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African Diaspora Travel

Focusing on the heritage of African-descended travelers not just in Africa but also the United States, the Caribbean, Latin America, and elsewhere, it's a thriving and fascinating segment of the travel market. Check out this group to see how!

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Comment by West Africa Discovery on June 4, 2010 at 8:29am
Hi all, looking to be introduced to African rural culture, but are afraid to throw yourself into the deep end straight away? Well, here is a holiday idea which will give you the opportunity to immerse yourself into African day-to-day life.

"In the West we lead fast, crammed complex lives. We have so much to do, and to get done, and there is little time to stop and do nothing much. In Africa life is much slower, and the days stretch long, hot and unhurried. This is a great place to rest, relax and reflect. There is lots going on, but you can choose your level of participation and be as busy or as quiet as you like."

If you are interested in experiencing the magic of Africa first-hand, have friends that have been going on about travelling to Africa but never have plucked up the courage to go there, or if you just need to relax, kick off your shoes and 'go with the flow', this project is just for you...

Suitable for families - loads of great activities for children of all ages!

Click here to learn more.
Comment by Kitty J. Pope on May 21, 2010 at 10:23am
To:West Africa Discovery
Thanks for this info. I found your website most useful. I will list your Slavery Special Interest tour on our website, AfricaDiasporaTourism.com. Let's stay in touch.
Comment by West Africa Discovery on May 21, 2010 at 4:22am
We have just listed a special interest tour which covers Benin, Burkina-Faso, Ghana, Senegal and Togo, and explores some of the locations related to the history of slavery. To learn more about this tour, click here.
Comment by Kitty J. Pope on May 20, 2010 at 12:43pm
To: Temehu Tour Services,
thanks for this info. I will list you as a tour operator on our website
Comment by Temehu Tourism Services on May 20, 2010 at 2:13am
I just would like to let everyone know that we are very pleased to join this group, and sincerely hope we can contribute with some travel information and facts about North Africa and particularliy enigmatic Libya.

We are a Libyan tour operator, providing Libyan visa on arrival and private and group tours to any destination in Libya including the Sahara.

Our comprehensive website provides free detailed information and hundreds of photos about all aspects of Libyan tourism, life and culture, including travel, history, tourism, archaeology, Sahara prehistoric art, Sahara wildlife, Libyan museums and art galleries, travel itineraries and tours, Libya visa, and much more.

Please check our website if you require any specialist Libya travel.... Good luck and wish you all the best.
Comment by Kitty J. Pope on May 10, 2010 at 7:44pm
Please visit AfricanDiasporaTourism.com, a web journal about culture and heritage tourism in places of the African Diaspora worldwide. Let me know what you think and sign up for the mailing list to stay in the loop.
Thanks,
Kitty J. Pope
Comment by West Africa Discovery on January 12, 2010 at 1:47pm
West Africa Discovery (www.westafricadiscovery.com) , a web portal aiming to raise awareness towards West Africa and to promote sustainable/responsible tourism development through the listing of tours, accommodations and volunteer projects that strive towards the fulfilment of criteria outlined in the Cape Town, Kerala and Belize declarations on responsible tourism practices in destinations (http://www.westafricadiscovery.co.uk/responsible-tourism.html). We also aim to make West Africa Discovery the first port of call in the UK for referring tourists to Western African based Responsible Tourism projects.

As a company we aim to help in the development of Responsible/Sustainable development in all West African countries by linking like minded people together to facilitate the sharing of ideas, educating by distributing Responsible Tourism related material to Tourism organisations and helping locally based individuals to develop ideas which will help to develop the concept in their country.

We are committed to putting West Africa on the map as a destination that tourists would like to visit, and our vision is that through the West Africa Discovery project the listed accommodations and tours will provide benefits for local communities whilst respecting the natural, cultural, social and historical heritages in the destination.
Comment by Kathy Moroney on October 5, 2009 at 2:13pm
I spent three weeks in Ghana in May, visiting most of the country so I can advise clients and develop itineraries--especially for those wanting to visit diaspora historical sites. I'm also visiting Mali and Burkina Faso this October to expand my personal knowledge of West Africa--since I'm already well-versed in East and Southern Africa. Does anyone have any thoughts/advise for me in Mali/Burkina Faso?
Comment by EnLinea Media on October 5, 2009 at 12:40pm
Africa is front and center on our site this week, with the Go-Lo Spotlight shining on the famous dunes of Sossusvlei in Namibia's Namib-Naukluft National Park. After this week, look for it in our Spotlight archive.
Comment by EnLinea Media on September 15, 2009 at 1:02pm
Done, Kitty! Please spread the word about this group and Go-Lo among your members, and keep us posted on developments in diaspora travel as you hear of them!
 
 
 

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