Break from the hustle and bustle of the city and embark on an adventure to explore
the beautiful Island of Martha’s Vineyard while supporting black-owned businesses.
All-Inclusive Exclusive Private Tour
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In collaboration with MV Black Business Directory, Live Like A Local Tours Boston has curated an inclusive tour of Martha’s Vineyard sponsored by BECMA and Boston Ujima Project! BECMA and Ujima Members are invited to eat, drink, shop, and support Black-owned businesses at this inclusive event in Oak Bluffs, Vineyard Haven, and across the Island.
1 DAY TOUR FROM NUBIAN SQUARE TO MARTHA'S VINEYARD
The MV Black Biz Day Tour allows BECMA and Ujima members to escape the city and explore the Island of Martha’s Vineyard to support Black-owned businesses. India Rose started the MV Black Business Directory to ensure that visitors knew where to go to support black businesses Island.
♦ Lite breakfast at Dudley Cafe
♦ Round-trip transportation to and from Wood’s Hole
♦ Round trip ticket on the Steam Ship Authority to & from Oaks Bluff
♦ Tour of Oaks Bluff on the African American Heritage Trail*
♦ Sip & Shop to support Black businesses in Vineyard Haven
♦ A Caribbean-inspired Lunch at Chef Deon’s
*There will be a morning and afternoon tour due to capacity limits.
MV Tour Black Business Spotlight
Explore Martha's Vineyard, Learn it’s Black History, while Supporting black-owned businesses!
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Live Like A Local Tours Boston
Food, History, Culture Tour
Live Like A Local Tour Boston is designed for you to experience all that and way more. We've created a tour where people can explore Boston from a passionate local's perspective. We will guide you through these hidden gems to explore the food, history, and culture of Roxbury, Dorchester, and Jamaica Plain.
MV black-owned business Directory
Investing in black-owned businesses and shopping with a purpose on Martha's Vineyard.
The Martha’s vineyard black-owned business listing is a directory that was created as a resource to empower visitors to make supportive buying decisions, with the additional knowledge of the island’s ever-growing african american community.