Wojtek Malawski

Ski Guide

An experienced Polish Alpine Association instructor, climbing instructor and international mountain guide (IVBV). Born in the lowlands, that’s why his whole life is about “going up the hills”, as he says, and constantly facing different challenges up there. He climbed and skied in Tatras, Dolomites, Alps, Pyrenees and Caucasus and took part in many ski-alpinist competitions in Poland and abroad. He skied from many alpine four-thousandths (including Mount Blanc). For many years he lived in Italian Alps. His great passion is skiing. Thanks to them he discovered the beauty of winter mountains and the adrenaline associated with risky downhill runs. He learned a lot from his own mistakes – that is why he’s willing to share his experience with others now. This year Wojtek is guiding Tatras and Gorce ski touring weekends for you!

Mateusz Szymura

Bialowieza Guide

Mateusz lives in Białowieża, the heart of the last lowland primeval forest in Europe. It’s his place on earth and he has everything here: family, work and passion for nature protection. His part job is being a nature guide and photographer and his full time job is with the Białowieża National Park. Both his mom and dad, a legendary local environmentalist, taught him how lucky they are that Bialowieza is their home.

Helena Gąsienica-Roj

Tatras Guide

Helena is a guide in Zakopane, the capital of the Polish Tatra Mountains. She guides mainly in French and Spanish. She grew up here, close to nature, in a beautiful scenery with the view to Mount Giewont. She always loved hiking and dreamed of adventure, travelling and meeting interesting people. That’s why she started to learn languages and finished hiking and tourist guide courses to work with people from all over the world. She loves culture and arts so it’s a great pleasure for her to talk not only about the region’s history but also exceptional monuments like local traditional wooden villas and churches. But if you prefer advanced mountain hiking – you’re also welcomed! For her travels are not only about sightseeing but also discovering different points of view and staying open minded. Metaphorically, it’s other people that take you to distant places, not just planes or trains.

Ula KupińskaMarzena Musiał

Cracow Guides

Ula Kupińska is a guide in Cracow and nearby stunning Ojcow National Parc, working in French, Italian and English. She’s also a tour guide and travels around the world but always comes back to her beloved Krakow, which is the best place to stay for her. History, art, culture, nature or food – there are many different ways to discover why Cracow is so special! 

For Marzena Cracow is her place on earth! She guides mostly in French, Italian and Spanish. She adores her favorite “royal” espresso that she usually at the Royal Castle Wawel, with a view on the golden dome… After walking at least few kilometres every day she has her secret places to grab a bite like at @wczorajidzis.jadlodajnia, with their delicious apple pancakes. It’s a must-try! 

Anna Kępa

Gdańsk Guide

Anna is a licenced guide in Gdańsk, but also Sopot, Gdynia and Malbork. She specialises in guiding in French, and started her adventure by accident – but that over time that led  to having the best job ever:) There are no two identical people and there is no routine when you meet people from all around the world every day!

Natasza Korczak

Warsaw Guide

I love travels but I also love to meet people and share my passion for Poland! I guide in English and French in Warsaw but also Mazovia region, including the home place of Fryderyk Chopin Żelazowa Wola. My full time job is at the Polish Vodka Museum. While sightseeing I adore sharing my favorite places in the city center like Grzybowski Square and Próżna Street. My passion: ecology! I try to change my family’s life into more and more ecofriendly every day!