On December 1, 2019, four-hundred passengers will depart from John F. Kennedy Airport in New York on a chartered flight to take part in a once and a lifetime visit to Africa. This initiative will culminate America's 400 Years of African-American History highlighting the arrival of 20 and odd Negroes in Point Comfort, Virginia during 1619.
The tour will revisit three departure points for Goree Challenge, which all played a role in transporting Africans to the Americas and Caribbean.
At each stopped a Resilience Plaque will be mounted at an appropriate space in cooperation with local authorities. The group will explore local culture, heritage attractions, and more. Chartered air-conditioned buses will transport guests around. Package includes hotel accommodations, meals and more. Alcoholic beverages excluded. U.S. passport holders are exempt for visas to Equatorial Guinea, Canary Islands, and Senegal.
The final itinerary for the Resilience Tour will be in Equatorial Guinea to celebrate the Spirit of Malabo opening reception at The Museum of Modern Art Equatorial Guinea on December 8, 2019.
The islands of Bioko and Annobon in Equatorial Guinea were important landing sites for the slave trade.
A special forum will also coincide to strengthen cultural, educational, and economic partnerships in the new capital city of Oyala.
Equatorial Guinea - (4 days/ 3 nights)
Cost: US $7,000 PER PERSON
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