Nonni Travel is proud to be independent, flexible and personal. We are humans, we have a face and we make travel dreams come true for other humans 🙂
Creating tailor-made, private tours for both individuals and groups is our passion. We love all those tiny details that make our work and you trip fun and special.
Here we are…
The team of Nonni Travel represents a passionate mix of tourism experts, nature lovers, artists and travel enthusiasts. It combines valuable local insider knowledge with international expertise and is aware of the demands and needs of international visitors.
Ana M. KorbarFinance & Operation
Ana is born and raised in Slovenia and first arrived in Iceland in January 1990. With growing daylight and approaching summer she fell in love with the country and decided to move to the North eventually. During that time she became impressively Icelandic: swimming and hot tubs are one of her favourites and she is currently singing in two local choirs. Other than that she loves traveling, biking, photography, reading, great food and learning new things. …and of course: the Icelandic nature.
Caroline BjarnasonSales & Production
Caroline, originally from the UK but living in North Iceland with her family since 2005, is a true advocate for the Nordic winter! If you are still doubting if winter is the right time for your trip to Iceland or Greenland – Caroline will make your doubts melt away. One of her most impressive life time experience was seeing a green ribbon of Northern Lights dancing alongside the plane, when travelling from Greenland to Iceland. Nordic nature at its best! She loves to travel at a slower pace and embrace local culture, people and cuisine. And: she is an amazing artist ….oooh her pottery!
Wang Double ZheSales and Marketing
Double is born and based in China and spreads the Nonni Travel voice in her home country and in the rest of Asia. Her most memorable moment in Iceland has been at Dettifoss, a powerful waterfall in the North. It was during her very first trip of many following to Iceland when she approached the waterfall hearing its powerful sound long time before she could finally see it. The view was overwhelming but as with many other things in life, it often is the journey that is worth our attention aswell. Double loves to play badminton and to watch football and basketball. Her favourite football team is Argentina …well, and Iceland, seriously 🙂
Karoline HandbergTravel Consultant
Karoline, born and raised in Denmark, based in Norway and mostly on the road in Iceland or Greenland, is addicted to Nordic countries through and through. Her most favourite things to do are sailing among the icebergs of Ilulissat with a good cup of coffee or enjoying the area of Sermermiut reading a book …not without occasionally glimpsing towards the majestic ice fjord. In Iceland she is totally in awe with the Westfjords and loves to share her passion for this hidden gemstone with our clients. Watch out, you might feel that urgent need to visit the Westfjords – right now – after talking to her 😊
Steph’s roots are German but she considers herself a world citizen ever since she started traveling and living abroad in her early twenties. Her actual job title is: Spreading Nonni Travel Magic around the world. But for business sake: let’s call it Marketing 😊 Besides her family one of her big loves in life is nature and the outdoors, which make the Nordic Countries her perfect place to be. Steph loves to explore the beauty of Iceland and there is plenty of it: the majestic mountains of Eyjafjördur as well as the colourful details of a bird or the unknown, little waterfall just around the corner of the famous one …Iceland will definitely keep her busy.
Ingi Þór GuðmundssonOwner & CEO
Ingi Þór, or Ingi Thor as some call him, has a true passion for both traveling and the Arctic North. That makes his job being the perfect one for him: he loves to share his passion with Nonni Travel clients and partners from all over the world. He is pretty sporty as well: he used to play handball and nowadays he enjoys skiing, hiking, being in nature and most of all, spending time with his family. His favourite place is Igaliko in South Greenland. He feels something special and magical there. Maybe that’s because he saw his most amazing Northern Lights (and yes, he saw many!) laying in the grass in Igaliko one September evening.