Errin Mixon

GeoEx staff Director of Asia, Errin Mixon, with eagle hunter in Kyrgyzstan.

Director for Asia

Raised by a family of non-travelers, Errin never dreamed she’d even see Asia—until she fell into the travel industry, quite by accident, in 2006. Amazed at how large the world is, she’s delighted to have found her travel legs. They've taken her climbing up cliffs in scenic Bhutan, traipsing through temples in Southeast Asia, and sampling spices across India. She picked up fierce bartering skills in Egypt's souks, prayed with pilgrims in Tibet, wandered through parts of Nepal and China, and traced the Silk Road from Turkmenistan through Uzbekistan to Kyrgyzstan. She’s even convinced her family to apply for passports.

"The variety of this vast continent is staggering in terms of both landscapes and cultures," Errin says. "I love working with GeoEx travelers, finding out where they've been and what they have in mind for their next adventure, and then putting it together for them." The majority of her time is spent arranging and fine-tuning Group Trips, such as Himalayan Kingdoms, Heart of Indochina, and From Taj to Tiger, but she also delights in drawing from her wide-ranging Asia knowledge to choreograph Custom Trips for guests who wish to travel privately.

“Errin was super fabulous! She was my first point of contact for questions and I received timely, complete answers. Excellent service!” – P.C.

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