See The World With These Travel Tours For Us By Us
Throughout the globe, Black cultural tours have been quite prominent for some time. The options, though, are now more diverse and reaching even more corners of the world. Getaways drawing attention to all there is to offer from the Black perspective are demanding the attention of all discerning travelers.
If planning your own tour itinerary has you feeling less than excited, why not allow one of these groups to tackle the task for you:
African Travel Seminars
by Georgina Afua Lorencz
African Travel Seminars provides cultural tours in sub-Saharan Africa. Highlighted by readings, lectures and field adventure/discovery, ATS leads your tours in Benin, Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Morocco and more.
Black Heritage Tours
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
New York, New York
by Jennifer Tosch
Showcasing Black heritage in two locations, Black Heritage Tours began in Amsterdam and has expanded to NYC. Take a deeper look into 16th century legacy of the Black Community in Dam Square and beyond. In New York, the heritage tour begins in Harlem, leading upstate through the Hudson River Valley, with the Mapping Slavery Project.
Xodus International Group
by Donna McKeithan
Xodus covers bespoke tours to Europe, Asia, Africa, The Caribbean and South America. XIG also specializes in ministry and missions travel, travel for senior citizens, destination weddings and student travel
Black Paris Tours
by Ricki Stevenson
Since 1998, Black Paris Tours provides full-day bus and walking tours, showcasing the likes of Toussaint L’Ouverture, Alexandre Dumas and Langston Hughes. This tour offers unique insights on the African Obelisk at Place de la Concorde and tips on navigating the Parisienne metro and bus systems.
Black History Walks, African History In The City of London
by Tony Warner
From February to November, you can experience 2000 years of London's Black History with Black History Walks. Locations/walks like Notting Hill are available, recognizing African/Caribbean leaders who contributed to the equality of modern, multi-cultural London. Or, the Soho Walk, allows you to walk in the footsteps of Black, British Civil rights activists and Black women broadcasters.