Myths and Mountains Announces Five Adventures for Solo Savvy Travelers
People who are traveling alone can join these tours to see the world while taking advantage of shared services that keep tour costs down
Discover the Mysteries of Chile to Easter Island
On this tour, travelers journey five hours from Santiago, Chile by plane to Easter Island, also known as Rapa Nui, one of the world’s most remote and fascinating archeological sites in the world. Guests will be inspired as they interact with modern descendants of the ancient warriors who inhabited this island hundreds of years ago.
Explore the Crafts, People, and Wildlife of Tanzania
Solo travelers have an opportunity to witness the amazing biodiversity of Northern Tanzania on this adventure tour. In addition to day and evening game drives to seek out the Big 5 and witness the Great Migration, visitors will have an opportunity to attend an interpretive lecture about the “cradle of mankind” – the Olduvai Gorge. Guests also meet a Masaai elder and descend into the famous Ngorongoro Crater - an extinct volcano rife with wildlife.
Journey to the Mountains and Monasteries of Nepal
The Solu area of Nepal boasts beautiful views of Mount Everest, Shorung Yu La, Kanteiga as well as some of Nepal's most interesting monasteries, friendly Sherpas, and trekking routes that see few other tourists. This tour offers travelers the chance to hike through the majestic landscape of Solu. Highlights include a visit to Chiwong monastery, an exploration of a Hindu and Buddhist pilgrimage glacial lake at the base of Shorung Yu La, visits to Phaplu and Kathmandu, and more.
Savor the Tastes of Ladakh
For travelers that have limited time but want to experience the Himalayas and one of its most well-preserved Buddhist cultures, this short excursion to Ladakh is an ideal option. After a day in Delhi, guests journey to Leh, the capital of Ladakh, or “Little Tibet”. Here guests spend a week visiting the different monasteries and participating in one of the many summer festivals. Along the way, travelers can visit with the shaman, stay in a local home and explore the fascinating blend of the Buddhist and Muslim cultures.
Uncover the Diversity of Bhutan
Where most travelers go halfway through Bhutan to Bumthang, Across Bhutan takes travelers from Paro in the west all the way across the country to Samdrup Johgkar in the east on an exploration that introduces adventurers to Bhutan’s incredible diversity. Along the journey, guests stay with families or in small hotels, visit monasteries and participate in festivals, spend time in local hospitals, explore markets, and meet with the artisans and local people.
For more information about booking a solo tour with Myths and Mountains, visit www.mythsandmountains.com .
About Myths and Mountains
Founded in 1988 by veteran adventurer Toni Neubauer, Myths and Mountains fosters intimate cross-cultural experiences. The company’s tours are designed to take travelers to the very heart of the places they are visiting, whether that means trekking the remote passes of Bhutan or learning traditional medicine from the shamans of the Amazon. These efforts have established a solid place for Myths and Mountains in the adventure travel industry; the company was chosen as one of National Geographic Adventure’s Best Adventure Travel Companies in 2009 and won Travel + Leisure’s 2010 Global Vision Award. Their innovative “Untamed Cambodia” tour was selected as a “Tour of a Lifetime” for 2013 by National Geographic Traveler. Dr. Neubauer herself has been chosen as a Top Travel Specialist by Condé Nast Traveler four times. Myths and Mountains is also a member of Trusted Adventures, a consortium of award-winning companies matching active travelers with over 350 unique trips walking, rafting, cycling and trekking in over 85 destinations worldwide.
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