As travel restrictions ease and the numbers of new COVID-19 cases slow down, Americans are beginning to travel once again. Travel in the post-2020 world is a lot different than before, but fortunately, Black travelers have a number of expert travel companies and communities that can help make navigating the “new normal” of travel a lot easier. Before you book your next trip, check out these 5 Black-owned travel companies.
Ultimate Trinidad Carnival is a premier provider of safe, life-changing, and all-inclusive group travel experiences for professional women of color to the Caribbean. Established by Esha and Tarik Davis, Ultimate Trinidad Carnival was set out with the purpose to inspire confidence and a good time by offering a worry-free environment with various package options.
Tastemakers Africa is a platform that was created for booking trips to different cities in Africa. Founder, Cheraé Robinson generated this platform as a way to present special African experiences through restaurants, shopping centers, tour guides that offer an intimate experience of African cities, and entertainment. Tastemakers Africa is located in Cape Town, Accra, and Dakar.
Sienna Brown, founder of Las Morenas de España invites you on a journey that is intended to design your dream life anywhere in the world. Initially this helpful digital community was created to provide all Black women with resources in Spain and eventually reached greater heights by catering to travelers all over the world. Brown inspires and builds community through Las Morenas de España by hosting events in Spain which include: Rooftop socials, Madrid Afternoon Soiree, Sake & Vibe, and the Thrive Conference.
Black women are reshaping the travel industry today. One of these women happens to be Zim Ugochukwu, creator and CEO of the online travel company, Travel Noire. Travel Noire has been rapidly expanding over the years as it has introduced glitch fares which allows travelers to be able to obtain more affordable travel deals.
Nomadness Travel Tribe is all about finding your tribe and sticking together. Founder, Evita Turquoise Robinson created Nomadness Travel Tribe to provide an online travel community for millennials of color who love to travel. This Black travel movement is a prime example of how travel has no racial, gender, religious, economic, or interest limitations through community representation and relevance. Nomadness Travel Tribe consists of thirty international travel groups, fifty regional ambassadors, and a Nomadness Web Project series.
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My name is Kaylah Mack and I am a senior at Spelman College where I am pursuing my undergraduate degree in English with a concentration in Journalism. My interest in Journalism stems from my love for writing, storytelling, and public speaking. In my free time, I enjoy listening to podcasts, meditating, exercising, baking, spending time with nature, and catching up with loved ones.