Hi! My name is eva mossberg.


From a young age…

I spent every summer on a remote island nature preserve with my family. Without electricity, running water, internet, shops and even roads, I acquired a deep appreciation for nature. From the mountains and oceans to all of their inhabitants. Taking nothing but photographs and leaving only footprints became my motto early on in life. As did my mother's constant reminder that "there is no bad weather; just inadequate clothing!”


On a quest for adventurous experiences, I have sailed across the Atlantic Ocean on a 44 ft sailboat, crossed the Andes on horseback, and explored countless nooks and crannies as far away as Patagonia and right here in Marblehead, MA- where I have lived for over twenty years. These adventures enhanced my “real jobs” in the fields of Tourism and Travel, International Education, and Hospitality.


I am a trained outdoor educator and guide, with certifications in Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED. I have worked two years for the REI Outdoor School and four years as a kayak guide with Essex River Basin Adventures (ERBA). I currently lead student groups of various ages on domestic and international explorations with CISabroad. But my greatest passion is this business: Experiential Expeditions.


Dedicated to slow travel and sustainable tourism, my tours are kept small (2-8 people) and run in collaboration with our environment. I will share with you some of the local lifestyle, traditions, food, and secrets we sometimes keep to ourselves around here... Like how to enter the ocean when she's bumpy without being taken out by a towering wave, where to catch birds and beavers close-up, or how to find the fantastic local brewery that has no signs. Of course, I won't mask anything to make it "more pleasant.” A visit to the local farm comes complete with a few flies, and lobster rolls on the beach will be served in the company of begging seagulls!