Exploring new things and new places definitely got me to travel a lot. I love to experience the diversity of each new place. Over two years down the line, here I am working with my team, offering tailor-made trips in Norway, Nepal, and other countries.
How did you get involved in travel?
"In 2015, after the massive Earthquake in Nepal, all private sector came together to send out a message "not all is broken" that is when I worked together with different agencies, personnel, and travelers to share their positive experiences in Nepal.
Reading different travel stories got me more motivated to explore places more. I recently took on photography as a hobby, which gets me to travel new places and explore them more. Today I work with my team to building tailor-made trips to Norway and several other places, to best fit travelers time and interest. "
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"I had taken up a trip to Memphis, Mississippi with a week of volunteering at Habitat for Humanity along with exploring the city for the next week. I never thought that going to a new destination with an open mind to travel would be so much fun. I had never been on an unplanned trip until then, so everything was new to me. I ended up making a lot of friends during the trip, experienced different cultures, learned how to best utilize the time I had, and even learned how to build houses along the way. :) "
Featured trips & expertise
This two-week summer adventure through Norway travels during a key period when the sun never sets on these gorgeous views. You'll start off visiting Norway's lower half (Oslo, Bergen and the Sognefjord) before flying north to the Arctic Circle for a self-drive tour. From here, you'll head to the rugged landscapes of Norway's second largest island (Senja), and partake in active outings like cycling, kayaking, and swimming before ferrying to another less-populated island (Andøya) where spotting whales is practically a guarantee. Hike the coastal trail on the Queen’s Route before heading back to the lively cities of Tromsø and Oslo for festivals and outdoor restaurants.
Steer a relaxing 12-day course through the highs and lows of Norway's spectacular landscapes from Jotunheimen National Park to the depths of Sognefjord, the country's deepest fjord. You'll enjoy the freedom of setting your own pace when visiting museums and UNESCO World Heritage Sites, not to mention plenty of opportunities to get out in nature and explore the wonders around you. Buckle up and pack your camera—this is going to be one gorgeous drive!
Escape the summer crowds with this weeklong winter-themed itinerary that highlights both southern and northern Norway. After a night in Oslo—Europe's fastest-growing capital—you'll take one of the steepest trains in the world to Flåm for snow-covered fjords. You'll then train to Bergen, a UNESCO-listed waterfront city with vibrant restaurants before flying north to picturesque Tromsø. This is where you'll finish the trip, with two nights in the Arctic wilderness dogsledding and searching for the Northern Lights.
Norway's last full month of winter is a spectacular, snow-laden paradise with fun outdoor activities and local festivals—as well as fewer tourists and lower prices. February is also a great time for catching the Northern Lights before they disappear in the spring. Read on to learn more.
This exciting and less-traveled itinerary takes you into Norway's boreal territory for spectacular snowcapped scenery in the Arctic region. Base yourself in the quietly sophisticated city of Tromsø (Northern Norway's largest), where you can sled with huskies and reindeer during the day and chase the Northern Lights after dark. At the end of the adventure, you'll spend a memorable night in a traditional 'lavvu' tent and learn about the Sami indigenous culture before returning to 'Paris of the North' for one more night on the town.
Steer a relaxing weeklong course through the highs and lows of Norway's spectacular landscapes: from the dizzying zig-zag heights of the Trollstigen (Troll's Ladder) to the depths of Sognefjord, the country's deepest fjord. You'll enjoy the freedom of setting your own pace when visiting museums and UNESCO World Heritage Sites, not to mention plenty of opportunities to get out in nature and explore the wonders around you. Buckle up and pack your camera—this is going to be one gorgeous drive!