- Luxury Travel,
- Boutique Travel
Always daydreaming of the next destination, a new luxe hotel and an unusual local tasty dish. With 50 countries down, I'm always on the hunt for the next to explore.
Pearson for the long-haul flights, or the City Center airport which includes a great view of downtown Toronto.
My travel style
As a former recipe developer, and forever foodie, I find the best way to understand a culture, history, geography and people is through their cuisine! Whether it be a street vendor or a Michelin-star restaurant, I always want to try a bite. My experience in luxury travel and tour operations has allowed me to source (and try!) some of the best hotels and unique experiences to customize any trip.
Six Senses Shaharut
High-end resort located in the Negev Desert with luxury suites.
$100 hotel / resort credit.
Upgrade & extended check-in/out whenever possible.
Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur
Udaipur’s most luxurious accommodation is perched in the middle of the lake. Amazing views out over the mountains and the service is incredible.
Complimentary lunch or dinner for two people/room, once during stay, excluding alcohol, taxes and gratuities
Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
Daily Continental breakfast for two guests per bedroom per stay, served in Hotel restaurant
Four Seasons Chang Mai
Nestled among emerald rice fields about 45 minutes outside Chiang Mai, the Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai is a sanctuary of well-being with private pavilions the landscape.
When you book Four Seasons through Fora, you will enjoy exclusive Four Seasons Preferred Partner benefits. Your advisor will be pleased to give you more details.
Recently returned from:
Trying street food in New Delhi.
Touching centuries of history in Jerusalem.
Whitewater-rafting in New Zealand.
Experiencing a desert safari in Dubai.
Smell the spices in the Medina in Marrakesh.
Sip some local tea in Sri Lanka.
Watch the great migration from Tanzania to Kenya.
One thing I can't travel without...
My food journal – the only way for me to remember details is through my stomach!
Two truths, one lie:
I spent way too much money on a cup of Kopi Luwak.
I bought a van with no floor in Costa Rica – at least it had functional breaks!
I ate poisonous Fugu fish in Japan.
Get in touch with Jessica
Reach out to customize and book your own experience. Or, just to chat about travel in general.