GHANA

8 Cities | 11 Nights | 12 Days

Custom Tours | November – May

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SOUTH AFRICA

3 Cities | 9 Nights | 10 Days

Custom Tours | November – May

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ETHIOPIA

8 Cities | 10 Nights | 11 Days

Custom Tours | October – May

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KENYA

4 Cities | 10 Nights | 11 Days

Custom Tours | January – February & June – October

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ZANZIBAR

6 Cities | 9 Nights | 10 Days

Custom Tours | January – February & June – October

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TANZANIA

6 Cities | 9 Nights | 10 Days

Custom Tours | January – February & June – October

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MOZAMBIQUE

COMING 2018

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KENYA

4 Cities | 10 Nights | 11 Days

Custom Tours | January – February & June – October

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ZANZIBAR

6 Cities | 9 Nights | 10 Days

Custom Tours | January – February & June – October

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TANZANIA

6 Cities | 9 Nights | 10 Days

Custom Tours | January – February & June – October

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MOZAMBIQUE

TOURS AVAILABLE 2018

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TESTIMONIALS

Going to Africa has always been a dream of mine. I’m so excited that there is actually a company that provides a real authentic Africa experience! Traveling to South Africa with Away to Africa made my whole experience all the more memorable because of the authenticity.

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LANIYA NORFUS / South Africa

I was referred to Away to Africa from a close friend and I am so happy with my decision. From the time I made the decision to travel to Ethiopia with Away to Africa, they made me feel comfortable with my decision to travel to Africa…

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TIERRA WOMACK / Ethiopia

I traveled with Away to Africa on two separate occasions, one for business purposes to South Africa and another with my family to Ghana. The staff at Away to Africa were professional and I loved the accommodation provided in each country. With Away to Africa I was able to truly mix business and pleasure

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PAUL LUNA / SOUTH AFRICA & GHANA

Away to Africa… Wow where should I start? Its always been a dream of mine to travel to Ghana, and to experience Ghana with this wonderful company just left me with everlasting heart warming memories. The professionalism of Away to Africa is 5 stars.

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CHEF KRIS KOFI / ETHIOPIA

I am changed forever from that trip to Ghana and would highly recommend that we all gift ourselves a visit to the motherland with Away to Africa! I plan to do it again as Ethiopia is calling my name.

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TEIKA SAMUDA / GHANA

Away to Africa’s staff was with us every step of the way which was everything at making us feel safe in foreign countries. The itinerary developed by the staff was nothing short of amazing. It accommodated for our personal interests, our vegan diet, and for the young children traveling, which was my main concern.

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JAHUE MULLINGS / ETHOPIA & SOUTH AFRICA

PAYMENT PLANS

Looking to travel to Africa to one of our destinations? For our clients who prefer to make their payments in installments, we offer Payment Plan options in accordance with your budget.

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We recently posted a portion of a video on the misappropriation of African culture by Africans in the diaspora (I personally don't use the term African American) and I was quite surprised by some of the comments. 
1. We strongly advise you to visit @thegrapevinetv and watch the video in its entirety. 
2. The primary purpose of me posting the video and commenting on my personal experience while studying abroad in South Africa was to show that although we may feel a certain way about each other, now is an important time to unite. 
3. It is so important to continue this dialogue because in the comments so many people reverted to saying that's why they don't like Africans or Africans in the diaspora but at the end of the day we are one in the same arguing about who's coffin is cuter. 
4. Lastly, this is one of the main reasons why we started Away to Africa. I didn't know the true beauty of Africa and our people until I visited the continent for myself. The media will continue to find ways to dismantle our unity but we have the power through technology, research and personally visiting the continent to bridge this gap. •
Who is open to bridge this gap? It may or may not start with visiting Africa, but I encourage everyone to engage in the comment section to learn from each other. Where in Africa would you like to travel? What native African languages are you interested in learning?  Drop a line and let's use this forum as a means of uniting instead of finding ways to differentiate ourselves from one another. • 
I will begin the conversation. What do you love most about Africa? What countries in Africa are you looking forward to traveling to? 
#AwaytoAfrica

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We recently posted a portion of a video on the misappropriation of African culture by Africans in the diaspora (I personally don't use the term African American) and I was quite surprised by some of the comments. 1. We strongly advise you to visit @thegrapevinetv and watch the video in its entirety. 2. The primary purpose of me posting the video and commenting on my personal experience while studying abroad in South Africa was to show that although we may feel a certain way about each other, now is an important time to unite. 3. It is so important to continue this dialogue because in the comments so many people reverted to saying that's why they don't like Africans or Africans in the diaspora but at the end of the day we are one in the same arguing about who's coffin is cuter. 4. Lastly, this is one of the main reasons why we started Away to Africa. I didn't know the true beauty of Africa and our people until I visited the continent for myself. The media will continue to find ways to dismantle our unity but we have the power through technology, research and personally visiting the continent to bridge this gap. • Who is open to bridge this gap? It may or may not start with visiting Africa, but I encourage everyone to engage in the comment section to learn from each other. Where in Africa would you like to travel? What native African languages are you interested in learning? Drop a line and let's use this forum as a means of uniting instead of finding ways to differentiate ourselves from one another. • I will begin the conversation. What do you love most about Africa? What countries in Africa are you looking forward to traveling to? #AwaytoAfrica _______