B&R EXPERT

Dane Tredway

Multi-Talented Globetrotter

Dane's worn many hats at B&R over the years. As a Trip Designer, guide, researcher and photographer, he's made a career out of making magic happen and bringing his (abundant!) creativity to all corners of the globe, from Chile and Ireland to Myanmar, Newfoundland and more.

Regions of Expertise

  • IRELAND
  • NEWFOUNDLAND
  • QUEBEC
  • SCOTLAND

NEED TO KNOW

  • Won B&R's coveted "Best Dance Moves" award after a heated dance-off.
  • Frequently chases after a rambunctious puppy named Eli.
  • Was an extra in a Bollywood movie with a future Miss Universe.
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I had my bus fare paid to Bangkok when all my cards were blocked and I was stranded in Southern Thailand. I was invited to join family meals on overnight trains in India, and received offers to stay in local homes while trekking the Atlas Mountains of Morocco...

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Accolades

We were so blown away by Dane's professionalism, creativity and optimism. He was like a consummate host, an ingenious planner and regional expert all rolled into one. Thank you for an amazing trip!

— Charlene Reynolds

We couldn't have asked for a better experience. I had been to Ireland twice before going with B&R, but the trip Dane planned for my wife and I revealed things about the country I had never even heard of. Truly an immersive and unforgettable journey in a special place.

— Dennis MacArthur

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