October 7–15, 2021
Join us on this fascinating and enriching program as we trace the rich history of London’s Black communities. Stay in vibrant London for seven nights and discover how Black communities helped shape London’s culture and way of life during specially designed tours and talks. Learn about the valuable contributions of key figures in London’s African American community, including Frederick Douglass, Paul Robeson and Phillis Wheatley. Witness iconic London sites, viewing famed landmarks through the African-Caribbean perspective.
Uncover 2,000 years of Black history in London’s oldest areas and witness works of art illustrating the Black presence at the National Gallery. Along the way, visit quintessential London landmarks: Trafalgar Square, St Paul’s Cathedral, Soho and Brixton Market, plus delight in a performance at a local jazz club. This small-group program features first-class accommodations and an extensive meal plan, including wine with dinner.
Tour Operator: AHI
Pricing: Preliminary price: $3,695 per person, plus airfare
We will happily send you brochures listing included features, itineraries, and pricing. Questions? We’re just a phone call away! Call Mary MacDonald at 800-414-1541 or 765-494-5175, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To make a reservation with AHI Travel, please call 800-323-7373.