Condé Nast Names B&R's Nathan Lane a Top Travel Specialist for Third Straight Year

At B&R we’ve been saying for years that our talented Trip Designers are the very best in the world at what they do.

(But we have to admit: it feels way better to hear someone else say it.)

That’s why we’re honoured to learn that one of our experts, Trip Designer Nathan Lane, has been named a Top Travel Specialist—for the third year in a row—by no less an authority than Condé Nast Traveler magazine.

Nathan Lane

Top Travel Specialist, Vietnam

nate-new-headshot-427A Top Travel Specialist for the third time in a row, B&R’s Nathan Lane, who CN Traveler has recognized for his 14 years of experience creating incredible adventures in Vietnam.

Nathan started guiding with B&R in 2001 and has come a long way since we found him leading tours of the Colosseum in Rome. He quickly made the leap from Italy to Asia, where he has spent the past decade immersing himself in Vietnam and its neighbours in the continent’s Southeast.

His timing couldn’t have been better. Vietnam has changed more rapidly than perhaps any other destination in B&R’s portfolio over the past two decades, and Nathan has kept his finger on the country’s pulse throughout.

“I’m honoured to be named by Condé Nast as one of their trusted specialists, especially for a country as culturally rich and layered as Vietnam. Its popularity is well-documented and its intrigue is overwhelming—no wonder I keep coming back,” he states. “As B&R grows its offering in Asia, I’m happily poised to keep designing new experiences for travellers to take them deeper in region and create unique, lasting travel memories.”

Get to Know Nathan

Check out the video below to learn more about Nathan and see his passion, expertise and sense of humour for yourself.

Contact Nathan

Email Nathan to start planning a Vietnam adventure of your own. (And yes, he knows he shares a name with someone famous—we tease him about it all the time.)

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