I was born in the south of France, a region lulled by the mild climate and rich in different cultures and traditions.
This diversity is what I look for when I travel. These differences that make us so close when we take the time to meet.
Thus, authenticity, local cultures often allied in France to food and wine, architecture, history, landscapes are as many elements present in my daily life as during my stays abroad.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Passionate, I have always wanted my clients to live their stays as real experiences.
In addition to the must-see sites, each destination is rich in local culture and little-known treasures. It is these diversities that I strive to include in each program, in order to offer authentic and unforgettable stays.
I regularly visit the different regions of France in order to find new inspirations to offer to my clients.
Moreover, my attraction for quality accommodation, for charm and authenticity, has led me to look for various hotel structures in order to meet the precise expectations of travellers.
For more than 10 years now, it has always been a real pleasure to share my knowledge and expertise in order to create for each traveller a stay that suits him or her!"
How did you get involved in travel?
"After several trips to alpine resorts, the idea of going to work in Asia always present in my mind as I fell in love with Asia a long time ago, I responded to the announcement of a tour operator based in New Delhi.
Hired after various interviews, I left for Delhi where I learned the job of a tailor-made travel consultant and incoming agent as we were organising tailor-made trips to India.
After 2 years in India, I continued this experience in Switzerland and then in Paris for several years before deciding to become expert on France as destination.
Today I organize tailor-made trips for foreign clients wishing to discover France and I love to make these trips unforgettable experiences!"
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"If I had to name just one experience, I would choose my stay in Sumatra. Passionate about animals, meeting the Orangutangs was one of my dreams. So in 2016 I went alone to the Sumatra jungle to do one of the most difficult but also one of the most motivating trek of my life, and this dream became one of the most beautiful days of my life."
Featured trips & expertise
Take 10 days to stop and smell the lavender as you traverse the fields, vineyards, and villages of Provence on this self-drive trip. This popular region of southeastern France has plenty for your senses to enjoy: take in the scents of soapmaking workshops, sights of the Mediterranean coast, and tastes of famous wines and market-fresh cooking on your adventure.
Take a new excursion every day of this 18-day Eastern France itinerary. You'll stroll the streets of Paris and sample your way down the Avenue of Champagne before riding in a VW Kombi through the vineyards. Follow it with Alsatian villages, cycling and cheese tasting in Lake Annecy, and three nights in the fabulous French Riviera.
If driving from Paris through western France for ten days sounds like a dream come true, this itinerary is for you. Start in Paris, where art at the Louvre, flaky croissants and a day trip to Versailles will capture your imagination and taste buds. Continue to the Loire Valley to see the famed castles and see where da Vinci lived, then end in Bordeaux for world-famous oysters and wine.
If you've ever dreamed of visiting the sunny French Riviera coast, this luxury twelve-day trip is a dream come true. Make a three-course meal in Nice, go wine tasting in Provence, and take in the sunset as you enjoy a gourmet picnic on a mountaintop. From private sailing trips to art galleries and more, this trip offers bespoke luxury for your next getaway.
The shoulder season months of May and September are the best times to visit Provence if you like warm weather, clear skies, and beaches without the throngs of tourists. But for travelers who can handle the crowds and surging prices, the summer (June to August) is a close second, as the lavender fields are in full bloom and the French Riviera is open for business. If you’re here in winter (December to February), enjoy a ski holiday in the Southern Alps or stick to the coast for wild carnival celebrations.
Ideal for food, wine, and culture enthusiasts, this trip travels at a relaxed pace from Paris to Nice over the span of two weeks. Start off with several days in the 'City of Lights' and the French culinary mecca of Lyon. Then pick up a car in Avignon to experience Provence's vineyards and lavender fields at your own speed. Finish the adventure indulging on Mediterranean views and fresh seafood in the French Riviera.