Sunnyside Expeditions is redefining tourism through adventure, healing and experiences with Indigenous cultures

Sunnyside Expeditions

NETHERLANDS, Feb. 22, 2022 / — Sunnyside Expeditions has embarked on a new mission within the tourism industry – CEO Blake Dyer announced today.

The boutique operator has introduced exclusive tours to the American Southwest, Northern Sweden, Costa Rica and Mongolia.

Mr. Dyer said Sunnyside Expeditions was particularly excited about his new Great American Southwest Tour, which he would accompany, with the first departure from Las Vegas, Nevada on June 7, 2022.

“This exclusive trip will experience wilderness hiking, horseback cowboy camping, sacred medicine ceremonies with Native Americans, and just about everything you need to fully experience the American West. “, Mr. Dyer said.

“At Sunnyside Expeditions, we practice sacred tourism. Sacred tourism is not just about visiting sacred places. He approaches travel as a personal growth experience, finds relevant meaning at every step, touches on ancient cultures, traditions, and even the land itself as a student. There are lessons everywhere, even in the solitude of a remote desert path”

“The itinerary alone is enough to ignite your imagination and your spirit; from hot air ballooning over Canyonlands National Park, to visiting the world’s largest living organism, an ancient Aspen Grove nicknamed “Pando”, to meditating among 1,000-foot red rock walls in little-known canyons “

“This wellness adventure is for travelers who are looking for something more in their journeys to destinations around the world. Every aspect aims to connect more deeply with the earth and its peoples and with each other. That whether through a volunteer project with the Hopi Nation, personal development exercises on the coach between destinations, or sacred medicine with Native Americans to get in deeper contact with ourselves and the nature that surrounds us.

“This tour aims to completely immerse you in the West; eat traditional local foods from the region, native desert medicines and learn from cultures that have developed deep intimate relationships with the land”

“This itinerary was created from locals who have lived in the area for thousands of years, and with the intention of fully immersing you in the world of the desert”

To entice early risers to pay a partial $500 deposit by February 15, a $500 discount will be applied to the overall trip price.

The Great American Southwest Journey is priced at $8,499 per person in a twin room; international flights are not included; conditions apply.

For more information, terms and conditions, visit

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Blake Dyer
Sunnyside Expeditions
1 (435) 225 1936
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Sunnyside Expeditions
+1 4352251936
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