The word Diaspora meaning 'scattered' originated from the dispersion of the Jewish population after the Babylonian exile. However, starting from the 16th century, the word refers to large scattering of the black slaves that mainly took place as part of the transatlantic slave trade from Africa.
The ADH Trail is an important part of Bermuda’s history and we have sites in every parish.
Aspects of the history, customs, culture and experiences of slaves and their descendants in Bermuda have been officially designated by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) as part of the Slave Route Project and therefore must be preserved.
Come join us on this fascinating journey to learn more about our history, where we come from, our customs and traditions.
Below are the some of the historical places we cover:
Tucker House Museum in St. George
Pilot Darrell's Square in St. George
Commissioners House at the Royal Naval Dockyard
The Bermuda Maritime Museum
Cobb's Hill Methodist Church (The oldest existing Methodist building in
Bermuda that was built by slaves by moonlight)
St. Peter's Church (The oldest Anglican church where a historic slave graveyard is still intact)
6.5 Hour Tour
-includes time for lunch (meal not included)
$92 per person (joining up with others) **
$890 flat rate for Private Groups of 1 -10 people; additional passengers: $92 per person**
**Tour Prices DO NOT include any entrance fees for the World Heritage Center & the Deliverance or other requested stops. All entrance fees will be the responsibility of the customer.
Although we will make every effort to accommodate your tour, tours Require a minimum of 10 participants. Tours that fall short of the minimum number of 10 participants may be cancelled any time before departure.
We will try to contact you at least 72 hours prior. Please confirm at least 72 hours prior to arrival!
Call: 1- 441-704-8477