The Year Of Wellness Travel: Bonaire Will Host Its First Yoga & Wellness Festival This Summer

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What have you done lately to prioritize your wellness? While traveling, we’ve been enjoying moments of solitude to fully appreciate and show gratitude for experiencing new destinations. This year, we are adding wellness experiences to our travel wishlist with one of the experiences being to practice yoga in Bonaire.  The Dutch Caribbean island will host… Continue reading The Year Of Wellness Travel: Bonaire Will Host Its First Yoga & Wellness Festival This Summer

6 Things To Know About AfricaTown & Its Descendants

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AfricaTown holds great historical significance as one of the nation’s oldest African-American neighborhoods. It’s credited as being one of the first places where freed slaves from Africa settled in the United States. On the Gulf Coast in Mobile, Alabama resides a site of unparalleled significance – AfricaTown. This historic place marks the arrival of the… Continue reading 6 Things To Know About AfricaTown & Its Descendants

Visit These Affordable South American Destinations In 2023

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Elshaday Kebede is a San Francisco Bay Area-based Black solo female traveler and content creator that enjoys traveling to affordable destinations. Having grown up in Ethiopia, travel is her biggest passion, and also one she does not take for granted. Following her becoming a U.S. citizen in 2019, she took her very first trip to Europe.… Continue reading Visit These Affordable South American Destinations In 2023

Hilton Expands Its Presence On Colombia’s Caribbean Coast

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Hilton recently announced the opening of Hilton Santa Marta, the brand’s second hotel on Colombia’s Caribbean coast. Overlooking the Caribbean Sea, the contemporary 261-room property is within walking distance from the beach. It is also located near the mountains of Sierra Nevada and the ancient ruins of Tayrona National Natural Park.    “The opening of… Continue reading Hilton Expands Its Presence On Colombia’s Caribbean Coast

These 6 International Towns Will Pay You To Move There

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International towns are paying travelers to move there. Traveling is one of the best ways to experience diverse cultures, explore international towns, and try different cuisines. And it may seem intimidating at first, but there are many perks to traveling that make it well worth the effort. For starters, traveling can be a great way… Continue reading These 6 International Towns Will Pay You To Move There

Where To Eat In Porto, Portugal

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Porto is home to some of the best food in Portugal. In addition to being the birthplace of port wine, it is known for its fresh seafood offerings, which can be found in many great restaurants throughout the city. I visited Porto and had a chance to explore its culinary delights. Here are some of… Continue reading Where To Eat In Porto, Portugal

Pack Like A Pro With These Organizer Finds

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Packing for your next trip doesn’t have to mean choosing between your favorite wardrobe pieces. With the right organizer finds, you can bring along all your vacation looks without having to leave anything behind (within reason, of course). Check out our list of space- and time-saving picks to help you pack like the professional traveler… Continue reading Pack Like A Pro With These Organizer Finds

The 5 Best Cities For Black Entrepreneurs

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Being a Black entrepreneur can provide many benefits, but it also comes with a distinct set of challenges. On one hand, it can be incredibly rewarding to create something from nothing and have the opportunity to bring positive change to the community. On the other hand, there are often additional obstacles that Black entrepreneurs face… Continue reading The 5 Best Cities For Black Entrepreneurs

7 Essentials To Make Long Flights More Enjoyable

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Air travel is a quick trip in the sky until you’re looking at a flight lasting more than a few hours. Whether traveling across the country or to a bucket list destination on the other side of the world, packing the right essentials can make all the difference. Long-haul flights are defined as routes that… Continue reading 7 Essentials To Make Long Flights More Enjoyable

What Is Regenerative Tourism And How It Can Reduce The Effects Of Global Warming

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As many travelers are packing their bags and set off to new destinations in 2023, some are finding new trends that will shape the way people travel next year. Out of lockdowns, travelers worldwide want to explore different experiences as opposed to popular tourist destinations. Travelers are going green and most of them want their… Continue reading What Is Regenerative Tourism And How It Can Reduce The Effects Of Global Warming

Delta To Resume Cuba Service in 2023

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Delta Air Lines is resuming its operations from Miami to Cuba. The two daily nonstop flights will start on April 10, 2023, and they will connect Miami International Airport to the José Martí International Airport in Havana, Cuba. In March 2020, Delta’s Cuba flights were again put on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This… Continue reading Delta To Resume Cuba Service in 2023

Want To Feel Closer To Wakanda? Disneyland’s Latest Additions Celebrate Marvel’s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever In The Coolest Ways

When it comes to Black Panther and Wakanda, Disney cuts no corners. They understand the gem they’ve unearthed, and you can feel the passion at Disneyland California Adventure Park. If you’re a Marvel fan, you must add Disney’s California Adventure to your to-do list! In June 2021, the masterminds at Disneyland opened up their Avengers… Continue reading Want To Feel Closer To Wakanda? Disneyland’s Latest Additions Celebrate Marvel’s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever In The Coolest Ways

Black Couple Sells 236-Acre Farm To Luxury Hospitality Brand In $13.75M Deal

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Serial entrepreneurs and power couple Chid Liberty and Georgie Badiel Liberty reportedly sold their massive upstate property in Rhinebeck, New York, according to Black Enterprise. The off-market sale of the 236-acre biodynamic farm closed earlier this month for an impressive $13.75 million. Six Senses, considered one of the world’s most luxurious hospitality brands, is now… Continue reading Black Couple Sells 236-Acre Farm To Luxury Hospitality Brand In $13.75M Deal

Learn About Toussaint Louverture: The Architect of Haiti’s Freedom

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Haiti deserves praise for becoming the world’s first Black republic in 1804. Other nations in the Caribbean wouldn’t be republics till many years after, with Barbados as the most recent in 2021. But the Haitian Revolution wouldn’t have been possible without its architect, Toussaint Louverture. As noted by History, Louverture not only succeeded in freeing… Continue reading Learn About Toussaint Louverture: The Architect of Haiti’s Freedom