About Wayne Broomfield
A voyager, adventurer, globe trotter and seeker of nature's truth, Wayne has travelled from the Arctic to the Antarctic, living life to the fullest. A native indigenous spirit from the remote area of Northern Labrador Canada, Wayne grew up in Makkovik alongside the great Atlantic Ocean where one may see whales breaching in summer and icebergs traveling south in spring. His people and his culture come from Nunatsiavut, which means “Our Beautiful Land” and beautiful it is. The Northern lights shimmer and whisper about the nature of things in The Big Land. One only has to listen.
In 2017, Antarctica called to Wayne, and he answered. One of the few Inuit people to migrate between Earth’s poles, Wayne has had the pleasure of serving other adventure enthusiasts in Antarctica. His favorite experiences include watching the seals, whales and other sea creatures play in the ice-locked waters of the poles, close encounters with polar bears (do ask for more details), and witnessing polar bear cubs dig their way out of their den.
An advocate for the planet, sustainability, and Mother Nature herself, Wayne has participated in movies with National Geographic, photo sessions of the great North and South, as well as sharing stories and adventures with guests who love to listen to his uncommon tales. He’s here to support you in your once-in-a-lifetime adventure, so please feel free to ask questions and listen to his expert knowledge.