Where There Be Dragons

Where There Be Dragons

Hours

Monday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday:
Closed
Sunday:
Closed

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5.0 - (28 reviews)
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About
Where There Be Dragons

Where There Be Dragons is located at 1905 15th St #4129 in Boulder, Colorado 80306. Where There Be Dragons can be contacted via phone at (303) 413-0822 for pricing, hours and directions.

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Questions & Answers

Q What is the phone number for Where There Be Dragons?

A The phone number for Where There Be Dragons is: (303) 413-0822.


Q Where is Where There Be Dragons located?

A Where There Be Dragons is located at 1905 15th St #4129, Boulder, CO 80306


Q What is the internet address for Where There Be Dragons?

A The website (URL) for Where There Be Dragons is: http://ALUMNI.STANFORD.ORG|WHERETHEREBEDRAGONS.COM


Q How big is Where There Be Dragons?

A Where There Be Dragons employs approximately 6-10 people.


Q Is there a key contact at Where There Be Dragons?

A You can contact Chris Yager at (303) 413-0822.


Q What days are Where There Be Dragons open?

A Where There Be Dragons is open:
Monday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed


Q How is Where There Be Dragons rated?

A Where There Be Dragons has a 5.0 Star Rating from 28 reviewers.

Key Contacts

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Chris Yager
President


Hours

Monday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday:
Closed
Sunday:
Closed

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Where There Be Dragons

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Lee Shainis on Google

image Incredible organization with high quality programs, amazing leadership, and wonderful ethics and integrity.


Alexei Jessica on Google

image Love this org!


Tabita Doujad on Google

image Where There Be Dragons is an incredible organization with instructors that are life-changing mentors and community leaders. (All three of my instructors were, along with every other Dragons instructor that I've met since.) I learned a lifetime's worth of lessons from my South America semester in 2018. I cannot recommend their programs highly enough, for many reasons. Their administrative communications (always a perfect mix of warm and professional) are excellent. Their courses provide daily unique, priceless opportunities for genuine adventures and for real connections with the folks who live in program destinations. The dynamic nature of their course itineraries allow for group-specific travel experiences that feel personally fulfilling to all involved. With a combination of flexibility and solid, supportive structure, my Dragons course allowed me to build the foundational skills I needed to learn to travel on my own. Lastly, the critical cross-cultural questions that Dragons embraces make this gap year organization stand out among others in the field. I traveled with Dragons in the hopes of learning about my role and impact as an American traveler and aspiring global citizen, and the questions that we unearthed during our course have remained important to my life and continue to motivate me today. Two years after my trip, still not a day goes by that my Dragons experience is not present in my life. Where There Be Dragons rocks!!


Estefania Contreras on Google

image I’ve done two Summer dragon programs, one in Nepal and one in Myanmar. Although vastly different programs, I learned something about the world and myself in both trips. Something I love about Dragons is their value on diverse thinking methods. They teach you new ways to see the world in ways you’ve never dreamed of understanding. Both trips brought me closer to nature, to people, and to myself. I am extremely grateful to Dragons, specially for giving me a scholarship (twice!) to go on their programs. Dragons is a life changing experience, and is only recommended if your willing to have your mindset permentaly changed and if you’re open to new possibilities in life. Another amazing thing about Dragons is their views on other cultures. In my search for study abroad programs I always found a common trait in all of them: the superiority complex they all seem to have, the volunteering aspect is the most common. But Dragons accepts that we are students in this foreign country, and the people deserve all our respect. We are there to learn from them, not to fix them. The goal should be to exchange ideas and discover another way of life that is equally valid to the western lifestyle we are used to. Dragons perfectly imbodies respect, curiosity, and adventure. 10/10 recommend!!


Claire Brady on Google

image One of the most positively impactful decisions I have ever made was to choose to go on the Where There Be Dragons trip to India this summer. I spent a month in the Ladakh region of Northern India, in the Himalayas, with a wonderful group of instructors and fellow students. Where There Be Dragons is an amazing organization that puts a big emphasis on mindful travel, experiential learning, and understanding the culture and environment one is in. This summer, I learned so much about my impact as an individual and the communities in which I was in. I could not recommend this organization enough (and the North India trip!) to anyone who is interesting in a life-changing, thought-provoking, and beautiful adventure.


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Lee Shainis on Google

image Incredible organization with high quality programs, amazing leadership, and wonderful ethics and integrity.


Alexei Jessica on Google

image Love this org!


Tabita Doujad on Google

image Where There Be Dragons is an incredible organization with instructors that are life-changing mentors and community leaders. (All three of my instructors were, along with every other Dragons instructor that I've met since.) I learned a lifetime's worth of lessons from my South America semester in 2018. I cannot recommend their programs highly enough, for many reasons. Their administrative communications (always a perfect mix of warm and professional) are excellent. Their courses provide daily unique, priceless opportunities for genuine adventures and for real connections with the folks who live in program destinations. The dynamic nature of their course itineraries allow for group-specific travel experiences that feel personally fulfilling to all involved. With a combination of flexibility and solid, supportive structure, my Dragons course allowed me to build the foundational skills I needed to learn to travel on my own. Lastly, the critical cross-cultural questions that Dragons embraces make this gap year organization stand out among others in the field. I traveled with Dragons in the hopes of learning about my role and impact as an American traveler and aspiring global citizen, and the questions that we unearthed during our course have remained important to my life and continue to motivate me today. Two years after my trip, still not a day goes by that my Dragons experience is not present in my life. Where There Be Dragons rocks!!


Estefania Contreras on Google

image I’ve done two Summer dragon programs, one in Nepal and one in Myanmar. Although vastly different programs, I learned something about the world and myself in both trips. Something I love about Dragons is their value on diverse thinking methods. They teach you new ways to see the world in ways you’ve never dreamed of understanding. Both trips brought me closer to nature, to people, and to myself. I am extremely grateful to Dragons, specially for giving me a scholarship (twice!) to go on their programs. Dragons is a life changing experience, and is only recommended if your willing to have your mindset permentaly changed and if you’re open to new possibilities in life. Another amazing thing about Dragons is their views on other cultures. In my search for study abroad programs I always found a common trait in all of them: the superiority complex they all seem to have, the volunteering aspect is the most common. But Dragons accepts that we are students in this foreign country, and the people deserve all our respect. We are there to learn from them, not to fix them. The goal should be to exchange ideas and discover another way of life that is equally valid to the western lifestyle we are used to. Dragons perfectly imbodies respect, curiosity, and adventure. 10/10 recommend!!


Claire Brady on Google

image One of the most positively impactful decisions I have ever made was to choose to go on the Where There Be Dragons trip to India this summer. I spent a month in the Ladakh region of Northern India, in the Himalayas, with a wonderful group of instructors and fellow students. Where There Be Dragons is an amazing organization that puts a big emphasis on mindful travel, experiential learning, and understanding the culture and environment one is in. This summer, I learned so much about my impact as an individual and the communities in which I was in. I could not recommend this organization enough (and the North India trip!) to anyone who is interesting in a life-changing, thought-provoking, and beautiful adventure.


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