Membership-based travel company Indagare has entered a partnership with Bank of America to provide travel experiences to some of its clients.
Exclusive experiences from Indagare will now be available to Diamond Honors members of Bank of America's Preferred Rewards program. Diamond Honors members are those with $10 million or more across their Bank of America, Merrill and Private Bank balances.
Virtual experiences, livestreamed from around the world, will be available to members for free. In-person trips are available to members for an additional cost.
"We are always looking for new ways to regard our clients who have built a deep relationship with us," John Sellers, rewards executive at Bank of America, said in a release. "Partnering with Indagare enables us to deliver one-of-a-kind adventures and to take the benefits of Preferred Rewards membership to the next level with memorable experiences."
Bank of America also pointed to consumers' growing spend on services like travel, despite challenges like inflation.
Indagare is helmed by Melissa Biggs Bradley, who founded Town & Country Travel magazine.