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Tiny World Tours take you deeper...

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Tiny World Tours take you deeper...

 

TINY WORLD TOURS

Through unique experiences in the U.S. and around the world, Tiny World Tours brings people together in meaningful ways to help shrink our planet. We open doors to special people, places, opportunities and  transformative ideas.  You step through.

On every trip you’ll meet fascinating people such as architects, artists, archeologists, balladeers, Bedouins, beer makers, Buddhists, cheesemakers, chefs like Steve Couch, choreographers, curators, elephant mahouts, fashion designers, filmmakers, folk artists, foragers, furniture makers, game designers, geographers-at-large like Eames Demetrios, holographers, librarians, linguists, mariachis, mayors, monks, musicians, naturalists, neurosurgeons, novelists, polymaths like Doug Fitch, restauranteurs, scientists, shaman, Sherpas, storytellers, ship captains, teachers, textile makers, thespians, Tibetan Lamas, truck decorators, urban planners, zine publishers and more…

On every trip you’ll go to unique places and get behind-the-scenes at places such as the Alhambra, artist studios, astronomical observatories, bakeries, botanical gardens, cathedrals, cemeteries, circuses, coffee plantations, dancehalls, distilleries, farms, flea markets, film studios, the Fly Ranch, galleries, the Hagia Sophia, high-tech manufacturers, Hindu festivals, mosques, Kcymaerxthaere, the Noah Purifoy Outdoor Museum, onsen, private art collections, quarries, the Reichstag, ryokan, Sunnylands, the Taj Mahal, Turkish baths, vineyards, Watts Towers, zoos, and more…

On every trip you’ll taste something different such as Baklava in Istanbul, BBQ in Kansas City, Korea, Memphis, Texas, etc., beignets in New Orleans, bourbon tastings in Kentucky, breakfast tacos in Austin, Vietnamese fusion in Paris, chicken fried steak in Gruene, Texas, cava cocktails in Madrid, dosa in Karnataka, gelato in Venice, kahvalti in Istanbul, Lobster in Maine, mole in Oaxaca, Natto in Karuizawa, Okonomiyaki in Okayama, pilsner in Pilsen, tapas in Barcelona, mescal in Mexico, pizza in Naples, rijsttafel in Amsterdam, Sherpa stew near Mt Everest, smørrebrød in Kobenhavn, street food in Singapore, sushi in Tskuji, whitefish boil in Dorr County, Wisconsin, yakitori in Ueno, and more…

On Every Trip you’ll learning something new. With an emphasis on locally-focused, cross-cultural exchanges, our tours often have a thematic focus that spotlights key ingredients which make each place unique. Example trips include Adaptive Reuse in Architecture to Austin, San Antonio and the Hill Country; King Ludwig’s Castles to Germany; Total Solar Eclipse in KcyOming (that you may know as Wyoming), Change over Time in Film, Art, and Architecture in the Czech Republic; Art, Land Water in Italy; the Landscape in Modern Maine Art; Sherpa Culture in Nepal, and many more...

We initiated this project as a platform to share experiences that connect art, community, and lifelong learning through stories and photos as well through the travel experiences we offer for small groups.  You will find invitations to join us on future adventures and expeditions, as well as photos and descriptions of past experiences we've crafted, and we'll share information about people and places we encourage you to enjoy on your own. Sign up now to receive our quarterly newsletters and tour announcements. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn for other postings. Thanks for your interest!


MARK HOLZBACh

With a background in science and technology (B.A., Astrophysics, Middlebury College, M.S. MIT Media Lab) Mark co-founded Zebra Imaging, a holographic imaging startup and has his name on dozens of patents.  At age 16, he took his first trip abroad, and has since enjoyed living in Europe and Asia, and has travelled to all seven continents. By organizing unique travel experiences close to home and to remote areas of the world allows him to make authentic global connections that last a lifetime.

 

 
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Contact


Contact us at info@tinyworldtours.com

phone/text: 512.689.6777

Contact


Contact us at info@tinyworldtours.com

phone/text: 512.689.6777