Raised in France in the midst of Loiret, Vendée and Paris, i quickly felt in love with adventurous travels and expeditions by experimenting it on my own. It is after a 4 years turn around the world without plane that i met the Altaï Group for which i worked globally then settled for a couple of years in the heart of Lapland, Finland. Altaï is the perfect company for the hiker that i am, keen on discoveries and outdoor activites in winter as well as in summer. And this is why i am here with you to share this experience and to be by your side to make your perfect trips come true.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"I specialize in all the Northern territories : Finland, Russia, Groenland, Svalbard, Norway, Canada, Feroe Island, and Iceland of course
In terms of activities, hiking, canoeing and dog sledding are my specialties"
How did you get involved in travel?
"I firstly worked in discovery and travel documentaries for the Audiovisual industry in France which gave the opportunity to travel on my own and to start tasting the smell of the outdoor and to appreciate the beauty of nature. So i started to travel for a couple of weeks, then for a couple of months, to end up traveling for a couple of years before meeting the Altaï group which enabled me to share my experience with travelers from all around the world."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"The Feroe Islands.
A unique set of Archipelagos set alone in the middle of the North Sea and in which i have been lucky enough to travel through, drive, hike and camp in the middle of nature, amongst beautiful fjords, snowy mountains and green landscapes. A quite unknown area of the worlds perfect for every hiker in love with nature, quietness and sublime tranquility ."
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When it comes to planning the perfect Iceland itinerary, we have you covered. Our researchers scouted the island, our Iceland experts chipped in, and then we asked travelers themselves what cool sights and chill activities most thrill them. Then we assessed how much time most travelers are likely to have. We put all these ingredients together to come up with a satisfying hlaðborð (smorgasbord) of itineraries. Read on for our top recommendations for itineraries of 5, 7, 10, and 14 days.
Enjoy the snowier side of Iceland on this seven-day winter adventure. On arrival, head "Into the Glacier" at Langjökull, on the way to discover the Snaefellsnes Peninsula, filled with basalt columns, black-sand beaches, and beautiful cliffs. Then, go on a snowmobiling excursion out of the Golden Circle, and wind down with a warm lagoon soak. Next, visit the spectacular frozen falls along the South Coast, including Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss, and go on glacier walks at Skaftafell and Jökulsárlón. Wind down with some exploration of snow-topped Reykjavik before heading home.
Experience jaw-dropping scenery and cool Scandinavian culture on this 7-day Norwegian itinerary. Start in Oslo, where you'll have two days to revel in the rich history, trendy cafés, and summer festivals of Europe's fastest-growing capital. Next, you’ll head west on the famous Flåm Railway to explore Balestrand and its majestic mountains. From here, take advantage of the warmer weather with a kayaking tour of dramatic fjords. Finish the adventure in Bergen, with a wander around its colorful wooden houses and a trip up Fløyen Mountain for panoramic views of the city.
This 8-day itinerary is a great way to experience a historic side of Norway that most visitors miss. Between the 8th and 11th centuries, Vikinger was a form of adventure, drawing plunderers but also poets, scholars, and traders. Starting and ending in Bergen, you'll travel through Viking-era settlements, islands, and fjords, including the former stomping grounds of one of the most famous Vikings of all: Eric Bloodaxe.
September marks the end of the high season and is a fantastic month to explore Iceland's iconic scenery without the crowds. This is also a great month to join a Northern Lights tour. Read on to learn what to do and where to go.
This zealous (yet relaxing) and unbelievably scenic 14-day itinerary checks off Norway's three biggest cities traveling by train, ferry, and fjord cruise for a true Scandinavian adventure. Start off in Norway's buzzing capital with its new waterfront promenade before you take one of the steepest trains in the world to the village of Flåm. You'll ferry through the longest fjord in Norway and explore Bergen on your own and with a local guide. From here, board the Hurtigruten—a mighty coastal steamer—stopping in the Art Nouveau city of Ålesund for a night. Back on the Hurtigruten, you'll sail to Trondheim by way of the Geirangerfjord and then return to Oslo by train for one last night on the town.