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Aggie

Iceland & Greenland Travel Specialist

Email: aggie@discover-the-world.co.uk

Tel: 01737 887 259

Aggie’s keen interest in travel brought her to Discover the World in 2009 having previously worked in various travel roles after finishing her Masters degree in Sociology and Tourism. She takes great care in developing travel itineraries as in her view, preparation is just as important as travelling itself in order to receive full enjoyment from your holiday.

Aggie's Top Travel Experiences

  • Watching the beautiful Arctic scenery while husky sledding in Kulusuk, East Greenland - one of the most remote places in the world
  • Watching the Northern Lights appear over the Icehotel, Sweden for the first time in my life – no words can give this truly magical phenomenon justice – you have to see them for yourself!
  • Snowmobiling over the glaciers in Iceland followed by a nice bowl of hot Icelandic meat soup
  • Experiencing a true sense of freedom quad biking through the wilderness and vast open fields of North Quebec province, Canada and finishing off the day with roasting marshmallows over a campfire while gazing at the stars above

My Favourite Place

It has to be Kulusuk in East Greenland for its serene beauty. One of the most remote places in the world; there is this beautiful peacefulness about it with its quiet majestic glaciers and almost no civilisation around. Just you alone and the natural surroundings. I had the most relaxing break here, away from the modern world…
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Aggie Recommends

Heydalur, Mjoifjordur West Fjords

A friendly and welcoming farm found in Mjoifjordur, the 9 rooms of Heydalur are found in remote corner between Holmvik and Isafjordur.
Type: Farmstay
Grade: Standard
Iceland

Husavik Whale Watching Boat Trip 

from £78
3 hours Nov-Dec, Mar-Oct
Husavik, in North East Iceland, is recognised as 'Europe’s Whale Watching Capital' and is also home to the fascinating Whale Museum.
Iceland