Friends, Family & Kinfolk

Your Diasporic Soul heritage and healing experience will allow you to enjoy Senegal’s rich, thriving and vibrant culture and natural beauty. You will feed your Diasporic Soul and go beyond being a tourist as you learn about the importance of family, community, cuisine, commerce, history and spirituality in Senegalese culture.

You will enjoy the warm, welcoming Senegalese teranga|hospitality in local villages, at our home and in our café . Visiting the Museum of Black Civilizations, Goree Island and the African Renaissance Monument will allow you to recognize and celebrate our capacity for resistance and resilience. Spending time at the beach with Mami Water at Toubab Dialow and Samone Lagoon national park will be a fun way to connect with nature’s healing powers. Visiting the Ville de Artistes and engaging with local artists will allow you to experience the creative aspect of SOUL. Practicing stillness-based yoga and communing with nature will allow you to connect to spirit while you allow yourself to rest, relax and experience restoration.

Lodging is provided in the Tangor Guest House, which is our well-appointed family home.


Our 9-Day Heritage & Healing experiences begin at $1500 per person. Our packages include all lodging, on-site meals, excursions, ground transportation and a Diasporic Soul tee shirt.  Off-site meals are not included.  

Our non-refundable deposit is $500 per person and remaining payments can be made monthly in the amount of $250.  HBCU Grads receive a $125 discount that is applied to their final payment.

Payments are processed electronically via Wave; please contact us at or via WhatsApp at 221-77-842-3650 to book your Diasporic Soul Heritage & Healing experience.

An invoice for your non-refundable deposit and subsequent payment(s) will be generated at the time of your booking.


Delta Airlines and Air Senegal fly directly from JFK airport to Dakar (DSS) multiple times a week. Other airlines such as Air Maroc and Tap Portugal also offer flights here via Casablanca and Lisbon, respectively.

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