Travel the world with the SIGHT program
SIGHT — the Service of Information, Guidance and Hospitality to Travelers — was proposed and founded in June 1967 by June Alexander Solntseff, then living in Australia. Her proposal was reminiscent of an idea proposed by Victor Serebriakoff, one of Mensa's most influential leaders, in 1959. It is one of the most interesting and rewarding services Mensa offers as part of membership.
As an international service, SIGHT allows members to enjoy the company and hospitality of Mensans from around this country and from more than 40 other countries.
For information on the SIGHT program in the United States, email the National SIGHT Coordinator. For information on the international SIGHT program, visit the SIGHT pages on the Mensa International Web site. Note that you will need to create and use a separate Mensa International login when visiting those pages.
Our members are encouraged to experience the SIGHT program both as hosts and as guests. Mensans can find out more about the Local Groups where they are traveling by visiting our Local Group search pages.