Relax, Sunbathe, Do everything
or do absolutely nothing
A one week non-stop beach
and Yacht Party
Black Travel Movement is hosting SAILNOIR a week long sailing event from June 17 - 24, 2017 in the British Virgin Islands. Sail Noir (aka Black Yacht Week) brings together a diverse community of African American adventurers and thrill-seekers for the vacation experience of a lifetime. Picture if you will 15-20 Yachts filled with beautiful black, brown, and beige people sailing and partying around the beautiful beaches of the British Virgin Islands. Whether you are an experienced sailor or a nautical neophyte you will love the Sail Noir Experience. We promise sun, fun, and a non-stop party atmosphere.
Welcome Party at the Marriot Frenchmans Reef
Packing mishaps range from merely inconvenient (heading to the Caribbean without your favorite swimsuit) to downright disastrous (finding you’ve left the country without your wallet or medication) but most are preventable.
To help you arrive with everything you need, we’ve created this ultimate packing list for your checked bag, complete with suggestions of items to separate out into a carry-on. Print it out, then customize it for your trip by crossing out list items that don’t apply to you and adding any new ones that do.
April 1-8, 2017
Black Travel Movement is a community of friends and family who share an interest in cultivating new friendships and epic experiences through international worldwide travel. As a member of the BTM family you have a connection to a wide range of new and seasoned travelers who are anxious to join and share travel experiences.
5 Way to Travel More Without Quitting Your Job
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October 13-20, 2017
A personal chef will attend to every food and beverage request
Here's What You Need to Know
July 26-August 5, 2017
It seems every week there’s another story of someone who quit their job and flew off to some far corner of the globe to spend the next decade, or the rest of their life, “on vacation.” As tempting as those stories may be, they can also be unrealistic, overly idealistic and sometimes dishonest. Many of these stories are of people who have simply moved and are living as expats in foreign countries rather than people who live “on vacation.” Others are of people who are traveling and supporting themselves through gigs and odd jobs. By now, we’ve all heard of the couple that quit their jobs to travel the world – More...
Snorkling, PaddleBoards, SCUBA Dive, JetSki, Parasail, and More