Thank you for choosing Tartarus Tours for your next unforgettable vacation! Whether you’re traveling solo or with a loved one, we guarantee a trip you won’t soon forget. With this guide, we’ll highlight the most scenic and historic landmarks of Tartarus, from the River Styx to the Drakon Swamp to the ever popular Doors of Death.
Follow our advice, and by the end of your vacation, you’re going to wish to you could stay down here forever. Which is perfect, because that’s what most visitors do anyway!
Pack Only the Essentials
Once you arrive in Tartarus, you’ll be spending a lot of time on your feet. So, it’s best to pack light. A toothbrush, travel-size shampoo, deodorant, nectar, ultra-maximum strength body lotion, and a fully functioning portable oxygen tank are about all you need. Leave that pesky phone charger at home!
However, just a reminder: we are not liable if your toothbrush suddenly goes missing. Certain locals are in desperate need of dental hygiene.
Leave Behind the Extra Baggage
The most important thing to bring to Tartarus? A good attitude. This section of the underworld is a popular destination for young lovers, but we’ve seen many of them break down and crack under the pressure, even while visiting such wonderful sights as the Poison Meadows and the Forest of Curses. This is most likely due to unresolved issues at home. So please, respect your surroundings and don’t bring any bad vibes. Remember, the proliferation of eternal misery is our job, not yours.
Take Your Time Sightseeing
With so many landmarks to see and people to meet, building a schedule that carves out enough time for all of Tartarus’s unforgettable experiences can be a challenge. Daily swamp battles between the Gigantes and drakons, guided tours through the Mansion of Night, a nice, relaxing float down the Delta of Despair . . . so much to do and so little time, right?
But we’re here to tell you that once you arrive, you’ll feel like time has slipped away, to the point where it feels like your departure date will never come. This is partially the result of all the fun you’ll be having, and partially caused by the lack of natural sunlight. Don’t believe us? Read some of these recent reviews:
I have completely lost all sense of time and place!
There’s no way of telling if I’ve been here for days or for years! I feel as though my mind is slipping away from me!
Why are you just standing there asking me questions? Please help me get out of here!
Wow! Sounds like those people are having an amazing time. You can tell by how loud they’re yelling.
Don’t Harass the Locals
Don’t be fooled by all the commotion, though. The locals here in Tartarus prefers to be left alone. You may want to strike up a chat with a Cyclops, or pet a drakon, but please wait for them to approach you first. Many of our monsters have been traumatized by time spent in the mortal world, so it’s best to give them some space.
As for other visitors, please pay them no mind. They may try to convince you to “help them escape,” but most likely, they’re just trying to pull a scam and ruin your vacation.
Most Important, Don’t Complain About Your Accommodations
For your sake, let’s just say the upper management of Tartarus doesn’t take kindly to negative reviews. At least not since a recent incident involving a couple of petulant, lying demigods and a case of stolen Death Mist.
Remember, Tartarus is a place of fun within a rigid, structured order. If you’re planning on coming here to spread chaos, well . . . why not actually just visit the void of Chaos instead? We hear it’s much cheaper to book a room there anyway.
Want to see more of Tartarus? Take a trip down here with Nico di Angelo and Will Solace when The Sun and the Star hits stores on 5/2!