About This Site

jetfarer (n.): a person who travels by jet

Much like the seafarers who battled the waves of the oceans, or the wayfarers who took to the roads, exploring on foot, a jetfarer is a modern-day explorer who aims to discover the world, one flight at a time. A jetfarer is always curious, always open-minded, always moving. Jetfarers go where the wind blows.

Contrary to popular belief, a jetfarer doesn’t have to be rich or jobless. They don’t have to have all the time in the world. The only thing a jetfarer needs is an ambition to travel, a source of income, and a willingness to get off the beaten path.

Jetfarer is the love child between a travel blog, an encyclopedia, and a storybook, aiming to help the average (or not-so-average) person see the world. We believe travel should be accessible, and we strive to inform, inspire, and ignite a serious case of wanderlust in our community. Whether you’re on a plane or in the comfort of your own home, Jetfarer’s goal is to transport you onto new and exciting adventures.

If it’s your first time on the site, check out our Destinations page, where you can click around the globe to find interesting guides and stories. Also, be sure to subscribe to our newsletter and follow us on Facebook and Instagram for the latest Jetfarer news.

About the Explorer-in-Chief

I didn’t realize when I took my first solo trip in 2011 that my love for travel would turn into an addiction. Yet, here I am, 6 years later, traveling more than ever and loving every second of it. Since I took that fateful trip, I’ve visited over 30 countries, eaten hundreds of street food dishes, and worn out dozens of pairs of shoes. I also started blogging in 2012, on my personal travel chronicle, The Kay Days.

This isn’t your typical travel blogger story. I never quit my job, sold my belongings, or roamed the world until I went broke (though maybe one day I’ll try it!). Travel has been an integral part of my life through its many stages. When I was a college student, I worked odd jobs and saved to travel during my school breaks. After graduating, I decided to begin working full-time in business, and took nearly every weekend to explore a new place, near or far. Now, I’m working in the media industry, traveling in my free time, and writing to share my experiences with you.

Some fun facts about me: Infinitely obsessed with Brazilian culture, Thai food, and Iceland’s landscapes. Love the mountains and the ocean. One time, I almost died traveling solo in Thailand. You can find me constantly chasing the next cheap flight deal.  I travel both on intuition and on impulse. So far, I’ve been to 33 countries on 5 continents. I run marathons and play ukulele. My wardrobe consists of bright colors and bold patterns. With me, there’s never a dull moment – I’m always on the go. Curious to know more? Read this post I wrote to introduce myself!

A Few Disclosures

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