top of page

Sarah Bello | Tribù Travel Designer

As an early teen Sarah developed a true love for travel while being an exchange student in London. Having grown up in a beautiful but remote part of the country, spending a significant time abroad was thrilling and life changing for her. In college she lived and studied in France, and then traveling throughout Europe, the Caribbean and Mexico with her friends and family has solidified Sarah's passion for culture, food and wine. As a mother of two, now seeing the world through the eyes of her children and being able to book travel for other families while helping to create their memories is what has driven her excitement for luxury travel designing.

About Sarah Bello: Sarah is originally from Saratoga Springs, NY. She now lives in the suburbs of Chicago, IL with her husband Coleman Bello and their two sons, Harrison and Calvin.

Sarah’s Bucket List:

  • Tokyo & Kyoto- Travel during the Cherry Blossom season in April to see Tokyo. Eating at one of the cities many three Michelin star restaurants and and visiting the Geishas for a tea ceremony in Kyoto.

  • San Miguel DeAllende- visiting during Dia De Los Muertos, experiencing the festivals. Having a tequila tasting at the original stables of Casa Dragones. Seeing Mojigangas workshop and learning about the history of the giant "puppets," and leaving time for relaxing at the local Mayan Baths.

  • Azores- Stay on the geothermal island of Sao Miguel where chefs use the volcanic heat to cook their food. Spending time hiking and photographing the islands many crater lakes and natural hot springs.

  • Mallorca- Indulging in a day with the ancient tradition of the hammam, spending a day on a boat stopping to eat and swim at the islands of Maltreats, Cala Fornells, Portals Vells and Cala Bendinat.

Sarah’s Top Recommended Must Do Experiences:

Chartering a boat in Capri. Stopping in the beautiful grottos and dining at the islands beautiful seaside restaurants.

Stay in a secluded lagoon front villa in Oracabessa Jamaica. Spending your days snorkeling, paddle boarding, hiking to local swimming holes and visiting blue mountain coffee farms.

Visiting the many historic wine producers in Brunello di Montalcino during harvest and explore the art of wine making from grape to barrel.

Visit the champagne houses in Reims, dine at the Michelin star restaurant at Domaine Les Crayeres and visit their beautiful gardens.

See the ruins and ancestral city of Coba swim in the crystal waters of the sacred Cenote.


Contact Sarah to start planning your next travel adventure at



bottom of page