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translating ethical research into immersive experiences

At Immersive Trails, we are proud to have built a Purpose Driven Company. 
What do we mean by that? It means we reinvest most of our profits to empower local stakeholders in tourism with proper training to enhance their livelihoods. We filter the money that you pay us for our ethically curated immersive experiences down to benefit local communities of artisans and train local transportation providers and students into experience curators. Therefore, you are an integral part of this new purpose driven revolution in tourism. Thank you for helping us chart a new, ethical and purpose driven future for

tourism, where no one is left behind. Build the future with us at Immersive Trails.

Upcoming Experiences

  • Virtual Walk: India's Oldest Chinatown
    Online walk
    16 May, 18:00 – 20:30 GMT+5:30
    Online walk
    In this walk, we will explore what remains of this Old Chinatown of Kolkata. We will visit 5 Chinese temples, learn about the Chinese culture and traditions unique to the Kolkata Chinese, and explore their connections with the Indian freedom movement as well as the Chinese revolution of 1911-12.
  • Virtual Walk: Chowringhee Architecture Trail
    Online walk
    22 May, 18:00 – 20:30 GMT+5:30
    Online walk
    On this walk we explore the area which grew from a village on the outskirts into an entertainment and recreational hub of the city, giving Calcutta its moniker the “City of Palaces” - Chowringhee.
  • Virtual Walk: Bengal Rising Trail
    Online walk
    23 May, 18:00 – 20:30 GMT+5:30
    Online walk
    We will take some short detours to explore the back alleys of Cornwallis Street (Bidhan Sarani) to see the places associated with landmark events and personalities associated with the Bengal Renaissance and later the beginnings of the armed Freedom Movement.
  • Virtual Walk: Dalhousie Square
    Online walk
    29 May, 18:00 – 20:00 GMT+5:30
    Online walk
    The British Empire was built on blood, sweat and money of the colonies. Nowhere is this story more prominent than at the centre of it all- Kolkata's Dalhousie Square.
  • Virtual Walk: Calcutta in World War 2
    Online walk
    30 May, 16:00 – 18:00 GMT+5:30
    Online walk
    The “Inbound areas” in wartime Calcutta were designated as “Safe Zones” for the Commonwealth and US forces that started pouring into the city to deliver Singapore and Manchuria from Japanese occupation. The walk will explore this “inbound” space through eyewitness accounts and forgotten tales.

The Culture Box

Unique handicraft items from rural India ethically curated in collaboration with the master artisans.

Shipping starts 25th April. Reserve your Culture Box now!