Tyler Dillon Today Condé Nast Traveler magazine made official what we at Butterfield & Robinson have known for years, naming our very own Tyler Dillon a Top Travel Specialist for Myanmar.

Formerly B&R’s Regional Director for Myanmar, Tyler has spent seven years working, researching, riding and forging connections in the country where he says “magic still exists.” In addition to both designing and guiding trips in Myanmar, he’s spearheaded a house-building project that’s provided 50 homes for families in Inle Lake, a region close to his heart.

“Wow, what an honour!” Tyler said. “Travel is a passion, and a mentality, and being picked to be a part of this collection of travel specialists by Wendy Perrin, who shares this passion, is the highest form of flattery. It’s refreshing to be a part of a group that is in it for the love, adventure and magic of travel!”


Wow, what an honour! Travel is a passion, and a mentality. Being picked for this list is the highest form of flattery.
— Tyler Dillon

See for Yourself

Here is a nation that, for many, feels largely undiscovered, yet is one of the gems of Southeast Asia—and one of the most extraordinary trips in B&R’s long history.

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Compiled by editor Wendy Perrin, Condé Nast Traveler’s Top Travel Specialists Collection selects “those private travel designers worldwide who represent the best combination of expertise, access, and value.”

“None have paid a dime to be included here; membership cannot be bought,” the magazine explains on its website. “The resulting collection of approved travel counselors is the most respected and trusted in the travel industry.”

Click here to see the magazine’s profile of Tyler. (Oh, and of course, CONGRATS TYLER!)




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