The Most Affordable Travel Destinations In The African Diaspora
With the help of travel and technology, we are now able to learn about the experiences of our people across the African Diaspora.
If you’re interested in connecting with your history beyond the scope of your own backyard, we hope this list inspires you to plan your next trip.
Eighty percent of the population of Salvador is of African descent, making it the most Afro-based community in the world outside of Africa.
Salvador is perfect for the cost-conscious traveler.
Blacks make up about three percent of the Canadian population.
Travelers can take in the sights, sounds, and black culture or explore the history of the first free black settlers of Nova Scotia.
The Dominican Republic has a problematic past filled with colorism
and racism that began in the colonial era.
Even with the country’s history, the DR is one of the most affordable destinations in the African Diaspora.
If you’re looking for a luxe experience on Rihanna’s home island, top-rated hotels start at $439 a night.
If you’re looking to do Barbados on a budget, check out highly-rated Airbnbs that have entire villas going for $79 a night.
Columbia’s documented African roots should be another stop on your list of places to visit. You can rent an Airbnb starting at $50 a night.
Most British blacks live in London while a few hundred thousand calls Scotland and Wales home. Flights to the UK can be reasonable if you book in advance.
Experience the rich Afro-Cuban heritage. Cuba is a country that will give you a lot of bang for your buck even with their currency converting into the same value as the US dollar.
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