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Travel Advisor | Independent Contractor
Location: World Travel, Santa Ana
Phone: 909-598-6868 (home) or 714-835-8111 (Santa Ana Office)
Joy Feulner creates educational and memorable group vacations ranging from 6 to 150. Joy and her husband Terry have travelled to over 101 countries around the world and have escorted groups on most of those trips.
Joy Feulner is known for keeping her groups friendly, busy and excited each day. She matches clients travel desires with their budgets and finds roommates for singles.
Outside of travelling, Joy Feulner enjoys singing, cooking the new foods she’s experienced on the trips and having friends over to enjoy the food with her. Joy and her husband spend their summers on the Delaware Bay while still putting groups together
I love the people in the world and I want to meet them all! Seeing new things is just a bonus.
Recent Travels of Joy Feulner
Trip Name: Peru and Galapagos
Destinations: Lima, Paracas, Nazca, Amazon, Arequipa, Puno, Lake Titicaca, Cuzco, Machu Pichu
Transportation: Plane, Coach, Train, Ship
Accommodations: Miscellaneous 4 star
Length: 21 days
Trip Highlights: Visiting the jungle to see the giant macaws, seeing the condors flying at sunrise, hiking to the top of Machu Picchu and walking with the giant tortoises of the Galapagos.
Trip Name: Balkans and Adriatic
Destinations: Croatia, Bosnia and Montenegro
Transportation: Coach and Yacht
Accommodations: 4 star
Length: 18 days
Trip Highlights: Visiting the walled city of Dubrovnik, hiking in Plitvice Lakes National Park, cruising the Adriatic Sea and being guided thru four Unesco World Heritage sites.
Trip Name: Golden Myanmar
Transportation: Plane, Coach and Riverboat
Accommodations: 5 star
Length: 21 days
Trip Highlights: Visiting the Golden Pagoda in Yangon (Rangoon) at sunset and taking a balloon ride over the temples of Bagan at sunrise. The 14 day cruise on the Irrawaddy River allowed us to see untouched Burma.