion on her blog Call Me Liz she loves talking about places she’s travelled to and her hometown of Stratford Upon Avon. She’s eager to see the world one place at a time…
Caitlin McAllister is a freelance writer, a serial traveller, and author of world travel blog The Destination. Born and raised in Scotland, she has spent the last six years living in and around London, and has big dreams to grab her backpack, book a one way flight and live the location independent lifestyle. One day…
A dream chaser in pursuit of my own ways, a fuller life and opportunities to explore. Sea addict that’s scared of water but conquering it for the reason of becoming a mermaid. You can see me hanging at kitesurfing spots, learning to duck under the waves or doing yoga flows on sand dunes. For more, visit Magdalena’s website.
Karen Gee is a mum of two boys and enjoys nothing more than exploring new destinations by bike during her family holidays. She runs the website Cycle Sprog, which is full of ideas for family friendly cycle routes plus news and advice on kids’ bikes, family cycling kit and clothing.
Leah Martin originally comes from Chelmsford, Essex, and is now studying German and History at the University of Leeds. In her free time, Leah enjoys cooking, baking, reading and, of course, writing about a range of topics, including her year abroad in Munich. You can read more by Leah here.
Dhanum Nursigadoo is a passionate traveller who’s been lucky enough to visit countries across the world and travel around the UK for years. Since leaving University Dhanum has written on many topics, including finance, travel, games, and student life. You can find more of Dhanum’s writing here.
William lives just outside Glasgow and loves family beach holidays in Scotland. He also enjoys visiting Cumbria and Lancashire as well as day trips to Ayrshire. William is a freelance copywriter. For more details, visit www.wthcopywriting.com
Heidi Cartwright is a freelance blog writer and Entrepreneurship student at UWE Bristol. She also works part-time as a Digital Marketing Assistant for start-up marketing agency Winbox Ltd. Take a look at her blog portfolio here.
Loch Lomond & the Trossachs
The Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park was established by the Scottish Government in 2002. The Park covers 720 square miles of beautiful scenery, wonderful local communities, and enchanting wildlife. The National Park exists to conserve the natural and cultural heritage of this special part of Scotland, and promote sustainable practices and development in the area, as well as spread wider understanding and enjoyment of the National Park’s qualities.
Dr Louise Styles PhD
Louise is currently affiliated with the University of Exeter and is researching a cognitive enrichment device for dogs soon to be released. The 37 year old lives with her husband and 1 year old Border Terrier Otto. She took time out of her research to explain exactly why our furry friends love a day out at the beach.
Campaign for National Parks
Campaign for National Parks is the only national charity dedicated to protecting, improving and promoting all of the National Parks of England and Wales. We were involved in the creation of the Parks back in the 1940s and 50s and today they remain essential to the nation’s health and well-being.