I fell in love with the natural beauty and culture of New Zealand since I first step foot in the country. After traveling extensively through the South and North Island for a few months, I decided to stay and share my passion for the amazing landscapes, the friendly and open-minded people and the various range of outdoor activities with travelers from all around the world. I understand each traveler has its own expectations and needs in regards to traveling and it's what I like most about my job: be able to create the perfect itinerary for everyone and work each day on a new program fitting best what YOU want.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Hiking trails and cultural immersions!"
How did you get involved in travel?
"I believe that traveling is not only about seeing beautiful cultural and natural sites but also immersing yourself into a new culture and way of life. Each trip has an impact on our daily life and helps us being more open minded. That is what I've always wanted to do: make people experience a country and new culture."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"The friendliness and the open-mindedness of kiwis keep surprising me every day! This is for me one of the highlights of my travels in New Zealand.
Being a big fan of trekking trails and nature, I will never forget the Tongariro Alpine Crossing and the amazing landscapes I encountered all the way."
Featured trips & expertise
This 10-day road trip in the South Island combines the best New Zealand has to offer. Discover jaw-dropping scenery here, including Lake Tekapo and its turquoise waters, Mt. Cook and the surrounding glaciers, the peaks of Mt. Aspiring National Park and the magnificent fjords. You will also enjoy more intimate and off-the-beaten-path experiences, including the exploration of the Banks Peninsula, with its active wildlife setting, as well as immersing yourself in the historical gold rush of the small town of Clyde.
This self-drive itinerary hits the highlights of New Zealand's North Island with a wide array of activities and landscapes. Along the way, you'll explore Auckland's best neighborhoods, sip pours from local wineries, go swimming and kayaking, and take part in Rotorua's geothermal treatments and Maori culture—all within the span of a week.
Perfect for first-timers, this 13-day itinerary covers an epic variety of landscapes and activities that only New Zealand could offer. Starting in Auckland, you'll head south passing through glowworm caves, natural mud baths, and famous film sets. Stay a few nights in Wellington before continuing to the South Island for the country's highest peaks, incredible natural wonders (like Milford Sound), and—if you so choose—a range of adrenaline sports to amp up this "Kiwi" adventure.