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Charming Natural Beaches in Okposo Village, Akwa Ibom State: #UnveilmyNaija Post 03

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Sunset at the natural beach in my village- Okposo village, Ibeno local government area, Akwa Ibom State.  –Christopher Tom, from Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria.

Christopher Tom from Okposo Village, Akwa Ibom State in south-south Nigeria decided to share some lovely photos he took when he visited his village recently. It is amazing to see some charming natural beaches set in remote locations in our great country, Nigeria. Okposo Village is definitely a treasure waiting to be discovered. We will remember that our last #UnveilmyNaija post was also from Akwa Ibom- in which Nortey Akpotive shared photos of her trip to the beautiful Ibeno Beach. These two posts apparently confirms the huge tourism potentials held by the pristine beaches in Ibeno Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State.

This post and that of Nortey has also projected the aim of our #UnveilmyNaija project, as they both jointly unveiled one of the many tourism potentials the world out there needs to know about our beautiful country.

We look forward to more entries from people who will love to tell their story on our platform. Enjoy the photos from Christopher Tom below:

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– One of the villagers who is just returning from the sea with a big bag of crayfish. She has packed them up in a big nylon sac and will later take it to the big markets in the towns for sale.

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– Plenty crayfish from the sea.

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– The natural beach in Okposo village, Akwa Ibom State.

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– The foot path leading to the beach side from my village…notice the white sands?

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This article was written by Folarin Kolawole

Founder of Naijatreks, Nigerian-born Folarin Kolawole is a geologist, travel writer and researcher. When not at work, he travels the length and breadth of Nigeria, exploring, taking photos and writing about her numerous hidden tourist potentials.   'Naijatreks' is a product name registered under the Ntreks brand, which is also duly registered by Nigeria's Federal Corporate Affairs Commission. The contents on this blog are re-usable. However, it must be ensured that it is linked back to this blog, and correctly attributed to Naijatreks or the author. Please do not edit, rewrite or commercialize the original works on this blog without direct and written permission from the Founder (Folarin Kolawole). For inquiries and advert placement on the blog, kindly contact us at info@naijatreks.com or naijatreks@gmail.com.

3 comments:

berrydakara@gmail.com' Berry DakaraAugust 19, 2015 at 6:05 amReply

Wow, very pretty. NT, you are so right about the tourism potential, but will it ever be realized?

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NaijatreksAugust 19, 2015 at 4:58 pmReply

@Berry… you know, that one big fear that bugs my mind. Sometimes, I just think that these awesome potentials will eventually be bastardized by people who do not know their worth or value :( We can only hope that things will get better before that happens. Thanks for your comment Berry.

Greyeyes07@yahoo.com' thessyFebruary 1, 2016 at 10:01 amReply

Nigeria is so blessed with the beauty of nature and it’s produce. Thank you for the explore! We are beginning to see the true beauty of our country!
Good work Mr Folarin!

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