8 New USA Experiences that Amplify and Celebrate BIPOC Culture

Want to learn Cajun cuisine from the only female-owned African American cooking school in New Orleans? Hike the backcountry of Montana with a local Blackfeet guide? Or enjoy a Native American river-to-table lunch in Warm Springs, Oregon? Intrepid Travel has a new range of USA trips that amplify and celebrate Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) perspectives in the United States.

Throughout 2022, Intrepid is running 40 new trips in America, and within these tours are eight new BIPOC-centric experiences that are helping travelers see the country through a more diverse and inclusive lens. A special thanks goes out to National Blacks in Travel & Tourism Collaborative and representatives from the Crow Nation and Lakota tribes, who helped bring these to life.

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