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I started this group to find other African Americans who want more outdoor adventures such as hiking, zip lining, horseback riding, whitewater rafting, bike riding, sailing, hot air balloon rides, bi-plane rides, overnight camp outs, weekend getaways and more. The purpose is to bring together men and women who want to escape the daily humdrum and replace it with some fun, excitement and sometimes new and challenging experiences that are exhilarating, leaving you with lifetime memories. Our adventures will also help build your confidence, help you get or stay fit and healthy, all with a group of friendly and supportive people. The African American Adventurers is for you if you are black and ready to live life to it's fullest! Join us today...

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Military Veterans

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Mt. Kilimanjaro Expedition (July 3 - 16, 2021)

Mount Kilimanjaro

Join Atlanta's African American Explorers for an adventure to the Roof of Africa! We begin our trek to the summit of Kilimanjaro via the Lemosho Route on July 3, 2021. This epic adventure allows for 6-12 people. Contact Wandi via messenger for details.

CANCELLED - Planning session for the Road Trip to St. Louis Moonlight Bike Ride

The Moonlight Bike Ride is an annual bike rike ride that takes place in Downtown St. Louis on Saturday, August 29th 2015. The Moonlight Bike Ride begins at midnight from the area of Bush Stadium through the well lit and police protected streets of Downtown St. Louis. There are about 4,000 bike riders involved in the event.There are two distances to ride, one for about 20 miles and the second one for about 49 miles. It is one of the biggest and best coordinated bike ride in the country. We will arrive in St. Louis at about 4:00 P.M. on Friday, August 28th, 2015. We will check in a downtown hotel in walking distance to the event. You choose not to bring your own bike you will be able to rent a bike on the on the evening of the event and keep it over night for $40.00. There is an application process to participate in the Moonlight Bike Ride that cost $50.00 which also include a covered Moonlight Bicycle Ride T-shirt. We will also visit the famous Sweetie Pie Restaurant for dinnner on Friday evening. We also plan to enjoy a local urban dance club on Friday. On Saturday Morning we will walk a 4.5 mile trail near the Downtown Arch and the St. Louis Riverfront. On Saturday Afternoon we will have lunch at the River Boat Casino. There will be ample free time prior to the bike ride for visiting downtown shops and restaurants. We have identified several hotels in Downtown St. Louis with very reasonable hotel rates. We will decide on the exact accommondations once we have the number of attnedees which makes it possible to negoiate the best rate at a 3 or 4 star hotel. Travel to St. Louis will be by vehicles or you may make airline reservations which are very reasonable. All of the hotels in Downtown St. Louis have shuttle services to and from the airport to the hotels. More detailed information will be discussed at the planning meeting. We plan to depart St. Louis on Sunday approximately 11:00 A.M, after a breakfast meeting. Travel distance from Atlanta to St. Louis area is approximately 550 miles about an 8- hour drive.

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