Butterfield & Robinson Releases New Trips with World Monuments Fund

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Butterfield & Robinson, the world’s premier active travel company, adds to its portfolio of exclusive and educational trips to the world’s most treasured places in partnership with World Monuments Fund (WMF), the foremost non-profit organization devoted to the preservation of cultural heritage sites around the world.

Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Angkor Wat, Cambodia

We believe in going in deep and off the beaten path to reveal a destination’s true character...so the partnership with the WMF was a natural fit.

Combining the education and exclusivity of World Monuments Fund with the experiential travel and cultural immersion for which B&R has long been known, the two organizations have released new trips that feature behind-the-scenes tours and insider access to some of the world’s most treasured sites, including China’s Forbidden City, Cambodia’s Angkor Wat and Rome’s Palazzo Farnese.

“With a motto like, ‘Slow down to see the world,’ we’ve genuinely believed in and practiced the virtues of responsible and sustainable tourism for decades,” says B&R President Norman Howe. “We believe in going in deep and off the beaten path to reveal a destination’s true character and send our travellers home enlightened, so the partnership with the WMF was a natural fit.”

Designed to celebrate the 50th anniversary of WMF, the new trips journey through Rome, China, Myanmar, Cambodia and Paris, adding to the list of recent and popular experiences in London and Andalucia.

Butterfield & Robinson—the world’s premier active travel company—designs incredible journeys to the world’s most amazing places. Crafted from the finest ingredients (exceptional lodgings, incomparable access, stellar wines and food, experienced guides and more than a few secrets), B&R trips combine adventure with unparalleled cultural immersion in the world’s greatest destinations.

For more information on this trip and more visit http://www.butterfield.com and http://www.wmf.org.

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