Category: Travel Planning

Solo Female Travel in Pakistan – An Insider’s Perspective

Tell us more about yourself. My name is Alessia Ramponi and I’m 22 years old. I was born in a small city in the center of Mexico called Aguascalientes. I studied International Relations in Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM) in Mexico. I love photography and traveling. When I have...

How To Remain Stress-free During The Holiday Season

Its the season to be jolly - and we want to help you keep it that way - jolly. With Thanksgiving around the corner, the countdown to the holiday season officially begins! Because it is in our mantra to help you do things better, here is a helpful list...

A Unique Way To Spend Your Weekend In Singapore

Nithya Priyan was introduced to meditation via YouTube 9 years ago, today he is the founder of Nithya Priyan School of Yoga. In his desire to seek the connection between meditation and yoga, he discovered yoga to elevate his meditation experience and wanted to share the benefits of marrying...

Why I Finally Bought Travel Insurance

My next two months I’m hitting 4 countries, with another 6 in line for early next year already. I’ve never thought of buying travel insurance but after a friend got sick abroad, I figured at nearly 49, I’ve probably pushed my luck too far already. When you are looking for...

How To Get From Montego Bay To Negril

Photography by Jennifer Selinger  Sometimes a road less traveled can bring unexpected delights. If you are looking for a truly unique experience in Jamaica, there is no better way to see the island than from your own MINI Cooper on a once in a lifetime drive day. The tour was...

What Is Your One Travel Essential?

Contributed by Stephenie Rodriguez The Bluesmart: Innovation On-Board As a seasoned traveler with 48 countries stamped in my passport, I’ve seen it all. For the best part of twenty years, roll-aboard luggage had very few innovations. Wheels, hidden handles and built-in locks were about as good as it got. Then I met...

The Jauntista Diaries | Suzy Buckley Woodward

The Jauntista Diaries | Suzy Buckley Woodward Suzy Buckley Woodward’s profile is enviable. She is considered Miami royalty with her impeccable resume – she was editor-in-chief at Miami Beach-based glossy Ocean Drive Magazine, as well as a contributor to The New York Times, Town & Country, New York Magazine, New...

The Jauntista Diaries | Elisa Gaudet

Women’s Golf Day, scheduled on 6 June 2017, is a one-day event encouraging females to engage in golf in the hopes of empowering new and experienced golfers alike and teaching skills that last a lifetime. In an exclusive interview with JAUNTE, Elisa Gaudet, President of Executive Golf International and...

How To Accessorise For Your Summer Vacation

How To Accessorise For Your Summer Vacation Having traveled the world with her gemologist mother, Daniela Swaebe organically developed an acute sense towards sophisticated jewelry from a young age. Inspired by nature's wonders from her travels, Daniela launched her first fine jewelry collection in her hometown of South Beach in...

Where To Stay In Negril

Where To Stay In Negril Reviewed by Mia Voss Located off a busy street, it's a delightful little haven on 7 Mile Beach in Negril. The pictures on their website don't do it justice. Country Country consists of very cute and rustic cottage style units. Considering that the rooms are somewhat next...

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