The drama of the jungle is mesmerising. Something new unfolds at every corner, and life thrives under every bush and tree. Join us this Friday, June 10, as we hear from those who love spending their time in the wild, tapping into its rhythms. Our Deputy Editor Neha Dara will be in conversation with wildlife photographer Anirban Dutta Gupta, travel writer and NGTIndia’s former Web Editor Sejal Mehta, and naturalist Shardul Bajikar. Come, be part of the conversation! Early birds get chai and samosas.
What is the NGT Meetup?
It’s Nat Geo Traveller India’s monthly travel meet where we talk about topics ranging from slow travel and food-inspired journeys to cities and exploring the great outdoors. Every Meetup has a specific theme (this time, it’s wildlife!) that we discuss with our panel of experts—and of course our inspiring audience that always has handy tips to share.
Title Waves bookshop, St. Paul’s Media Complex, Opposite Duruelo Convent School, 24th Road, Off Turner Road, Bandra (W), Mumbai. Fri June 10, 7.30-9p.m.
Is this a one-off thing?
Not at all. We have the NGT Meetup in Mumbai on the second Friday of every month. Care to watch a few videos of our past Meetups to get a sense of just how fun it is? Click here.
How do I join?
All you have to do is show up. There is no entry fee. Let us know if you’re attending the Meetup on our Facebook event page, which is also a handy way to get updates.
I’d like to share my experience too.
We love hearing from fellow travellers. Following the session with our expert panel, the meetup is open to the audience, who can ask questions and share their views. (Don’t use this space to promote brands or events, please.) Join in the online conversation by tagging us in your post. We’re @NGTIndia on Twitter, @natgeotravellerindia on Instagram, and @NatGeoTraveller.India on Facebook.
Oops. I can’t make it this month.
No FOMO. You can watch the NGT Meetup live on Periscope. Stay tuned to our Twitter page, and we’ll tweet out the Periscope link when the Meetup begins. Just click to join in!
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