Guides and staff
In addition to Inukpak Outfitting, Louis-Philip works as an Instructor for Sirius MedX, teaching all levels of ‘’Wilderness First Aid“.
Vice-President of Operations, Head Guide, Director of “Awesomeness”!
Yes! You read that right, Martine is the Director of “Awesomeness”! Martine is more than just the Vice-President of Operations or one of our Head Guides, she is the one keeping us in line. Without her, we would only be a bunch of guides with little to no sense of direction.
Chances are, you will meet her on the trail, running her dog team, riding snowmobiles, hiking, kayaking or giving a cultural city tour. Like a true Mama, she will take great care of you and make sure you have the time of your life. Ask her about Inuit culture and traditional ancestral knowledge, two of her favourite subjects; she even has a sound knowledge of the Inuktitut language.
Martine has a wide skill set: wilderness first responder, “Guide” member of the AGPTA (Adventure Tourism Professional Guide Association), she is also a trainer from the Leave-No-Trace Canada Association, and a certified Avalanche Safety Trainee with the Canadian Avalanche Association.
Have you ever participated into one of her Team Building sessions? Let her unleash your team’s full potential. Martine is well recognized by her peers in the Arctic tourism industry, mainly for her exhaustive list of realizations and for long years working for private businesses, non-for profit organizations and governmental institutions.
In addition to Inukpak Outfitting, Martine works as an Instructor for Sirius MedX, teaching all levels of ‘’Wilderness First Aid“.
In short, she guides and cares like a maman! And she has a strong experience of it since she is the proud mother of three little adventurers who aren’t afraid of the cold.
Fernando Castañeda Bucci
Hervé is a traveller at heart. He takes every opportunity to transform his trips into unique adventures, whether at work or on personal journeys. From France to Canada, with detours to Central America, Brazil and Nepal, he has always embraced new challenges.
After a long period of studies, he decided to change his lifestyle and become an adventure guide, and he now strives to add adventure into every day.
He is eager to share his passion and knowledge of the Far North and his contagious smile will warm you up even on the coldest days!