A developed aesthetic taste is what's necessary to design great itineraries. This makes them hits that everyone wants to experience again and again. So far, we have sold over 500,000 tickets to happiness – our spiritually supercharged sightseeing tours that we designed and conduct on four continents. Many of them have been repeated by thousands of customers two, five, even eight times. Our undisputed record holder is Galina Stolina. This amazing lady has been with us to the Grand Canyon eight times, and to California national parks - six!
She says, there is beauty, harmony and balance in our tours. And that they make her feel younger.
We have twenty-seven years of experience and hereditary skills in innovation and management.
We work with some of the best guides and drivers, many of whom are not attainable in the budget market.
All our tours are designed according to the vision and the morals of our founder and spiritual leader
Dr. Joseph Shainsky, who has always put service to humanity ahead of his own interests!
Dr. Joseph Shainsky was one of the prominent representatives of the Shainsky dynasty, which, over its traceable 100-year history, gave the world some interesting people. Among them are legendary composer Vladimir Shainsky, I.J. Shainsky, Dr. Joseph Shainsky, Mikhail I. Shainsky, Jacob B. Shainsky, Irina Shainsky and more. All of them were united by one common quality: they never engaged in just making money. Their activities have always benefited society and they've always been pioneers in their fields.
The Shainskys, who have made a notable contribution to changing the world for the better.
Dr. Joseph Shainsky, MD. Born 1929 in the USSR, died 2008 in Los Angeles, California). Director of CDC (Centers for Disease Control UzSSR.)
He is widely regarded as the founder of the Russian-American intellectual tourism. Dr. Joseph Shainsky is remembered by many, including for his contribution to the discovery of the beauty of the national parks in North America: on the West Coast of the United States, in New England, the Canadian Rockies, Alaska, and the Colorado Rockies. A beauty that he passionately loved and just as passionately shared with others. In the former Soviet Union, Dr. Joseph Shainsky saved lives, prevented and helped to stop epidemics, taught young doctors, conducted scientific research; he frequently appeared on the radio, television and in print; Prof. Minna Shainsky, his wife and soulmate of 50 years joked, that if the children wanted to see their father - they turned on the TV. Dr. Joseph Shainsky was a recepient of many government awards and the colonel of the Medical Corps. After retiring and moving to Los Angeles, he co-founded Sunnyside Tours, Inc. - a tour company, where he worked as the itineraries designer and volunteer guide until the end of his life.
Dr. Joseph Shainsky's fourty-two tour itineraries continue helping numerous travelers to discover America and the world.
Dr. Joseph Shainsky Foundation℠ (DJSF℠,) a 501 c(3) nonprofit was established on
February 27, 2012 in Los Angeles, California. Its mission is to continue legacy of Dr. Joseph Shainsky by delivering the transcendent moments of happiness to the military veterans and their families, senior, underrepresented and disabled citizens - through life-affirming free sightseeing tours and affordable musical productions. Also, DJSF℠ administers the Annual Community Treasure Award℠ for the outstanding contributions to the wellbeing of the community.
Dr. Joseph Shainsky Foundation℠ is a member of the annual San Fernando Valley Veterans Day Parade in Los Angeles, California.
Vladimir Shainsky (1925 - 2017.) Legendary composer.
Israel J. Shainsky (1900-1987).
he is considered to be the founder of the textile industry of Uzbekistan and the father of khan-atlas.
I.J. Shainsky was the first to establish industrial production of the valuable khan-atlas fabric, which brought joy to the homes of millions of central Asian women. After being a cavalry commander, he arrived in Uzbekistan in 1928 with a mandate from the Central Government of Russia and the passion so typical of the Shainskys, and immediately set to work. Textile enterprises built and operated under his leadership in Tashkent, Namangan, Margelan, Kokand, Fergana and Bukhara continue to produce beautiful fabrics and bring happy smiles to millions of homes. He has received numerous government awards.
Mikhail I. Shainsky (born 1933). Chief Engineer and VP of NPO Technologist in Tashkent. One of the founders of the heavy engineering industry in Uzbekistan. When in 1960 he came to work at GPKTBM (which later became NPO Technologist), he saw two barracks in the field. With his participation and, then under his leadership, the organization grew to four and a half thousand employees and turned into one of the flagship scientific and production centers of the country's engineering, which made an invaluable contribution to the development of technologies and the entire economy of the Soviet Union. He was awarded the Order of the Red Banner of Labor, the Order of the Badge of Honor and other government awards.
Jacob B. Shainsky (father of composer Vladimir Shainsky). Director of the Highly Classified Moscow VNII GIPROKauchuk, father of the Soviet synthetic rubber, winner of two Stalin Prizes (for the development of synthetic rubber and the launch of a Kazan city manufacturing plant.) Tires on cars, trucks, armored personnel carriers, airplanes, cannons and other military and civilian equipment made from artificial rubber, that was developed under his leadership during the Second World War saved and subsequently improved the lives of millions of Soviet people.
Irina Shainsky, MD (aunt of composer Vladimir Shainsky.) War hero. Director of the Vitebsk Military Hospital, Belorussia; lieutenant of Medical Corps, recepient of the Order of the Patriotic War of the Second Degree. During WWII, in German-occupied Vitebsk, in the infectious diseases ward of her hospital, risking her life, she sheltered and subsequently rescued hundreds of Soviet soldiers and officers, disguised as plague-infected.