My name is Jenna and I am a full-time educator, mom, and travel planner! I started this business after years of planning my own vacations. From relaxing weekend getaways to adventurous mountain hiking to backpacking across Europe, I thoroughly enjoy planning all the small details in order to make the most out of an experience.
I have been known to take the road less traveled, and from personal experience I’ve learned that hours of research and planning can turn a simple vacation into a once-in-a-lifetime experience. My goal is to take the stress out of travel and give my clients a completely customized trip that allows them to enjoy every minute from start to finish.
A personal travel planner does all the research and planning of the trip for you. I'll build a trip based on your personal preferences, family composition and special needs.
Accommodation, attractions, transportation, restaurants, and maps, are all provided. You will get a detailed file that includes all the information according to day and time. All that you need to do is sign-off and pack.
Anyone can book a hotel, but putting together a vacation takes time. The idea is to maximize your time and money instead of wasting it on an attraction you didn't know was closed or a hotel that looks beautiful only in pictures.
That's it. Just enjoy your trip. I've taken care of all the details, accessible right on your phone.
I find it nearly impossible to choose a favorite travel destination. However, one unforgettable experience was a trip to Sedona, Arizona. I planned this weekend camping trip on a whim, just three weeks in advance. That didn’t stop me from spending hours researching the best trails and timing everything out perfectly.
We booked a red eye flight to Phoenix, Arizona, hopped in our rental car and drove to the south rim of the Grand Canyon. We arrived just in time to watch the sunrise at Yaki Point. After a day of scenic canyon views, we drove to Sedona and camped in the middle of the desert while hiking beautiful trails during the day. Devil’s Bridge Trail was the highlight of our trip and well worth the 3.9 mile hike.