I'm always on the lookout for adventure. Whether it's in the city or in the wild, there has to be some kind of adventure about it. The excitement about seeing something new. Meeting new people and experiencing different cultures. I love to share my enthusiasm with fellow travellers. My favourite part of the world is the arctic region and the northern scandinavian countries. Nothing beats the Faroe Islands. You are only five minutes away from fantastic scenery and your next great adventure.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"The Faroe Islands. I specialize in all outdoor and cultural activities, photo/driving tours and guided city walks of Tórshavn. And Beer 😉"
How did you get involved in travel?
"When packpacking in Asia in my early 20's I knew that I had to work within the tourism business. So I got my education in tourism management, and since then I have worked in the tourism industry in different countries. Denmark, Greenland and The Faroe Islands."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"It's hard to pick one. I've done so many different things, from chasing wild pigs in the Australian bush to tracking reindeer with the innuits in Greenland. Or cave diving in Vietnam to long trek in the Norwegian mountains. But my everyday adventures in the Faroe Islands are at times just as special, so I cannot pick one. 😊"
Featured trips & expertise
Explore nature and culture and enjoy hiking on this 6-day trip. See the small capital of Tórshavn, explore the historic village of Kirkjubøur, and visit of the oldest Viking burial grounds. Take a ferry for a day trip to Nólsoy and head out for a cliffside hike to see Trøllkonufingur and the North Atlantic Ocean. Stop to take in the views of the Mulaføssur waterfall then cozy up in a local cafe for a warm drink and to hear stories and legends from the locals.
See the best that the Faroe Islands have to offer. Stay in the small capital of Tórshavn, explore the historic village of Kirkjubøur, and visit the Viking Museum. Take a ferry to the islands of Mykines and Súðuroy to see a puffin colony and one of the oldest Viking battle sites. Stop to take in the views of the Mulaføssur waterfall then cozy up in a local cafe for a warm drink and to hear stories and legends from the locals.