In response to the impact of Covid-19 on the travel industry, Indagare has launched a new program designed to bring the world to you through virtual travel offerings. The Indagare Global Classroom is a series of group and private programs, including virtual tours, hands-on workshops and tastings, family-friendly experiences and immersive lectures with Q&A sessions developed in partnership with our top guides, insiders and specialists around the world. We have tapped into our extensive network to enable special access to high-quality, authentic travel experiences during this challenging time when you (and our on-the-ground experts) are at home, but still craving global stimulation. In addition to our live community offerings, private experiences can be arranged—for special celebrations like birthday parties, bachelorettes and family gatherings; as gifts; and as corporate programs for engaging your employees or clients. In tandem, our founder Melissa Biggs Bradley will also be leading Global Conversations, a series of live talks with some of the most inspiring people she has met through her travels. Select conversations are made available for download afterwards on the Indagare Podcast. We are also thrilled to announce our year-long Indagare Clubs, which build on our live Global Classroom sessions and offer unique opportunities for small groups of like-minded travelers to connect and pursue passions—like cooking, design, fashion and art—together, with monthly virtual meetings.
These programs are open to Indagare Members and Subscribers and their friends, and they stream live via Zoom. All sign-ups are first-come, first-served; however, Indagare Members are given priority access to our club programs. We will send instructions on how to join on Zoom following sign-up (it’s easy—we promise!). New programming is being added regularly. Some sessions are free of charge. Those with a fee help support our global partners or their non-profit foundations during this time when global travel is limited. Contact us for more information.
Explore our programming and sign up below. We look forward to seeing you soon…live on Zoom!
How does travel shape our lives and who we become? On Indagare Global Conversations, our founder and CEO Melissa Biggs Bradley introduces you to some of the most extraordinary people she has met through her travels. Listen, learn and be transported as she talks with innovative entrepreneurs and activists, filmmakers and authors, tastemakers and conservationists from around the world. Plus: Missed us live? You can now download our favorite episodes when you subscribe to the Indagare Global Conversations Podcast, available for streaming on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Stitcher. New episodes are being added weekly.
NEW! RSVP NOW – UPCOMING CONVERSATIONS:
Global Conversation with Sustainable Tourism Leaders Jaisal and Anjali Singh
Wednesday, December 2 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. ET. Sign up here.
When the world went on lockdown, we all began to consider how and why we travel more seriously than ever before—but Jaisal Singh has been examining the impact of travel on our environment for the last two decades. At just 21 years old, Jaisal built one of the very first eco-conscious luxury safari tented camps in India—Sher Bagh on the edge of the famed Ranthambore Tiger Reserve—and with his wife, Anjali, they expanded the brand, SUJÁN, internationally, adding SUJÁN The Serai (Jaisalmer), SUJÁN JAWAI (Jawai Bandh) and Elephant Pepper Camp (Masai Mara, Kenya). The Singhs are now globally recognized as pioneers in India’s conservation tourism efforts—as well as the minds behind some of the finest hotels in the world. Anjali has also been recognized by Forbes as one of the 12 young female business leaders on the rise in Asia (as of 2016). Join Melissa Biggs Bradley in conversation with this power couple next week for their perspective on traveling responsibly—as well as the future of hospitality and sustainability in India, what to know about Indian tourism and culture (should you be planning a trip for the future) and, of course, the majestic Ranthambore tigers.
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PLUS: STREAM PAST CONVERSATIONS ON OUR PODCAST.
Our brand-new Indagare Clubs offer unique opportunities for small groups of like-minded members to pursue passions and explore destinations together, virtually, every month. With our series of year-long programs, you can enjoy curated lectures, engaging discussions, private interactive tours and behind-the-scenes access on the subjects you love. We are currently offering Clubs for art, cooking, design and fashion; new Clubs for cocktails, history and more will launch in 2021.
From the art of wine or tequila tasting to the history of the African safari or Vincent van Gogh, the options for your next private virtual event are endless. Book an art history or cooking session with one of our top guides for one-on-one learning (an especially popular choice for at-risk travelers who are currently homebound) or gather a small group of friends or family for a festive night in. Additionally, any of our virtual programs can be booked for group celebrations like birthday parties, holidays and other special occasions like anniversaries and bachelorettes. Private classes can also be given as a gift! Purchase a gift card here.
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With remote work booming all over the world, Indagare is now offering private Global Classroom events to help businesses effectively engage employees, boost morale and continue to build culture during this time. Our programs are also the ideal solution for engaging important clients while in-person meetings are not possible. Click here for our most popular offerings, including bartending classes with the head mixologist at Eleven Madison Park, the art of Roman pasta-making, and an inside tour of Egypt’s Pyramids. We are also able to offer customized classes based on your employees’ or clients’ interests and can adapt any of our private programs to create the ideal event for team bonding and entertaining.
Our signature, live community programs were developed in partnership with our top guides and insiders around the world, to bring the world to you. Some sessions are free of charge; those with a fee are aimed to help support our global partners or their non-profit foundations during this time when travel is limited.
We do not currently have any live Global Classroom community programs scheduled. Check back in soon, as new programs are being added regularly!
Please note that the duration of all programs is one hour, unless otherwise noted. Some group classes require a minimum number of participants. Indagare reserves the right to cancel a class, if the number of participants is not met. Programming is complimentary unless otherwise noted. Sign-ups are first come, first served. Please note that for classes with a fee associated, the deadline for sign-up is one hour prior to the scheduled start of the event. Although there is no charge for complimentary programming, we ask that you respect the class cancellation policy so that we can offer the class to other members on our waitlist: the cancellation policy for all classes is notification to Indagare by 9:00 a.m. ET one day prior to class start time via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you a WSJ+ Member? Click here to explore our exclusive series of Indagare Global Classroom x WSJ+ events for this season.
More programs are coming soon! Keep an eye on our weekly newsletter and email us to learn more—and share any questions or feedback—at email@example.com.
Check out highlights from Global Conversations with India Hicks and Paul Theroux as well as 16 charitable organizations our speakers know and love—or tune into our new Indagare Global Conversations Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Stitcher.
Plus—read AFAR Magazine’s review of our program here.