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Tanja Duhamel started her career as Diversification Manager for various newspapers. Employed at Psychologies magazine for 7 years, she launched cruises there with conferences and therapist workshops in 2010, which gave her a love of travel. In 2014, she created Alma Mundi, to integrate the fabulous world of tourism full-time. His first desire goes towards the desire to discover Finland, his mother country, and more particularly the Aurora Borealis in Lapland. The philosopher Frédéric Lenoir trusts him and agrees to come and give conferences on reconnecting to oneself and to nature. The success is immediate, and the stay is renewed each year. The agency also offers thematic thalassotherapy stays with workshops to prolong your daily well-being, weekends in France devoted to “Life challenges” (birth of a child, midlife crisis, retirement, bereavement, etc.) and “Nature & Gastronomy” getaways, in partnership with Rustica magazine. Tanja Duhamel’s office is in Montmartre where she also lives, because the gentle madness of the inhabitants of this Parisian village suits her well. Passionate about her profession, she seeks to give meaning both to her own life and to the stays she concocts.


– 2002 Master in Written Press Management – Sciences Po Rennes – 2000 Master in European Law – Paris XII


2018 – Winner of the Young Tourism Entrepreneur Award 2018 to 2020 – Spokesperson for New Travel Actors by APST


– ASIA launches a new series of “Journeys to the heart of the sacred” – Alma-Mundi wins the APST Young Tourism Entrepreneur award – NAV by APST: “The Success Stories of Tourism” at the heart of the 3rd afterwork 2019


Tanja Duhamel (Linkdin)