Always open to an adventure, Margot Black has walked through Japan, zip-lined through a rainforest and hiked to the top of a volcano in Costa Rica, kayaked down the Zambezi river, jet-boated through the Amazon, danced with natives in Fiji, swam with sting rays in the Cayman Islands, climbed the Sydney Harbor bridge, raced sailboats throughout Southern California, and rafted through Patagonia—to name a few. Her favorite adventures involve warm weather, water, and traveling with her family.
According to MostTraveledPeople.com, Margot is currently in the top 4,000 of the world’s most traveled people and is the 123rd most traveled person in California. She looks forward to rising on that list, with a long list of destinations around the world on her “must-see” list. She is intent on raising a bilingual child and thus is eager to travel extensively through South America and Spain and any other place that involves nature, physical activity, and water.
Committed to exploring our glorious planet and spending time outdoors with her family, Margot enjoys inspiring herself and others to unplug from their devices and plug into nature, our planet, and the wonderful people around them. Margot’s bags are always packed, and she knows how to say, “So nice to be here,” in twelve different languages.