Juno studied Geography at Newcastle University. During her studies, she developed a keen interest in conservation and sustainability. After graduating, she sought out an opportunity to volunteer at Kipling Camp in Kanha National Park, Central India. Here she helped with the day-to-day running of the camp, hosting the guests during their stay, and educating them about the wildlife and conservation scheme across the park. The camp was also home to Tara, the resident elephant, whom Juno would take down to the river for her daily bath.
Juno’s experience in India ignited her hunger to travel and learn more about different cultures and environments. Since then, she has always been planning her next adventure and making time to travel in her spare time. Her interest in travel led her to a career in the industry and she hasn’t looked back since.