Through Artist's Eyes: Deborah Hay at Berlin's Tanz im August Dance Festival

Through Artist's Eyes: Deborah Hay at Berlin's Tanz im August Dance Festival

Tanz im August, one of the top international festivals celebrating contemporary dance, will celebrate Deborah Hay and her work with a RE-perspective from 1968 to the present, including two premieres. Tiny World Tours invites you to join Deborah in an intimate group experience that includes three nights in Berlin, a rehearsal, a talk with Deborah and the festival’s artistic director, the festival opening premier performance, a dinner, and art and architectural walking tours of Berlin.

Through Architects' Eyes: Berlin Buildings, Berlin Stories

Through Architects' Eyes: Berlin Buildings, Berlin Stories

Celebrate the 100 Anniversary year of the Bauhaus with a unique “Berlin Stories” Adventure that will be celebrate the area’s vibrant and historic architectural, and arts and cultural scenes in Berlin and Dessau.

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Kcymaerexthaere Monuments in Bhutan and Nepal with Eames Demetrios

Kcymaerexthaere Monuments in Bhutan and Nepal with Eames Demetrios

Accompany Geographer-at-Large Eames Demetrios on a journey to view installed Kcymaerxthaere monuments in the Solukhumbu region of Nepal (near Mt Everest) and to select future sites in Bhutan.

Walking Western Bhutan: Autumn

Walking Western Bhutan: Autumn

This seven day / six night fall tour will center around the enchanting cultural and natural riches of Western Bhutan.

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Walking Nepal: Mt Everest Region in Autumn

Walking Nepal: Mt Everest Region in Autumn

Come experience the hospitality of ethnic Sherpas and Tibetan Buddhist Monasteries in the Mt Everest region of Nepal and the capital city, Kathmandu (KTM). A visit here can also be combined with a visit to nearby magical Bhutan. 

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Autumn Walking Japan: Past, Present, and Future

Autumn Walking Japan: Past, Present, and Future

Autumn is a delightful time to visit Japan's countryside and the cities on foot. On this tour, we'll traverse Japan's rural and urban past, present, and future on foot. Participants will become acutely aware of various cultural contrasts and contradictions, and through discussion we'll explore how these are resolved.

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Walking Eastern Bhutan

Walking Eastern Bhutan

This thirteen day / twelve night tour highlights the treasures of magical and remote Eastern Bhutan.

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Walking Mexico: Surrealist Garden "Las Pozas" in Xilitla

Walking Mexico: Surrealist Garden "Las Pozas" in Xilitla

Experienced guides will lead this group of like-minded art adventurers to the acre 80 Las Pozas surrealist garden. The journey will begin and end in the historic colonial city of Queretaro with optional extensions to Mexico City and San Miguel de Allende.

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Walking Jordan: Spring

Walking Jordan: Spring

Join Tiny World Tours as we spend 6 days / 7 nights exploring some of the world's oldest and most untouched treasures. You will feel yourself in the presence of thousands of years of history and will be able to imagine yourself back in time.

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Louisville Weekend of Theater, Art, & Cuisine

Louisville Weekend of Theater, Art, & Cuisine

Join a small group (limited to 12) on a magical tour of Louisville's unique theater, art, and culinary treasures under the expert personal guidance of Dana and Mark.

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Through Artists' Eyes: Japanese Nature and Culture Tour

Through Artists' Eyes: Japanese Nature and Culture Tour

From March 30th through April 10th, 2020 (during the usual cherry blossom bloom viewing season), this small tour group will be focused on Japanese Contemporary Art. This tour will benefit from the connections and insights Mark & Dana gained over the five year we resided in Japan during the 1990s.

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