In October 2022, Indagare founder & CEO Melissa Biggs Bradley traveled to Saudi Arabia with Indagare Productions Director, Kathryn Nathanson, to film a three-part video series on the destination. In the series, Melissa shares her experiences in this ancient kingdom—from the capital city of Riyadh to the magical deserts and oases of AlUla.
First, watch the trailer to understand why Indagare decided to produce this series. Then, discover three episodes that unveil the wonders of Saudi Arabia—and meet the local guides, craftspeople, archaeologists, entrepreneurs, NGO leaders and insiders who offered their diverse perspectives on the country’s past, present and future.
Episode 1 — Saudi Past: Discovering Heritage Sites of AlUla
Explore AlUla, home to Saudi Arabia’s rarely seen cultural sites, to learn about its ancient history and archaeological wonders that rival Petra and Machu Picchu.
Episode 2 — Saudi Present: The Power of Tourism, Entrepreneurship & Craft
View the country through the eyes of the female artisans and entrepreneurs at the forefront of Saudi tourism.
Episode 3 — Saudi Future: The New City of Diriyah and its UNESCO World Heritage Site, At-Turaif
Discover Diriyah, one of Saudi’s most innovative, futuristic cities, and the beauty of the UNESCO site At-Turaif, which sits at the heart of this metropolis. Plus, get a sneak peek at NEOM, considered the most ambitious project in the Kingdom.
This content was created in partnership with the Saudi Tourism Authority.
Have Questions About Travel to Saudi Arabia? Ask Melissa in Our Live Q&A
During this live Zoom event, Indagare founder & CEO Melissa Biggs Bradley invites you to discuss the themes from the Indagare Saudi Arabia Spotlight series, which we hope you found informative and educational. She will also answer your questions about the series and traveling to Saudi Arabia.
When: Monday, April 10 from 2:00 – 2:30 p.m. ET.
Click here to read Indagare founder & CEO Melissa Biggs Bradley’s article about travel to Saudi Arabia from our Spring/Summer 2022 Magazine.