When Jen Terra decided to pursue a semester abroad in Japan during college, she had no idea it would ignite her lifelong passion for exploring the world. It was her first international excursion and, for that reason, she wanted to immerse herself in a destination rich with culture.
While Jen cherished her experience overseas and was certainly bitten by the travel bug, she ultimately returned home to pursue careers in the insurance and real estate industries, respectively. But, after a decade of number-crunching by day and dreaming up exhilarating itineraries by night, she knew she needed to follow her dream and share her wanderlust with others. Thus, Jen Terra Travels was born.
Since launching her new company, Jen has become the go-to curator for luxury hotels and resorts, yachts, private aviation, fine dining, wine tasting forays, and more. With her refined aesthetic sensibilities and deep appreciation for excellence, she loves to impart her knowledge and research of fabulous locales around the globe.
She enthusiastically believes that leisure travel is not only a nice respite from routine, but a fundamental part of human growth.
If you’re ready for your next adventure, Jen can’t wait to guide you every step of the way.
Jen’s heart-centered approach is at the core of her success.
If I wasn’t a travel advisor, I would be a group exercise instructor, an interior designer, or a stand-up comic. What? I’m funny!
I live in Connecticut with my husband, two daughters, two Bernedoodles, two fish, and a cat. It’s a full house.
Marrying a chef was the best decision I’ve ever made. Good thing I like to eat (and exercise!).
Speaking of which, on any given Sunday, you’ll find me hiking, drinking coffee or wine, and baking sourdough bread from a 100-year-old starter named Betty Jane.
If I could only visit one country on repeat it would be Italy.
Currently on my travel bucket list: Philippine Islands, Alaska, Dolomites, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, and Mongolia. Who’s coming with me?
Jackson Hole, you have my heart. It’s only been a few weeks since our trip to Jackson & Grand Teton National Park.
There was once a time that even I questioned the use of hiring a travel agent.