A young girl and her military family were traveling the world — meeting new people, finding adventure, experiencing different cultures and learning the history behind new destinations. Little did they know, these early adventures would lead this young girl into an adulthood filled with exploration and a mission to help others find adventure. These adventures were the inspiration and early beginnings of World’s Edge Travel.
Our story begins with founder Jennifer Ginsberg, who, like many military children, grew up knowing that home is where your family is, not necessarily a house. Her family traveled all over the world — and although it wasn’t always easy, it was always an adventure!
Jennifer’s love for traveling continues to grow into adulthood. Her friends and family followed along as she trekked across the world discovering new places and cultures. She loved to share the stories of her many quests with the ones she loved. When Jennifer married her husband, a fun-loving explorer himself, they set off on backpacking journeys to Ireland and beyond -— solidifying their joint wanderlust and love for each other. They traveled the world for 10 years before having children.
Naturally, Jennifer became the go-to person for traveling advice, suggestions and planning. Having found success in corporate life, she never imagined that her passion for traveling would become a career. But with each helpful guide and successful itinerary, those around her would say, “You should do what you love! You’re so great at planning trips!” And the idea was planted.
After years of manifesting lifelong memories for her family, her husband and young twins, their friends, and their close acquaintances, Jennifer is turning her passion into an opportunity to help more people discover the beauty, liberation and thrill of traveling the world.
While you can find her in the lively tourist town of New Braunfels, Texas, in her spare time you can expect that she’s navigating new cities around the world with her family. Jennifer has discovered through her journeys that travel broadens the mind, expands the soul and revitalizes the body. Now, it’s your turn.
This is a tough one, but I think I can narrow it down to two. The first is Hawaii. The last time my family went was particularly amazing because we brought the twins and stayed on O’ahu at the Disney property. Our kids still ask to go back to this day!
The second is Ireland. My husband and I went before we started our family. We backpacked and hiked around the country without concrete plans. It was a perfect vacation and a soul-seeking trip!