International Black Travel, Celebrating King's Day in Amsterdam

Celebrating King’s Day in Amsterdam; credit Amsterdam TB

International Black Travel Guides

International Black Travel Guides by Soul Of America are created from an African-American perspective for journeys worldwide. Since international travel is a multi-faceted experience, our travel guides include major attractions, remarkable churches, notable museums, black historic sites, popular festivals, curated photo tours, experiential videos from an African-American perspective. Some of our guides include aerial videos to give a bird’s eye view of landscape attractions. Our larger travel guides include air, ground and cruise transportation options, third party hotel reviews and Travel Tips for sisters to avoid unpleasantries. Also consider reading our International Travel Tips for advice to help make Traveling While Black abroad more pleasant.

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  1. William says:

    The AboutBlackBoston.org Getaways Website blog journal highlights free African American tours in Boston and covers Black New England sites to explore and learn about.

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  2. Shee says:

    I can help with information on travel to Zambia in southern africa. Has some of the most beautiful and scenic wildlife and is a very safe country. I can also help on Northern Ireland.

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  3. Chester Higgins says:

    The narrative on African divinity must be reexamined. Some will love it, others will be shocked.

    Please share with your network about my October book release and hope that there will be room on your gifting list for Sacred Nile this year.

    My new book, SACRED NILE examines the ancient sacred agency of African identity. Your understanding of history and the role of African people in faith making is about to change.

    Available for pre-order from BCH or Amazon or https://www.bookch.com/details.taf?book_id=3125

    Sacred Nile You Tube video; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fy0f2bT3EWY

    Website goes live on Tuesday.
    Chester

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  4. Joya Headley says:

    Hello! I hope all is well. My name is Joya, and I am planning a trip to Egypt in early November. I am currently looking for tours that are Black centered, and came across you all! I was wondering if you all are currently doing tours, and if so, I would love to inquire about more information. Thank you kindly and I look forward to hearing from you.

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    • blue says:

      Thanks for asking, but we are publishers not tour operators. We’ll be researching for Egypt tour operators in the months ahead. BTW, plan to visit the new Cairo Museum near the pyramids.

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