We’re very pleased to welcome Eye See Personalised Tours as the latest sponsor of Think Tasmania. We’re offering this brand new promotional opportunity to suitable candidates on a per-month (and ongoing) basis, so you’ll be hearing more about this particular top-rating local business during the May-June period. And no doubt, long after the sponsorship month has finished too!
Eye See Personalised Tours of Tasmania
We were waiting until Think Tasmania attracted enough visitors before opening the door to sponsorship. And now, with about 40,000 views each month, the time has arrived. Although we’re not JUST a tourism website, we do attract the attention of many readers planning to holiday in Tasmania. And not exclusively interstate and international tourists, but locals as well. It seems obvious then, that we’re well-placed to promote Eye See Personalised Tours.
We first met Judy and her husband Steve while leading a session for Business East in Bellerive: the basics of Facebook pages. Since then, Judy has written a guest article for us: Judy Livingston Shares Her Top Five Tassie Experiences. We’ve also enjoyed our very own version of an Eye See Personalised Tour on a day trip covering Mount Wellington and The D’Entrecasteaux Channel via the Huon Valley.
You’re in Safe Hands: Judy Livingston
So it’s safe to say we’re across the details of the business and we’re very comfortable recommending Judy Livingston to our readers. That’s an extremely important issue to us. You might think we’re mad, but we do turn down requests to advertise some business owners. We’d rather miss out on a “sale” than dupe our readers. Full stop. But we’re not here to ramble on about Think Tasmania. We’re here to talk about Eye See Personalised Tours.
Eye See can boast a range of features. Tourism and environmental accreditation; a comfortable vehicle driven safely and competently; good value and great fun experiences. Judy has a natural affinity with people and ensures the enjoyment of her passengers. Nominated as a finalist in the 2012 Tasmanian Tourism Awards, they’re clearly doing everything right. But if we had to name just one factor as a stand out, it would be the personalised tours aspect.
Attention to Detail: Bookings to Lunch
Right from the booking stage, attention to detail is exemplary. Judy provides first-class communication and flexible options, leading only small groups to ensure she offers the best service possible. She’s happy to guide her guests and help design the perfect holiday or leisure time. And if you could just see the lunch she turns on, you’d understand that the term “personalised tours” is spot on.
Here’s what we had to say about the lunch prepared for us during our own tour…
You might expect a busy tour operator to pull-over at a local cafe or break out some pre-prepared ham and cheese sandwiches and a thermos of tea. But when you travel with Eye See Personalised Tours, you can expect way more elaborate dining than that. As we took a stroll by the river and watched the ducks, Judy went into hyper-drive, unpacking baskets and supplies from the back of her shiny, black mini-van. Before long, she had meat cooked on the barbecue and she presented a whole meal to us at the table… complete with table cloth and an assortment of salads and accompaniments (including wine). And proving she has all bases covered, she even makes the chutney, coconut biscuits and pickled walnuts herself.
On a Mission: Eye See Personalised Tours
What more can we say? Thanks and welcome to Eye See Personalised Tours. Without the support of business owners like Judy, Think Tasmania would be just a dream and nothing more. We’re a bit chuffed that we’re able to introduce our readers to the virtues of our state. We have the freedom to highlight hidden gems and micro businesses, some even located in regional areas! And we’re glad it’s seen to be a worthwhile endeavour.
Making a difference to the fortunes of others is a pretty satisfying way to spend your time. So with that in mind, we’d ask you to support those who support Think Tasmania, so we can continue our mission.
For more information visit the Eye See Personalised Tours website, which suggests a range of things to do, from day trips to overnight holidays. Contact Judy Livingston by email or phone 0409 487 559. You can also follow Eye See Personalised Tours on Facebook.
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