Our mission is to celebrate Afro-culture and empower individuals through heritage travel. Our objective is to curate life-changing experiences and offer opportunities for social and economic advancements.
Ivy Ngene is our travel agent, for those interested in visiting beautiful countries that showcase heritage travel opportunities, she is willing to help you with all your travel needs.
-Start the day with breakfast at Simply Wholesome, a health food store and restaurant in View Park-Windsor Hills that offers vegan and vegetarian options with a focus on African American cuisine.
-Visit the California African American Museum in Exposition Park, which features exhibits on African American art, history, and culture.
-For lunch, head to Harold & Belle's in Jefferson Park, which serves Cajun and Creole cuisine with roots in the African American community of New Orleans.
-Afternoon, take a walking tour of Leimert Park, a historically black neighborhood that is a center of African American art, music, and culture in Los Angeles.
-Stop by the Vision Theatre and the World Stage to see live performances or events.
In the evening, go to the Ethiopian restaurant Meals by Genet, which serves traditional Ethiopian dishes and has live music on some nights.
-Start the day with breakfast at Dulan's Soul Food Kitchen in Inglewood, which serves classic Southern-style soul food.
-Visit the Watts Towers, a unique and striking sculpture garden created by Italian-American artist Simon Rodia in the Watts neighborhood in the 1920s and 1930s.
-For lunch, go to Roscoe's House of Chicken and Waffles, a Los Angeles institution that serves fried chicken and waffles.
-In the afternoon, head to the Museum of African American Art in Baldwin Hills, which showcases contemporary African American art and artists.
-In the evening, see a show at the historic Dunbar Hotel in Central Avenue, which was once a hub of African American culture and nightlife in Los Angeles.
-Start the day with breakfast at My Two Cents, a restaurant in Mid-City that serves Southern-inspired cuisine with a modern twist.
-Visit the Black Hollywood Walking Tour, which takes visitors to sites around Hollywood that are important to African American history and culture, including the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Egyptian Theater, and the Sunset Strip.
-For lunch, go to Comfort LA in Downtown Los Angeles, which serves soul food with a modern, healthy twist.
-In the afternoon, visit the Underground Museum in Arlington Heights, which features art and exhibits exploring black culture and history.
-In the evening, catch a live performance at the Troubadour in West Hollywood, a legendary music venue that has hosted many African American performers over the years.
This itinerary offers a mix of food, art, history, and entertainment that highlights the vibrant and diverse Afro culture in Los Angeles.
Our mission is to create educational, culturally empowering experiences and offers group travel for those interested in visiting historical places with an African presence, as a part of our campaign to celebrate Afro-culture worldwide and empower Afro-Americans through education.
We know your spirits will be lifted and your collective consciousness raised. It would be our pleasure to organize your travel experience!!! If you or a group are interested in traveling to any African countries, or if your an African Travel guide please contact us!
We look forward to working with African Tour Groups and Agents to make sure all our trips are comfortable and safe. We can help facilitate classes, lectures, performances, and exhibits in an effort to prepare for your travels abroad.
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