Black Seniors Travel

Check out some of these travel groups, if your looking to join others for great fun, action or relaxation.

The Nomadness Travel Tribe

Nomadness was started by Evie Robbie began in 2011 it has grown to more than 15,000 members with over 100,000 passport stamps. They have a TV web series, a yearly travel conference, workshops and events, and group trips through the Nomadness Travel Tribe.

It consists of 80% female and 85% African-American, they bring together like-minded individuals. The average sellout time for their trips is five minutes!

Urban Events Global

Urban Events Global

Started in 2011, Urban Events Global members are predominately people of color who traveling, exotic and international travel. The group has more than 50,000 members and growing.

They also have a camping group that meets in Central Texas for individuals who enjoy the outdoors For people that love the seas, Urban Events Group also offers a luxurious cruise weekend every March for ultimate party-goers.

A great group for a mature and fun-loving crowd, then Urban Events Global is your crew.

3. Travel Noire

Travel Noire
Travel Noire is a sophisticated group geared towards young professionals. Founder and CEO Zim Ugochukwu created the community as a space for people of color to share and bond over experiences abroad. Three years later, the Forbes 30 Under 30 entrepreneur sold her thriving business to Blavity, Inc to help scale the ability for unconventional travelers to learn and grow.

Travel Noire’s message is simple: you can and should make travel a priority—and you don’t need a ton of money or vacation days to do so. And the best part? They’re here to show you how. Aside from offering exclusive group trips dubbed “Travel Noire Experiences,” the company recently launched Compass, a community course designed to equip members with the knowledge and tools needed to travel the world on their own terms. It features guides like “How to Convince Your Boss to Work From Anywhere” and “Hidden Destinations You Won’t Believe Exist”, along with live Q&A calls and trainings with world-class experts.

If that doesn’t draw you in, one look at their Instagram account will leave you overcome with wanderlust. Be prepared to spend hours scrolling through their colorful collection of real black travelers in the world’s most stunning destinations.

4. Tastemakers Africa

Tastemakers Africa’s motto is “travel Africa, skip mediocre.” While images of travel in Africa are often limited to safaris and camel rides, this company designs itineraries that focus on interacting with the local people and culture through art, music, and cuisine. This black travel group hosts tours of cities like Lagos, Dakar, and Accra. The group also hosts authentic activities curated and led by locals.

Cherae Robinson started the company to change the often-negative perceptions of the continent. Her former NGO job frequently led her to African countries, but her journeys were often met with fear and skepticism from those at home. But upon seeing people’s positive interest in response to the photos and stories she brought back with her, she saw an opportunity to transform the narrative by inviting people to experience some of the lesser known aspects of African life. Soon after, the Tastemakers brand was born, and it has since grown into a global community with offices around the world.

If you’re planning your own trip, be sure to check out their mobile app, TSTMKRS, to find the best events at your destination, ranging from hidden beach escapes to pop-up dining with local chefs!