Gelmond Travel Company
Hi! We are a small boutique travel company, in business since 2010, and focused exclusively on Alaska travel services. We provide fully customizable travel packages, itinerary planning, booking services and 24/7 support.
Our main products are self-drive tours, small boat cruises and luxury wilderness lodges. All of our staff members have been exploring Alaska for many years, and everything we’ll advise you to do (or to avoid) is based on personal experience. If you’re looking for someone to assist you with your next adventure, let us know and we’ll be happy to talk.
Traveled to Alaska for the first time in 1997, and having a hard time to let go ever since. Former Alaska resident and grad student in the University of Alaska Anchorage, where he studied the implications of mega-earthquakes on the evolution of stickleback fish, of all things.
Guiding trips in Alaska since 2006; Currently lives in Tel Aviv, Israel; proud father to Eitan and Daphna; amature photographer; occasional fashion icon. Tends to describe himself in third person.
After spending a dozen years wondering around the globe, Adva climbed back to shore and joined our crew. Before she did so, she crossed a few oceans with her beloved sailboat, volunteered at an apes preservation project in Cameroon, traveled extensively through North and Central America, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands
Adva’s real passion is bookkeeping, managing Excel sheets and pricing various travel services, but other than that she also writes for travel magazines, captures wonderful photos and enjoys the great outdoors. She recently finished her BSc in Biology, but she sticks to tourism because that’s where the big money is.
Yuval rose to stardom when he was 19. He returned from a trip with his family to the Canadian Rockies and posted a comprehensive online guide to Western Canada on a big travel website; Sixteen years later, this article is still one of the most popular on the site.
Yuval explored most of the western US, the Himalayas, and almost every region in Europe that has worthy mountains. The two last notches in his belt are (so far) Norway and Alaska. His moto in life is “real men keep their tea bags in the cup”, and indeed that’s how he lives his life. He’s slightly obsessed with classical music, coffee, nature photography and soccer pick-up games. His wife makes exceptional brownies but unfortunately she doesn’t provide a steady supply to the office. Which is a shame.
last but not least - The company logo
Is a stickleback, of course. Ofer’s Masters was not a complete waste of time after all.