Weâ€™re in a golden age of Black travel. From local flight deals to breathtaking international getaways, these days, there is a wealth of information available about how, when, why, and where to travel. But If youâ€™re worried that you canâ€™t keep your sense of community when planning travel abroad, think again. Whether you are new to travel or an old time pro, these Black-owned travel sites have the best advice with you in mind.
Run by savvy millennial travelers, this site highlights the best in unbelievable travel deals. In addition to interesting articles about far-flung locales, this site also provides helpful guides on how to use flight alerts and credit card points to make international travel as cheap as possible.
Up In the Air Life provides upscale guided tour packages called social adventures. Its online community and in-person group tours are aimed at working professionals, â€œwho enjoy traveling in groups and creating life-long friendships,â€ the site says.
Travel Noire is a sleek site that provides tools and resources for what they call the â€œunconventional traveler.â€ Fueled by â€œcuratorsâ€ from the African diaspora, the site reads like a glossy travel magazine, sharing the sights, sounds, and flavors from abroad.
Operating since 1997, this online travel giant is jam packed with information on domestic and international travel. The site even has a large directory of Black U.S. towns just in case you want to take a â€œBuy Blackâ€ road trip!
Nomadness is an online community of travelers boasting over 15,000 members. The group requires members have at least one passport stamp to join, but once youâ€™ve taken that inaugural trip, you are free to take in the stories, advice, photos and conversation shared by other Nomadness members.