Jenna Kearns

As soon as I set off on my first trip around South-East Asia I knew I would continue year after year to look for new destinations to explore and fall in love with. When I landed in India however I knew this was somewhere that I had to keep returning to and that I did. It is often said that there is nowhere so vibrant, colourful, exciting and which can ignite all your senses so powerfully and this is certainly true.  So diverse and vast it will take more than a lifetime to see it all but I continue to venture deeper and further into its grasp and then share its wonderful secrets with you!

A few years later Morocco did a similar thing as I headed there on a work trip and completely fell in love with it. A country unique in so many ways I have now returned many a time and add to the extensive knowledge the Morocco team have here at Fleewinter to plan all your fantastic holidays!

More recently my itchy travel feet and love for wildlife have taken me west and to the stunning country of Costa Rica. A place any nature lover must visit and after spending many mornings waking up to howler monkeys and falling asleep to toads I can now assist in planning an adrenaline fuelled, or relaxed escape to this beautiful part of the world.

The most recent venture has been to Peru which I have launched with my colleague Delia for Fleewinter. Along with its amazing scenery, culture and Machu Picchu of course, I have travelled a good amount now and all destinations before just got trumped by Peru for its cuisine! It is a foodie heaven which also happens to be one of the most beautiful places in the world.

Enquire about a trip to India, Morocco, Peru or Costa Rica now via the link or speak to me directly by emailing

Snake Charmer on the streets of Varanasi
Beautiful sunset on Lake Pichola, Udaipur
Daily Aarti ceremony in the holy city of Varanasi
Women buying spices at the evening market, Jodhpur
Men washing themselves in the River Ganges, Rajasthan
Woman wearing a beautiful blue sari, Rajasthan
Praying at Ranakpur Jain Temple, Rajasthan
Street scene of a village in rural Rajasthan


‘When eating at restaurants let them know your food requirements and then ask them what they recommend. This will normally be a regional speciality and sure to be delicious!’ ‘Jenna Kearns, India Specialist’

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