we are ed, megha, and james.
We're the founders of Journee. We were frustrated with the travel industry. Booking a trip yourself is a time-consuming and painful experience. And everyone ends up going to the same places and doing the same things. With Journee, we've created a way for you to go on an adventure you never knew you needed. All we need is 10 minutes of your time to fill in our questionnaire.
How do we know it works? We tested it on ourselves first! We matched James to Indonesia and he had an incredible time. The rest is history, as they say.
Our trips are as good as they are because of the amazing team behind them. Every destination we send people to has been explored by at least one of the Journee team.
Most unique travel memory: Going to the top of Mount Etna in Sicily. 3km upwards, it was cold, misty, barren and exactly how I'd imagine Mars would be.
Most unique travel memory: Spotting a polar bear devour a whale in the wild in Svalbard!
Most unique travel memory: Climbing into the Ijen crater in Indonesia. It was dark, there was heavy rain and we wore gas masks for the final descent.
Most unique travel memory: Spending 48 hours alone in the mountains in southern Alaska. I had no watch, books or music. It was also summer so the sun never set!
Most unique travel memory: Visiting a Maasai Village in the middle of Kenya's Rift Valley!
Most unique travel memory: Hitchhiking from Honduras to Guatemala. It spanned 2 days, 12 rides and so many kind Hondurans!
Most unique travel memory: Snorkelling in the Great Barrier Reef. It was amazing to be so immersed in nature.
Most unique travel memory: Getting lost somewhere near the Albanian / North Macedonian border while hitchhiking through Europe with my friend.
Most unique travel memory: A 12 hour train journey across India with friends, where I enjoyed the travel more than the destination!
Most unique travel memory: Trekking 10km to the top of Triund in Himachal Pradesh. It felt like I was walking on the clouds!
Most unique travel memory: Getting lost in Tallinn's Old Town and joining a local's birthday party in a taxidermy-themed bar. We even led everyone in a conga line!
Most unique travel memory: Snorkelling between 2 continental plates (Europe & North America) at the Silfra Fissure in Iceland in 4 degree water.
Most unique travel memory: Going on a 10 day meditation retreat where we couldn't talk or even make eye contact with other people!
Most unique travel memory: Trekking to the top of Solang Valley in Himachal Pradesh and getting stuck for hours as it rained heavily - it was scary, but also a beautiful experience.
Most unique travel memory: Climbing a snow-covered mountain in Rohtang, India and having the most beautiful view despite the treacherous conditions!
Most unique travel memory: Trekking to the frozen Sarpass Lake in Himachal Pradesh at 14,000 ft. We passed pine forests, magnificent meadows and snow-capped mountains!
Most unique travel memory: Camping at Lake Chandratal, under a million stars and nobody around. It felt like the most beautiful dream I could have.
Most unique travel memory: Trekking in Munnar, Kerala where all I could see were lush-green tea garden valleys and breathtaking lakes. It was truly mesmerising.
Most unique travel memory: Horseback riding in the early hours of the morning to enjoy the sunrise, tranquillity and serenity of Nandi Hills (near Bangalore).
Most unique travel memory: The snow-capped mountains of Ladakh, India, where I took in majestic aerial views and found art in the props of nature.