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Rodica Ghiserel

Rodica Ghiserel

Rodica brings over 40 years of experience in the industry of travelling. She worked initially on the Black Sea Coast as a receptionist at the end of 1960s. Then in 1972, after working for the famous “Clarksons” UK, as a hotel guide and tour manager on Romanian cruise ships, she became a national and international guide. Rodica has also been a representative of a foreign travel agency, Translator, Interpreter (two months tour of China) Simultaneous Translator, Program Director and Lecturer for 5 years with Grand Circle, Assistant Cruise Director with Intrav and Zeghram, and Tour Manager for many companies. She often delivers lectures on ships on Gypsies, Communism, and Romania.


Rodica worked as a teacher in a high school in Constanta and she managed to combine her passion for travelling with her equal love for education by teaching “Junior Achievement” in English. As a teacher, she worked in the travel business during long summer holidays as a guide for land tours in Romania, and many other Europe countries.


One of her many other jobs was working as a consular secretary in the Constanta Lebanese Consulate and as a Factory Manager for 3 years for a Romanian Israeli joint venture in the ‘90s when tourism was not flourishing in Romania. During this period she found the time to attend Post University studies, and gained a license as a Hotel and Travel Agency Manager.


In 2007 whilst working as guide in Romania for Lloyd Touristik and Noble Caledonia, she was offered a job she was ready for – Tour Manager. She thoroughly enjoys this position and has never forgotten to be a keen promoter of Romania. This is why she made new and different destination proposals to Noble Caledonia, including cruise extensions to Bucovina, Transylvania, Maramures and a 12 day Land Tour of Romania. All these trips have become successful and she is extremely proud of herself and grateful to Noble Caledonia for having understood that Romania is an interesting location for many travellers.


Rodica does not consider herself an expert in any area and feels comfortable even in the areas she has not travelled to, in her time with Noble Caledonia she has travelled along European rivers, the Black Sea, the Nile, Ganges, Irrawaddy and the Mississippi.