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Photos from our Recent Small Group Hiking Trip to Oke-Ado Mountain and Igbo-Ora Town, Oyo State

Photos from our Recent Small Group Hiking Trip to Oke-Ado Mountain and Igbo-Ora Town, Oyo State

The day started out beautiful and sunny; and despite the fuel scarcity in the bustling city of Lagos, nothing could dampen the mood we were in. We were all so happy to get out of Lagos for a day, away from our busy lives, breathe the fresh air of the countryside and do what we…

Beautiful Photos from our Recent Small Group Trip to Badagry

Beautiful Photos from our Recent Small Group Trip to Badagry

Putting together the Badagry trip was a little challenging due to the crazy fuel scarcity in Nigeria at the time. However, the trip was a success and participants had great fun! See photos below:                 Embarking on the Popular Slave Route:              …

Tell the World About Your Nigerian Hometown! #Unveilmynaija

Tell the World About Your Nigerian Hometown! #Unveilmynaija

  Having explored the nooks and crannies of Nigeria for over a decade, discovering and telling stories about the wealth of natural and cultural touristic potentials this country is endowed with, we have come to realize that we cannot tell this story alone. Beyond this, we even realized that we cannot tell the stories better…

Naijatreks’ Amazing 3-Day Adventure Trip to Ondo and Osun States!

Naijatreks’ Amazing 3-Day Adventure Trip to Ondo and Osun States!

Early on the morning of Saturday, 2nd August, 2014, our travel group set off on a quest to conquer the soaring and daunting heights of the massive Effon Ridge in Osun State, on which cascades the seven stages of Olumirin Waterfalls (also known as Erin-Ijesa Falls). One of the attractions on the trip was to…

The Anchor of Last Slave Ship recently excavated at Badagry Lagoon Front

The Anchor of Last Slave Ship recently excavated at Badagry Lagoon Front

  Upon the beach sands of the old slave port at Badagry, southwest Nigeria, lie a small field of rock cobbles which were use used to mark the area where an old anchor was found buried. According to our  tour guide, Mr. Anago who took us on a tour of Badagry, “the buried anchor was…

Through the Belly of Eredo in Ijebu Land

Through the Belly of Eredo in Ijebu Land

  Your mysteries are forever locked within you, Enveloped in your green cocoon, I can’t help but wonder the hands that dug you, How carefully they worked, crafted and steered you.   Were they slaves or free born? Did they use their bare hands, metal or wooden tools? Did they sing or silently trudge through…

The Science of Danfo Transportation in Ibadan…. I couldn’t Stop Laughing while Watching This! [Video]

The Science of Danfo Transportation in Ibadan…. I couldn’t Stop Laughing while Watching This! [Video]

Kayode Oyinbo, an American who is on a visit to Nigeria, learned how to speak Yoruba fluently and decides to take a trip around the ancient town of Ibadan, taking danfo buses and local cabs. See the video clip below. However, here is a summary of his step by step guide: Step 1: Go to…

Top 10 Waterfalls to Visit in Nigeria

Top 10 Waterfalls to Visit in Nigeria

Nigeria is blessed with many amazing and breath-taking waterfalls; some consisting of limpid waters plunging down high and steep cliffs of smoothened rock faces, while some are made up of multiple cascades of fresh waters forming a stepwise configuration along a single river course, and others consist of smaller volume of fresh but cool spring…

The Genius of our ancient Yoruba Architects

The Genius of our ancient Yoruba Architects

I stood upon a hilltop in Idanre land, 900m above the surrounding plains. Before me sat the ancient Oba’s Palace, surrounded by thickets of verdant forests, outshoots of granite rocks and relics of the ageless Oke-Idanre village. The mud buildings stand bold and strong, through centuries they endured countless downpours of fearsome rains and inestimable…

Plateau State Gov. approves N2bn makeover for Jos Wildlife Park

Plateau State Gov. approves N2bn makeover for Jos Wildlife Park

The Plateau Government has approved N2 billion for the rehabilitation and expansion of Jos Wildlife Park in 2014, an official said in an interview recently. The General Manager of Plateau State Tourism Corporation, Mr John Doy, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Jos that the money would be used to restock the park…

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