Did you know you can often contribute more to local communities just by choosing BIPOC or Black-owned hotels, resorts, and tours?
We believe travel can make the world a better place. That's why Heritage Travels is proud to partner with Black and Indigenous owned travel businesses all over the world. By connecting more of our travelers with BIPOC-owned businesses, we hope to contribute to a more fair and sustainable travel industry.
Plan your next socially responsible vacation with us today!
A peaceful getaway awaits along Lake Mille Lacs. Eddy's Resort offers cozy guest rooms and private cabins, perfect for enjoying fishing, boating, and tasty eats with loved ones.
Grand Paradise Samana All Inclusive
Kids, welcome to Samaná Bay! This upscale family resort offers leisure, adventure, and eco-tourism experiences from the smooth white sand shores of the Caribbean Sea.
Haida House at Tllaal
With oceanfront cabins and an intimate lodge on the banks of Tlell River, Haida House offers eco-adventures and guided cultural experiences on Haida Gwaii's Graham and Moresby Islands.
Elevate your Montego Bay vacation at the marvelous Half Moon luxury resort, boasting a private lagoon, fine dining, a world-class spa, and generous accommodations.
Enjoy true southern hospitality in a stylish setting at this luxury hotel that offers sophisticated amenities and dining within the heart of historic downtown Charleston.
Proudly owned and managed by Indigenous Nahua women, Hotel Taselotzin welcomes travelers to enjoy spacious accommodations, massage treatments, local tours, and Temazcal experiences.
Condos Hotels Natakam
Experience the spectacular natural beauty of Canada’s Côte-Nord region in the heart of Innu lands at this river-front destination ideal for whale watching and kayaking.
Spirit Ridge in The Unbound Collection by Hyatt
Experience an oasis in the Okanagan valley. This all-suite luxury resort offers premium dining and wine, golf, and spa packages in the heart of traditional Osoyoos Indian Band land.
Specializing in tide-to-table cuisine, eco-adventures, and guided cultural experiences, a stay in Ocean House lodge is arguably the best way to visit northern Haida Gwaii.
Roberts Riverwalk Urban Resort Hotel
Take in dazzling river views at this historic, upscale boutique hotel minutes away from Detroit’s best downtown entertainment and sports attractions.
Salamander Resort & SpaThe outdoors await at this perfectly-placed resort upon 340 acres in Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains, featuring trails, equestrian programs, gourmet dining, and so much more.
The Guitar Hotel at Seminole Hard Rock
The fun starts from the moment you drive up to this guitar-shaped hotel. A getaway filled with games, concerts, and delectable dining waits for you in Hollywood, Florida.
Skwachays Lodge & Hotel
Experience Canada's first Indigenous Arts Hotel in exciting Vancouver! Enjoy your stay in one of 18 beautifully designed suites, explore the art gallery, and support the Artists in Residence.
Spirit Bear Lodge
Kitasoo Xai’xais traditional territory is home to your next spectacular eco-tourism experience. Spot wildlife on land and sea, dine with friends, and watch whales right from your window.
Talking Stick Resort
Welcome to the traditional lands of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, where a luxurious Four-Diamond resort and 300,000 square foot casino make up the perfect Scottsdale getaway!
The Villas at Sunset Lane
Savor plate after plate of authentic Antiguan cuisine with your host and owner, Jackie. Her intimate boutique hotel is a colorful and refreshing escape.
Learn more about our BIPOC travel partnerships.
Why is partnering with self-identifying BIPOC owned travel businesses important to Heritage Travels?
We at Heritage Travels believe travel can and should make the world a better place, and we want to do our part to support communities who have been negatively affected by the world of tourism in one way or another. By connecting more of our travelers with BIPOC-owned businesses all around the world, we hope to contribute to a more fair and sustainable travel industry.
Our BIPOC-owned travel business partners are members of the Indigenous Travel Association of Canada, National Association of Black Hotel Owners, Operators, and Developers, American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA), Latin American Travel Association, Red Indigena de Turismo de Mexico, or Pacific Asia Travel Association.
We’d love to meet you! Please see our partnership media kit for next steps.