Every week, you are invited to join Melissa Biggs Bradley, CEO and Founder of Indagare Travel, on an incredible worldwide journey as she introduces you to inspirational guests, transports you to dream destinations, shares travel tips and advice, and explores the future of travel. This is your Passport to Everywhere. Follow Melissa on Instagram @indagarefounder and @indagaretravel
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While I do enjoy this podcast, this is not a podcast for your average traveler. Most guests are pompous and wealthy. Travel to outer space for over $100000, St Barthes for $1000’s a night, Antarctica for a minimum of $15000, to purchasing expensive travel bags and luxury. Robin Leach should be a guest… BUT Melissa does a nice job interviewing guests, gives helpful travel tips and does a great show called “Know Before You Go”. “KBYG” has been the most useful and a few of the guests on “Travel... more
Melissa interviews fascinating people from all over the world. The topics vary from places I didn’t know I wanted to go to, such as Iraq and Antarctica. Her wonder and perspective is refreshing. Everyone should listen
I so look forward to every new adventure on “Passport to Everywhere”. Melissa and her team do a terrific job of finding the most relevant and interesting people to interview. You will be transformed to a different destination each week. Don’t miss this amazing journey!
Melissa and her team provide so much information in each episode. They transport you weekly to a new wonderful location; simply the best!
Always informative and inspiring. I think this is the best travel podcast in the world right now.
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Passport to Everywhere launched a year ago and published 55 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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