Antonia Neubauer Named Condé Nast Travel Specialist in India, Bhutan and Nepal

December 1st, 2017 by

Thank You Condé Nast

Conde Nast Travel Specialist

I’m very excited to share the news that, as President and founder of Myths and Mountains, I have once again made the list of Condé Nast Traveler’s Top Travel Specialists — this time for India, and, for the 7th year in a row, for Bhutan and Nepal as well.

The competition among our industry partners is stiff every year. I’m thrilled that Myths and Mountains has consistently come out on top. Without doubt, one reason we are a standout is the cultural authenticity of our trips.

As a Condé Nast Traveler put it, “her trips go way off the beaten track into villages for homestays that give you an unvarnished look at real life in the countryside.”

Travel Specialist India Nepal and Bhutan

More Great Adventures Ahead!

For me, travel is personal and local. Myths and Mountains staff and I have extensively traveled in all the countries in which we work, getting to know the nooks and crannies as well as the people and places of interest. We work only with guides who come from the regions Myths and Mountains visits, and, over the years, I’ve developed a rich rapport with the local people and community leaders. They are friends and family to me and to all of us at Myths and Mountains.

As a result, Myths and Mountains’ travelers always feel welcome. Our visitors come home with more than beautiful photos of a destination. They’ve experienced life and created incredible memories. To quote one of our guests, “I have traveled all over the world, but this is the first time I have truly traveled in the world.”

I am grateful to Condé Nast Traveler for the recognition, to our incredible, hardworking staff for making the recognition possible, and to you, our guests, for your enthusiasm for exploring the “real” worlds of India, Bhutan, and Nepal as well as other countries of Asia and Southeast Asia.

Antonia Neubauer
President, Myths and Mountains

Condé Nast Travel Specialist for India, Bhutan and Nepal

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