Danielle Elizabeth Beauchemin

Guide

Dani is the leader of our Environmental Team and works directly on the carbon emissions analysis.  Dani has been guiding for over 10 years in various parts of the world.  She has been in Iceland since 2016 and enjoys educating guests on the unique fauna and flora.  She will ensure you have an unforgettable time while keeping safety as her number one priority.

She spends her free time as an Instructor for the Icelandic Search and Rescue team, hiking and backpacking with Xena, her Greater Swiss Mountain Dog, and practicing primitive wilderness skills.  She can even make fire with sticks!

Education and Qualifications

MSc. in Environment and Natural Resources
BSc. in Business Management
ASc. in Business Administration
Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technician (NR-EMT)

Guiding Related:
Wilderness EMT (W-EMT / NR-EMT)
ICE-SAR rescue team Instructor (Nýliðar 1,2, and Sjúkraflokkur for HSG)
CPR/AED For the Professional Rescuer
Rescue 3 Swiftwater and Flood First Responder (Straumvatnsbjörgun 1) - ICE SAR
American Mountain Guides Rock Guide (AMGA RCG)
Mountaineering 1 (Fjallamennska 1) - ICE SAR
Avalanche Rescue 1 (Snjóflóð 1) - ICE SAR
Ferðamennska og rötun - ICE SAR
Rock Climbing Instructor (Philadelphia Rock Gyms and Elite Climbing)
Kayak Instructor (NJ Pinelands, Chenega Island Alaska, Baja Mexico)
WFA and WFR Instructor (Specifically for Kayak, ATV, and Buggy guides)