April 5 – 12, 2017

This historical tour led by Dr. Runoko Rashidi will focus on the African Rebellions and Resistance History of South Carolina, The Sea Islands, Richmond, Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C.   Topics will include the historical significance of major historical sites as well as the legacy of Gabriel Prosser, Nat Turner, Harriett Tubman and many others.

$2299.00 (Double)  $2099.00 (Triple)  $2799.00 (Single) *

Deposit: $500 per person to secure your space.  Balance Due March 1, 2017. Scheduled supplemental payments will be provided upon registration.

Tour Includes:

·      7 Nights Hotel Accommodations

·      Meals as outlined in itinerary

·      Transportation by air conditioned motor coach

·      Tours as indicated in itinerary with entrance fees

·      Hotel Taxes


Tour Does Not Include:

·      Airfare to Charleston and from BWI/DCA

·      Tips to drivers, guides, restaurant servers or housekeeping staff

·      Items of a Personal Nature


Day 1:  Charleston

Arrival in Charleston.  You will take the hotel’s complimentary airport shuttle to your Hotel.  Your evening is free for personal pursuits.

O/N Charleston, SC


Day 2:  Charleston/Daufuskee/Charleston

After breakfast you will depart early at approximately 7:30am for Hilton Head, South Carolina.

9:30 – You will board the Ferry to Daufuskee Island, approximately 1 hour ride to the Gullah Island.

11:00am – The group will be met and will take a two-hour tour of the island.

1:00pm – Lunch at the Daufuskee Crab Shack

The rest of the afternoon will be spent browsing around the shops on the island. Later returning to your hotel.  Dinner on your own.

O/N Charleston  BL


Day 3:  Charleston/St. John’s and St. James Island/Stono/Sullivan Island

After breakfast at 9:00am – You will depart the hotel and take a two-hour tour of Charleston visiting sites of rebellions and unrest.  You will stop at Emmanuel AME Church, the bedrock of the emancipation of enslaved Africans.

11:00 am – The group will depart to John’s Island for a historical tour.

11:30am – The group will travel to James Island to visit the McLeod Plantation and tour the island. Boxed lunch will be provided by a local African American restaurant.

1:00pm – Departure for Sullivan Island, visit Ft. Moutrie

3:30 pm – Return to hotel, the rest of the day is at leisure.

6:00pm – Option excursion to the nation’s oldest market place.  Visitors will have the opportunity to see African American artisans and weavers of the Sweet Grass baskets, only found in Charleston and South Africa. Dinner on your own.

O/N Charleston  BL


Day 4:  Richmond

After breakfast you will depart by 9:00am for Richmond Virginia.  Stop along the way for lunch on your own.

6:00pm – Welcome to Richmond, enjoy a welcome dinner at the famous African American restaurant Croaker’s Restaurant.

O/N Richmond  BD


Day 5:  Richmond/South Hampton/Baltimore

9:00am – After Breakfast you will check out of your hotel to start your full day of tours, first stopping at the historical site of Gabriel Prosser.

Your journey will take you to Southampton County for the Nat Turner Trail tour.

10:00am – The Nat Turner Trail Tour will start.

1:00pm – A vegetarian, all natural meal will be prepared in your honor for lunch.

2:00pm – Departure to Baltimore

6:00pm – Upon arrival, you will check into your hotel   Dinner is on your own.

O/N Baltimore  BL


Day 6:  Baltimore/Harper’s Ferry/Baltimore

9:00am – Departure for Harper’s Ferry

12:00pm – A stop for lunch at an African American restaurant and then continue on your full day tour.

2:00pm – Returning to Baltimore you will visit the Blacks in Wax Museum.

5:00pm – Return to your hotel

O/N  Baltimore BL


Day 7:  Baltimore/Cambridge/Baltimore

After breakfast you will depart for Cambridge, Maryland – approximately 2 hours each way from Baltimore.

After your visit to the Museum and historical sites you will stop for lunch.

Later you will arrive back at your hotel.  Your evening is free.

O/N  Baltimore BL


Day 8:  National Harbor/Optional Program to Smithsonian

After breakfast you will check out of your hotel and travel to Washington, DC to Anacosta.

12:00pm you will stop at one of the African American eateries for lunch, before continuing on to the Smithsonian African American Museum or a museum of choice.

End of Tour

Note: Please schedule departing flight after 4pm from either Washington, DC National or Baltimore.  The bus will provide transportation to your airport. For additional information go to www.kolanut.com, click “2017” to learn more about this exciting program.

*If using a credit card, the cost will be as follows: 

$2380 (Double)$2165 (Triple)$2895 (Single)  Make checks payable to:  Kola Nut Travel and send to the address listed below.

 Travel Arrangements Provided by Kola Nut Travel

6080 Center Drive Ste 600

Los Angeles, Ca 90045

(310) 674-0291 Ext. 2

CST:  1020447-40



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