New Zealand Guide
Jasmine is from Pukekohe here in New Zealand, a region near Auckland known for horse racing and motor racing - those pursuits never made it onto her list though - she's more inclined to go hiking, snowboarding, ice climbing, diving or fishing! Quite the list! Clearly Jasmine loves adventuring in the outdoors and already has a major achievement under her belt - climbing Mount Brewster, a classic alpine route in the Mount Aspiring National Park. This year she plans to hike to Everest Base Camp!
When did you discover your passion for travel?
"I have always travelled with my family, since I was about three years old. Starting with small trips to the Pacific Islands, we worked our way up to safaris in Africa and Thailand. This gave me the travel bug and is the reason why I travel so much today."
"If you're not living on the edge, you're taking up too much space."
“Jasmine was AMAZING! She was so fun to talk with. As a solo traveler, she really made sure that I was having a good time. She was very knowledgable about the history of the places we visited as well.”Elizabeth Derck (Nashville, Tennessee, United States), July 2016
“Jasmine was great - always relaxed and patient -- how she did all the driving, the activities and the cooking and remained so calm and polite I do not know. Her knowledge of New Zealand , the wildlife , history was very good, many engaging stories.”Harry Mountain (Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, United Kingdom), July 2016
“Jasmine dedicated herself to our having a great experience. She is clearly an experienced adventurer and guide.”Peter Oldziey (Dover, Delaware, United States), November 2014
“Jasmine is an absolute legend in the making. For someone of her young age, she's very well travelled and has lots of guiding and active experience. She's definitely the counter-balance for the people who want to walk/run at pace (or like me, just have long legs). She never seems to get tired; she juggles large cases like they're nothing; and her driving ability was seriously impressive.”Rich Wale (Hayling Island, Hampshire, United Kingdom), November 2014