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7 Dope Black-Owned 

As crazy as it may sound, Black-owned hotels and resorts are hard to find in Africa as a direct result of colonization.

But even though they’re rare, Black-owned accommodations exist.

We’ve compiled a list of some of the dopest resorts, boutique hotels, and safari lodge’s to book during your next stay.

African Bush Camps

Founded by professional guide Beks Ndlovu, ABC has 15 luxury tented camps and lodges in 3 countries. Your stay includes a safari experience in some of Africa’s most untouched areas.

Arijuju House

Arijuju House is a stunning accommodation, located on a gaming site in Kenya. Think glamping on a luxury safari. There is an elegant spa, gym, tennis courts, pools, and more.

Daze House

Located in Observatory Johannesburg, the house has 10 luxurious rooms, each drawing inspiration from countries around the continent. 

RLJ Kendeja Resort

This 78-room four-star resort sits on 13 acres of the West African Atlantic coast near Monrovia, the capital city of Liberia. 

Curiocity Africa

Owner Bheki Dube found that people not only wanted to visit South Africa but wanted to stay longer & immerse themselves in the community. He decided to merge tours & accommodations.

nothing makes us more excited about travel than black-owned accommodations!