Grab your girlfriends for an IRIE time in Jamaica!
Jewel Grand All-inclusive resort
Montego Bay Jamaica
Enjoy five fun filled days and exciting nights indulging in breathtaking beaches, diverse dining options, limitless libations, numerous water sports and extravagant accommodations in one unparalleled package. See why Jamaica is meant to be experienced at Jewel Grand!
Cost (per person)
$1,440.00 per person based on double occupancy
-round trip airfare from the DC area
-four nights all-inclusive resort accommodations
-airport to resort transportation
-taxes and fees
Deposit: $250.00 per person (non-refundable)
Final payment due April 15, 2020.
(single and triple occupancy rates available upon request)
Punta Cana - Hard Rock Style
Harriet Tubman Legacy Tour 2020
April 25-26, 2020
Join us for a weekend on the Eastern Shore exploring the life and legacy of two great African American legends: Harriet Tubman and Fredrick Douglass.
Our full day tour on Saturday will include an overview of Harriet Tubman’s early life, a visit the wharf where slave ships once docked, the courthouse where Harriet engineered her first escape, The Tubman Visitor Center, and the general store where Harriet displayed her first act of defiance—and nearly lost her life. After our morning tour we will enjoy a delicious lunch at a local restaurant (included) before continuing our exploration with a visit to the farmstead where abolitionists hid Harriet on her own journey to freedom, the old mill where enslaved and free blacks shared information and the farmstead where Harriet lived and worked before her own escape.
On Sunday, we will explore the life and legacy of Fredrick Douglass and visit
Enjoy complimentary breakfast at your hotel before checking out and embarking on our mid-morning tour of "The Hill" in Easton, MD. The Hill is the oldest, continuously-inhabited black community in the country. Free people of color thrived here for over 70 years before slavery was abolished in Maryland. Today’s tour also includes a visit to the courthouse jail where Douglass was jailed as a child for attempting to escape from slavery and the Brick Hotel where Douglass delivered a rousing speech in 1878 during his return to Talbot county in a quest to find his old home, a visit to the statue bearing his name, the Bethel AME and Asbury Methodist church which he founded, and the African American School. After our 2.5 hour tour we will independently explore the charming town of St. Michaels before returning to Upper Marlboro, MD with a meal stop (at your own expense) along the way
$295 per person (based on double occupancy)
round trip motor coach transportation
1 and 1/2 day customized private guided tours (*)
One night hotel accommodations
Continental breakfast and snacks on-board
Driver and guide gratuities
Deposit: $50.00 per person due November 15, 2019
(Deposit is non-refundable)
***This tour is via motor coach with moderate walking***
The bus will depart from and return to the Prince Georges Show Place Arena - Upper Marlboro, MD