Bachelor in Tourism Management, I was living in New Zealand before settling in Ireland and have worked in many different sectors in the tourism industry (private and governmental institutions).
My passion is the adventure tourism, sector that I have been working in since 2007. During this time I've had the chance to work with activities like vertical techniques, rock climbing, rope access, rescue and even teach courses all over Brazil and Angola – Africa.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Walking and Cycling - Ireland. Wicklow Way. Kerry Camino. Beara Way. Dingle Way. Burren Way. Barrow Way. Causeway Coast Way. Achill Island GreenWay. Connemara Western Way. Aran Islands. Sheep's Head Way. Kerry Way. Bluestack & Sli Cholmcille Way. Wild Atlantic Way Cycling. "
How did you get involved in travel?
"Exploring new places has always been fascinating to me, so one day I decided to turn my hobby into my work. In 2007 I started working in the tourism industry and have not stopped since. "
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"Traveling by boat in Milford Sound NZ is one of them! I lived in New Zealand for about a year and a half after deciding to move to the amazing country back in 2014 and was mainly based in Wellington, the lovely little capital city. I had the opportunity to travel through New Zealand and can name many special places there, Milford Sound is one of them. Being able to travel to the open sea, surrounded by incredible scenery and wildlife, like waterfalls, dolphins, seals, penguins, and whales if you are lucky enough.
To see the mountains so close and all the landscapes in the surrounding areas is magnificent. "
Featured trips & expertise
This itinerary takes adventurous travelers through ancient forests and glacial valleys of Ireland's Wicklow Mountains. Starting in the picturesque village of Clonegal, you'll hike along Ireland's most popular hiking trail that winds through small towns and country villages where you can experience authentic Irish hospitality. End your hiking trip in Dublin, where you can wander around Marlay Park and enjoy the lively nightlife.
Prepare to fall in love with the rugged beauty of west Ireland on this active, yet easily completed trip that will take you through charming towns and villages along the Atlantic coast. You'll hike 111 miles (179 km) along the Wild Atlantic Way, which is often hailed as one of the top 100 destinations in the world. Walk in the footsteps of Catholic pilgrims on the Kerry Camino, enjoy some of Ireland's best beaches, and discover some of Ireland's ancient artifacts like Ogham stones and ringforts.
This guided road trip is the perfect introduction to Ireland for newbies. Over the course of a week, you'll visit both classic icons as well as some off-the-beaten-path sites—paired with beautiful landscapes and gentle walks to breathe in the fresh air of Ireland’s spectacular Wild Atlantic Way. In the evenings, partake in the local pub experience with a pint of Guinness and traditional Irish music. The tour starts and ends in Dublin where you can bike and kayak to some of the capital's best sites.
The emerald landscapes and rugged cliffs of Ireland have always held a magical allure. Traveling off-the-beaten-path, this guided tour covers some of Ireland’s quietest and least-visited sites in the west and northwest. Over 12 days, you'll hike, boat, kayak, learn history, see live music, and hop over to a tiny Gaelic-speaking island—and it all starts in Dublin, one of western Europe's most charming cities.
Spend 6 days on Ireland's rugged West Coast with this hiking tour. You'll head down the Dingle Way from the country town of Tralee down to Inch Beach and onward to Dingle town, offering great pubs and traditional music in this Gaeltacht, a majority Irish-speaking area. The trail takes you through a landscape that's been inhabited for 6,000 years, full of history and archaeological monuments alongside the crashing Atlantic Ocean.
Explore the Emerald Isle's beauty and historic villages by bicycle on this 8-day trip. Mórchuaird Chiarraí (Ring of Kerry) is a 111-mile circular route on Ireland's southwestern coast, encompassing Muckross, Killarney National Park, and picturesque Kenmare. Discover local treasures as you cycle in and around the eastern part of the Iveragh Peninsula.