AfRoots Always

Lisbon’s street are full of travellers and the Africans root as well. Everyday new interesting people are joining our adventure and sharing their wonderful stories and opinions. This time 5 warriors from Ghana, Spain, Greece and the US were in. During never-ending hours of sharing and fun, we finally end our trip late in the … More AfRoots Always

Mandela Day

Today, we celebrate one of the greatest characters of the last centuries, an example of fight, a model of life that everyone must try to resemble in order to give a chance to our world to be more beautiful: Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela (18 juillet 1918 – 5 décembre 2013) Inspired on one of his quotes ” Education … More Mandela Day

In”Moyi magazine” we have a place

Lisbon & Africa, a long history that we share with you. Your reference tour in Lisbon about Africa with your guide Naky. We have been visited by ”Moyi Magazine” from Belgium confirming in their publication our reputation to awaken the history and enjoy the present. Thanks to Jeanne Mercier & Baptiste de Ville d’Avray and the whole team of ”Moyi … More In”Moyi magazine” we have a place

When ”Lonely Planet Traveller” Magazine talks about us

African Lisbon Tour would like to thank Lonely Planet Traveller Magazine from UK for their interest and their collaboration. Lonely Planet Traveller Magazine brings you incredible stories about the world’s most exciting destinations and new experiences. African Lisbon Tour is present in their new publication of April 2017. Check it and for your next trip, think about booking … More When ”Lonely Planet Traveller” Magazine talks about us

When Lonely Planet Traveller Magazine Talks about us

African Lisbon tour would like to thank Lonely Planet Traveller Magazine from UK for their collaboration. Lonely Planet Traveller Magazine brings you every month the world’s best destinations to inspire your next trip away. African Lisbon Tour is present in April publication and is available everyday for you. For your next trip to Lisbon,you already know … More When Lonely Planet Traveller Magazine Talks about us

Henry the black

Enrique of Malacca was a native of the Malay Archipelago. Also known as Henry the Black, he was Ferdinand Magellan’s personal servant and interpreter. He had been reportedly captured by Sumatran slavers from his home islands. In 1511 he was purchased by Ferdinand Magellan in a Malaccan slave market and baptized as Henrique (spanish Enrique), … More Henry the black

Gaspar Yanga and Blacks in Mexico:1570 African Slave Revolt in Veracruz

The heritage of Africans in Mexico after Christopher Columbus is a rarely explored topic in the history books of the Americas. Gaspar Yanga is one of the neglected figures within African history in the Americas. He was the founder of the town Yanga, located in the Veracruz region of Mexico, between the Port of Veracruz … More Gaspar Yanga and Blacks in Mexico:1570 African Slave Revolt in Veracruz

JOHN BROWN (1800-1859)

John Brown, radical antislave, abolitionist who believed armed insurrection was the only way to overthrow the institution of slavery in the United States. Traumatized from his childhood to have attended violence imposed on a slave, he dedicated his life to the abolitionist cause after the murder, in 1837, of a friend who shared his ideas. In 1847, … More JOHN BROWN (1800-1859)