Group Lead Tours

New York

New York City New York City
Duration: 3 Days
Scale: 1 - 18 people
From: New York City
Tour size: 18
To: New York City
Categories: Group Lead Tour
Transportations: Airfare not Included
New York City - This is a walking tour with a focus of pointing out Tartaria structure and the mud flood that whipped them out. Join us through the city exploring the same sights that you may have been to or not with a different eye for detail.

All our tours start with a meditation.  Over the course of the three days we will find strategic sports around the city to conenct with the vibration of NYC.

We will be staying at Woldorf-Astoria (was in built by the tartarians?)

We will begin our Tour in Park.

Day 1 - Friday 

Little Italy

Jump on the Subway and make your way to Canal Street to check out Little Italy.

One of the most common misconceptions people have about Little Italy is that the only thing that’s worth visiting in the place is the amazing food.

In fact, there are plenty of things to see and do in Little Italy that are just as great as anywhere else.

Here, you will also find some of trendiest clothing stores in New York, as well as some of the best bars in the city.

If you’re lucky to catch the annual Feast of San Gennaro held during September, visiting Little Italy will definitely become one of your favourite things to do in New York.

Day 2. Woolworth building/ Empire State Building and mud flood evidence

Cross the Brooklyn Bridge

Starting from Wall Street it’s only a short walk to get to the Brooklyn Bridge, and no trip to the city would be complete without walking it.

Empire State Building

Grab a taxi or walk the 1 mile to the Empire State Building for a step back into New York history from atop one of the most famous buildings in the world.

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Lunch, free time to discover and then meet up for a meditation and discussion in closing. 

The Metropolitan Museum of Art (commonly referred to as ‘The Met’, is one of the most visited art galleries in the world and housed in a stunning building constructed in 1874.

The Met has over 250,000 works of art on display and it showcases over 5,000 years of art.

Here you’ll find works from Ancient Egypt, the Middle Ages, and even Japan, but also American Art from the 17th century to the present day.

Day 3.  Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island

Visiting the Statue of Liberty will take most of your afternoon, but it’s one of the most satisfying places to see in the city.

The Statue of Liberty is one of those true New York City icons, with the famous ‘Lady Liberty’ representing freedom and opportunity for millions of overseas immigrants throughout the years.

Sent over as a gift to the United States from France in the 19th century, the State of Liberty was dedicated on October 28th, 1886 and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Closing with a group session of our weekend expereinces and observations. 

Lunch near Wall St. 

 Trinity Church - Wall St. 

Once you’re back from you’re great tour to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island it’s time to hit up another major New York City attraction – Wall Street!











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