Audrey Voth PetkauAudrey Voth Petkau was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba. After some years of study at college and university she married Terry Petkau and together they raised two sons. Audrey’s passion for education motivated her to serve in music and children’s programs and then later in education-related committees within the Manitoba Mennonite Brethren Conference. She has a strong interest in family history and has contributed Voth family artifacts to Mennonite archives in Winnipeg. In 1999 her family moved to Waterloo, Ontario. Since joining TourMagination in 2002, Audrey has provided leadership and coordination for numerous tours each year. She loves to create community on tours and to make new friends around the world. Now as the President of TourMagination, she and her supportive, competent team plan to continue offering unique, excellent quality tours while introducing exciting new travel opportunities.

Highlights of Morocco Tour

Join TourMagination President Audrey Voth Petkau on a special tour to one of her favourite destinations! Morocco is home to spectacular landscapes, a vibrant cultural history, and welcoming people. On this unforgettable tour, you’ll experience firsthand why Morocco is so irresistible.

Black Sea Sights & Turkish Delights

Join Terry and Audrey Petkau, your experienced and delightful hosts, as they step back to the beginning of civilization on this cruise to the six countries bordering the ancient Black Sea; from Istanbul, once known as Constantinople, to the many ancient towns brimming with medieval churches, charming Ottoman villages, and cities that boast diverse European influences. Also, enjoy exclusive local experiences in Istanbul and Odessa arranged by friends of TourMagination. Onboard the cruise ship, relax in luxury accommodation, savour culinary delights, and engage in conversation with like-minded travellers! Windstar cruises operate a small fleet of ships that include beautiful sailing vessels in tropical waters and wonderful all-suite yachts. These vessels hold just under 300 passengers and can visit many unique smaller ports that large mass-market ships can’t access.