Where will you travel this Fall?
Off the radar suggestions from Myths and Mountains
INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — Award-winning experiential tour operator Myths and Mountains, known for its culturally immersive itineraries, has some fabulous and creative suggestions for international fall travel. With summer winding down, perhaps it’s time to think about a new destination to celebrate autumn. Two countries that may be off the radar are worthy of consideration.
South America's hidden gem, Ecuador, is full of great markets and interesting villages and of course, it's home to its namesake, the Equator. While most famous for the Galapagos Islands, travelers also fall in love with the mainland's gracious and friendly people, small towns filled with cobblestone streets and gold churches and everywhere, mountains and volcanoes and waterfalls! This nine-day adventure celebrates Ecuador’s rich heritage and spectacular landscapes. You’ll take back roads and follow trails to find the Real Ecuador, the Insider’s Ecuador. http://mythsandmountains.com/trip/insiders-ecuador-markets-trains-and-village-life/
On the other side of the world lies Cambodia, the gateway to the Angkor Archeological Park, a “living” UNESCO World Heritage Site where people live and work. Myths and Mountains especially recommends an innovative “Temple Safari” program. Guests stay in luxury safari tents near a temple such as Kol Ker, enabling them to clamber around at sunrise before the tourist invasion, and at sunset when the tourists return to fancy hotels. Of course the climax of any visit to Cambodia is Angkor Wat, the world-renowned masterpiece of the Khmer Culture. http://mythsandmountains.com/2016/08/which-way-to-angkor-wat/
Many other options beckon the fall traveler including Bhutan, Argentina, Viet Nam and Machu Picchu all of which are carefully curated by the experienced team of travel experts at Myths and Mountains.
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About Myths and Mountains
Veteran adventurer Dr. Antonia Neubauer founded Myths and Mountains in 1988 to foster intimate cross-cultural experiences, offering tours designed to take travelers to the very heart of the places they visit. The company’s mission to provide handcrafted, experiential journeys has created a solid place for Myths and Mountains in the adventure travel industry. They were named as Trusted Travel Experts on the 2016 Wendy Perrin WOW List; Allie Almario is the WOW expert for Ecuador and the Galapagos, while Dr. Neubauer is the WOW expert for Bhutan, Nepal and now Myanmar. Dr. Neubauer has also been Condé Nast Traveler’s Nepal Top Travel Specialist since 2011. They were named one of “50 Tours of a Lifetime” – National Geographic Traveler, 2013 and 2015. Myths and Mountains was presented the 2015 Legacy in Travel Philanthropy Award from Tourism Cares.
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