Myths and Mountains offers personalized, experiential tours connecting adventurers to new destinations and exotic cultures

Myths and Mountains offers personalized, experiential tours connecting adventurers to new destinations and exotic cultures

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. – In the world of travel, customization is key for many adventure seekers, regardless of their age. When you take a journey halfway around the globe, your tour should not be “one size fits all” – it should be “this size fits you”. However, there are still only a small portion of tour operators that will tailor an itinerary to meet your needs instead of giving you a pre-set menu of options.

Myths and Mountains offered custom tours during a time when other operators didn’t want to take on the work of creating customized programs; today, the company has befriended local guides, restaurants and accommodations across Asia and South America, which enables them to provide the most personalized and authentic experience possible. Whether you want to meet the locals, participate in ceremonies, volunteer with organizations helping rural villages, or have dinner with the mayor of Thimphu, Bhutan, Myths and Mountains has the ability to make your travel dreams come true and inspire new ideas for future adventures.

In 2014, the CEO of a large museum in Chicago traveled to Bhutan through Myths and Mountains and was amazed at the genuine and impactful experiences the company was able to help create. Here are his remarks:

“This was the best trip Pat and I have taken since our 1979 three-month journey across Asia. Bhutan hits the ball out of the park in so many categories – one of the best guides ever, gorgeous landscape, absolutely incredible architecture at the individual house and village/district temple level. Beautiful peaceful sweet people. I’ve never been so relaxed and let my guard down so much any place on earth. The people are absolutely amazing. The dinner with the Mayor of Thimphu was amazing too. Thank you so much for arranging that meeting. Where on the planet would nomads go to their King and ask that he ban climbing on their country’s tallest mountain (4th tallest in the world) because it was sacred to them and the King says – ok – climbing there is banned. Sorry for the ramble. Just wanted you to know that you guys are the best in your business and we will remember this trip with joy and fondness for the rest of our lives.”

To find out more about the amazing opportunities Myths and Mountains has to offer, visit www.mythsandmountains.com.

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