Tours for Pride Month
Pride Month is an annual celebration that honors the LGBTQ+ community and is a time to champion equality, visibility, and self-affirmation. Supporting LGBTQ+ initiatives is an actionable way for companies to create a more welcoming and inclusive environment for everyone regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. This month, show a commitment to social responsibility and book one of these virtual tours to celebrate diversity and promote equality for all.
Queer Argentina: The History of South America´s Friendliest Country
Experience a fascinating blend of history, culture, and activism on this tour, led by our knowledgeable guide who will take you on a journey through Argentina's LGBTQ+ history. From the early days of activism to recent landmark legal victories, you'll gain a comprehensive understanding of the country's pioneering gay rights and ongoing struggle for equality and visibility. Along the way, you'll visit cultural and nightlife hotspots that celebrate the intersectionality of LGBTQ+ identity in Argentina today, providing insight into the rich history and diverse culture of the country. By the end of the tour, you'll have a deeper appreciation for Argentina's LGBTQ+ community and its contributions to the country's social fabric.
LGBTQ History in Amsterdam
Join our live walking tour and discover the stories of the people and events that shaped Amsterdam's vibrant LGBTQ+ community. Led by Mark, a local experienced tour guide for over 10 years, you'll learn about the city's diverse history, from the first public demonstrations for gay rights to its landmark achievement as the first country to legalize same-sex marriage. As you explore the city's hidden landmarks and cultural hotspots, you'll gain insight into the key role they played in the LGBTQ+ movement. Gain first hand knowledge of Amsterdam's welcoming and inclusive culture, and why it is one of Europe's most beloved cities.
Zona Rosa: A Famous Boho & LGBTQ Neighborhood in Mexico
Experience the vibrant and inclusive spirit of Mexico City's Zona Rosa neighborhood on this virtual tour, led by our expert guides. Situated in the heart of the city's historic center, Zona Rosa has a rich history dating back to the early 20th century when it was established as a bohemian artists' quarter. In the '60s and '70s, the neighborhood became a hub for LGBTQ+ culture and activism, cementing its place as an iconic destination. As you virtually walk the colorful streets and hidden alleys, you'll discover unique boutiques, cafes, and bars that reflect the neighborhood's diverse and welcoming spirit. Along the way, our guide will share stories about the key figures and events that shaped Zona Rosa's vibrant LGBTQ+ community, providing insight into the neighborhood's rich history and cultural significance.
To see more LGBTQ tours and DEI specific tours, visit our DEI page.
Celebrating Diversity Month
April is a month of new beginnings and growth, the perfect time of year to commemorate Diversity Month, a celebration dedicated to promoting diversity and inclusion in all aspects of life. From workplaces to schools and local businesses, Diversity Month is the perfect platform to highlight the value of diversity and create a more welcoming and inclusive environment for everyone. This month, why not explore some unique experiences hosted on our platform: take a trip to India’s first open-air art district, learn about the Arakwal people, join a walking tour of Langa in Cape Town, or learn all about Mexico City’s contemporary history.
Explore India's First Open Air Art District
Colorful, vibrant and full of energy, India's first open-air art district, located in Lodhi Colony in New Delhi is a unique and vibrant hub for contemporary art. Join this immersive tour of the neighborhood, showcasing the incredible street art and murals that adorn its walls as our local guide shares the stories behind the large-scale murals and intricate street art that reflect the unique cultural and social identity of the area and its transformation into a thriving arts district.
Walking Tour of Langa Township, Cape Town
As the first black township in South Africa, Langa has a rich history and a vibrant community, which Odwa Futshane (a resident of Langa and credited SATA Tour Guide) will introduce to you. Follow him as he shows off the colorful houses, bustling markets, and lively community centers that make up this dynamic neighborhood. Along the way, he’ll introduce you to some local residents and their customs, teach you a few Xhosa words, and share stories and insights into the history and culture of the area.
Virtual Aboriginal Tour of Cape Byron
Get a glimpse into the rich history and culture of Australia's Indigenous peoples on this Aboriginal Tour of Cape Byron. An immersive online experience that provides a unique opportunity to learn about the culture and history of the Arakwal people. Local tour guide, Aunty Delta, will take you through the stunning natural landscapes of the region, sharing the stories, insights, ancient traditions, beliefs of the Arakwal people and their deep connection with the land. Along the way you may also catch sight of the abundant wildlife (koalas, wallabies, wombats) and unique plants native to this part of Australia.
Modern History Along Mexico City's Reforma Avenue
Take a virtual tour of the iconic Reforma Avenue in Mexico City, a grand avenue steeped in culture, politics, and architecture. Originally designed to connect the city center with the outskirts, our guide will bring you on a tour of some of the city’s most striking buildings. Tour sights like the Palacio de Bellas Artes, home to some of Mexico's most iconic art, including murals by Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros, and iconic sites like the Monument to the Revolution, built to honor the heroes of the Mexican Revolution, and a symbol of the country's struggle for independence. At the end of the hour, you’ll come away with a fuller picture of Mexico City and what makes this city so unique.
TOURS FOR TEAM BONDING
Engaged employees are the key to any business's success and online team-building activities are a convenient way to build bonds across remote and hybrid teams while encouraging non-work communication, and increasing cross-team collaborations. Keeping corporate culture and engagement up after the holidays can be tricky, so why not whisk everyone off on a vacation overseas to New Zealand, Senegal, and Berlin to experience something new together?
The Colorful and Lively Fishing Harbor of Mbour
Did you know that the Senegalese eat up to 35 kilograms (77 pounds) of fish each year? Join our guide on a visit to the lively artisanal fishing port of Mbour, one of the largest fishing ports in the country which serves as a major hub for the local fishing industry. Home to a bustling fish market where local fishermen bring in their daily catch of fish, octopus, and other seafood, this lively experience will show how artisanal handmade fishing boats called pirogues are made. As part of the tour, visit the area of the market where Senegalese women transform fresh fish products into dried products to sell and pass to the many seafood restaurants and cafes that line the harbor, making it a popular spot for visitors to enjoy a meal while watching the boats come and go.
Auckland Harbourside Walking Tour
Transport your team to another continent from the breakout room or over a team Zoom event. This interactive experience brings everyone to Auckland’s bustling harbourside, walking across two of the city’s iconic drawbridges to arrive at Wynyard Quarter offering spectacular views of the Auckland Harbour Bridge, Sky Tower (its tallest freestanding structure), and the city skyline. A beautiful place to take a stroll, people-watch, and enjoy the sight of yachts coming and going. Time the tour to take place just before sunset; you might be lucky enough to enjoy a spectacular light show.
Queer Berlin - Explore the LGBTQ Capital of Europe
If your company is looking to introduce some DEI initiatives, this tour of Queer Berlin is a great place to start. Let our guide show you around the Berlin of Marlene Dieterich, Christopher Isherwood, and David Bowie. Start at the Schwules ("Gay") Museum and walk past the street art on Bülowstr on the way to Nollendorfplatz station with its rainbow motif neon lighting. See the Memorial to the Nazi persecution of Homosexuals and take a walk around Motzstrasse, as you explore the facades of iconic bars and clubs, like the Eldorado and Connections or The Bull. The tour finishes at the square of Viktoria Luise Platz and Fuggerstrasse - the location of the annual Folsom party - ending at the historic Wittenbergplatz station; a fitting conclusion to a feature-filled hour.
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Did you know St. Patrick’s Day dates back to the 17th century as a religious feast day that commemorates the death of St. Patrick in the fifth century? More than just a day to enjoy pints of Guinness and a vibrant Saint Patrick's Day parade, these three virtual tours will shed more light on Ireland’s culture and traditions, and leave you utterly charmed by them.
Downtown Dublin at Dusk
A city that's steeped in history and culture and famous for its craic (good fun), there's no better time to explore the city of Dublin than ahead of Saint Patrick's Day. A city that comes alive at dusk, feel its vibrant energy, from lively Irish music, the buzz from the pub and street performers through our 60-minute journey around the Irish capital where you’ll go past the Temple Bar district, the club where U2 was discovered and the Old Irish Parliament in College Green, the world’s first purpose-built parliament.
Galway - The City of Tribes
Time it such that you take a tour of Galway over the three-day celebration in honor of St. Patrick’s Day! If you don’t though, this online visit to the cultural heart of Ireland reveals Galway’s vibrant streets, festivals and authentic food scene. On this 60-minute stroll, you’ll go past attractions like Lynch's Castle, hear about Galway's famous moniker "City of the Tribes" and find out the origin of the first Claddagh Ring in 1689. As a bonus, you'll also learn a little Gaelic along the way!
St. Patrick's Day Tour of Dublin
Join this online tour of Dublin where you’ll visit the two precise locations where the venerable St Patrick baptized the pagan Irish. Starting at the Gardens of Remembrance in Parnell Square (also the traditional starting point of the St Patrick's Day parade) the tour will conclude at St Patrick's Cathedral in Nicholas Street while covering all the main sights along the traditional parade itinerary. At the end of the tour you’ll also have a definitive answer to the question of if St Patrick was Welsh, or a Scot?
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