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An accomplished travel writer and advisor, exploring the world on assignment. A New Yorker based in Mexico, I'm passionate about promoting travel to my adopted country and beyond.
My travel style
I'm all about high value travel experiences, whether that's an undiscovered gem, an amazing deal or bucket-list adventure. I'm a smart budgeter. I'm unafraid to save for and spend on something spectacular, but I do my homework to make sure it'll truly be worth the investment – no one's getting ripped off on my watch. Everywhere I travel, I seek photogenic moments and life-long memories. I am also an expert in pet-friendly travel as I travel around the United States and internationally with my cat, Rajah.
Hotel Xcaret Arte
An hour south of Canucn, this mammoth adults-only resort is a true all-inclusive, with 900 rooms, nine restaurants and access to all the adventures at eight nearby activity parks.
Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos
The adults-only all-inclusive done right, with luxe amenities like 24/7 butler service, gourmet restaurants and a hydrotherapy circuit, plus sparkling views of the Sea of Cortez.
Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort
In a spectacular setting between the mighty Pitons, this beachfront resort is beloved by family and couples alike, known for its thoughtful service and gorgeous rainforest spa.
$100 food / beverage credit.
Breakfast buffet daily for two guests per bedroom, served in Brasserie Boucherie AuGust.
Upgrade at time of booking & extended check-in/out, based upon availability.
Recently returned from:
Diving the reefs and wrecks of the Netherlands Antilles.
Retracing my ancestors' footsteps through Norway and England.
Art installation hopping my way around the Setouchi Islands in Japan.
Shopping for custom leather at a 1,000 year old Moroccan tannery.
The Maldives and Seychelles – absolute paradise on Earth.
Italy – I somehow haven't been, and need to eat all the things.
Hong Kong – I love big cities, and this is next on my Asia to-do list.
Antarctica – the ultimate last frontier.
One thing I can't travel without...
Noise-canceling headphones and a medicine bag – comfort and health on the road is key.
Two truths, one lie:
I moved to Madrid, Spain after graduating from college and backpacked my way around Europe.
I turned down a job at National Geographic because it wouldn't have allowed me to travel as much as I wanted.
I'm a licensed tour guide (with honors!) in New York City.
Get in touch with Jenny
Reach out to customize and book your own experience. Or, just to chat about travel in general.