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32 comments:

cometonigeria@googlemail.com' Oladimeji AdisaFebruary 5, 2011 at 9:22 amReply

Great works, nice images that are making us proud. Please get in touch urgently.

kafinmadaki@yahoo.com' NadiaApril 10, 2011 at 12:05 pmReply

Good day, the picture at the bottom right corner of your “contact” page: is that a Nigerian or Cameroonian chief? It is reminiscent of the bamilekes in the Cameroun Highlands. I wld be grateful for clarification. thank you

Folarin KolawoleApril 11, 2011 at 4:31 amReply

@ Nadia, the picture was gotten from http://www.africandigitalart.com through google imagies. So you may be right. We used the picture because it seems to project the theme of the poem by Tosin Gbogi posted just above it on our bottom right pane. Thanks. Btw, are a Cameroonian?

aprekebena@yahoo.com' ann-marieApril 12, 2011 at 3:41 pmReply

hi;Iim a geologist working on articles for geotourism. i think i would make a great addition to your team of staff. Please send me an email of your response.Thanks and great work you’ve got going on. ‘thumbs up’

Folarin KolawoleApril 14, 2011 at 9:33 amReply

That’s interesting Ann…an email has been sent to your box. Kindly check.

Folarin KolawoleApril 13, 2011 at 3:59 amReply

@ Ann-Marie…thanks for your interest in Naijtreks. We’ll surely get back to you.

t.dedouhet@yahoo.fr' T DedouhetJune 5, 2011 at 5:25 pmReply

Fola, we are in Jos with our ecotours… go on http://www.ecotourhills.com for your next visit on the Plateau we’ll show you what how beautiful it can be when you go off tracks. Well done. Thomas

Folarin KolawoleJune 6, 2011 at 5:10 pmReply

@ T. Dedouhet….thanks for your desire to show us more of the natural wonders on Jos Plateau…and its so awesome to know that some people are working hard to repackage the lost glory of the Plateau…will get in touch with you anytime we’re coming up north….keep up the great work.

NaijatreksApril 19, 2012 at 2:04 amReply

Thanks @
T Dedouhet…you’ve got a nice blog over there

abiolaolusegunopeyemi@yahoo.com' abiola olusegunOctober 3, 2011 at 11:18 amReply

VISIONS OF A DREAM MAKER
I salute d visions of d maker
Not eatin bread n butter.
Fighting battles wit d thorny edges of activating dreams
A gud work of a legend in making
I duff my hat and my hrt to NAIJA TREK CREW.

NaijatreksOctober 3, 2011 at 8:08 pmReply

Thanks Segun…those lines are quite encouraging…props to you too..thanks for dropping-by.

babaolu72@yahoo.com' muyiwaApril 17, 2012 at 2:05 amReply

My name Olumuyiwa Babajide kolawole I love this blog man.Bless from St Louis MO USA

NaijatreksApril 19, 2012 at 1:55 amReply

Thanks alot Olumuyiwa Babajide Bankole :)

Tim Holt-WilsonMay 15, 2012 at 8:14 pmReply

Hello Folarin,
Loving your blog and its photos of places I doubt I shall ever visit. Your work explores the spirit of each place. Tell me: is the work of Susanne Wenger (1915-2009) respected in the Yoruba culture of Nigeria? I have a book about the shrines she constructed. I wonder if they survive and are used by local people.
Regards,
Tim Holt-Wilson
UK

NaijatreksMay 21, 2012 at 8:44 pmReply

@facebook-580258836:disqus …Thanks for the compliments sir..and yes of course the works of Susanne Wenger are well respected in Yoruba culture and they’re well preserved at the Osun Grove in Osun State (SW Nigeria)…you may try coming on a visit to the next annual Osun Osogbo festival later in the year. Some of them are also displayed here on Naijatreks- http://www.naijatreks.com/2011/09/osun-osogbo-fest-nt/

timholtwilson@onetel.com' Tim Holt-WilsonJune 4, 2012 at 11:50 amReply

My blogging begins…  I have included a message about your work, and I hope you don’t mind me adding two of your photos. See http://mythicgeography.blogspot.co.uk/
Best regards,
Tim Holt-Wilson
UK

NaijatreksJune 4, 2012 at 12:09 pmReply

@ Tim-Holt Wilson….whoa!! That’s awesome…Thanks for featuring Naijatreks on your blog. yes you can use our photos Nice one Tim.

NaijatreksJune 4, 2012 at 12:12 pmReply

@ Tim-Holt Wilson….whoa!! That’s awesome…Thanks for featuring Naijatreks on your blog. yes you can use our photos Nice one Tim.

Tim Holt-WilsonJuly 5, 2012 at 3:37 pmReply

It is so sad what happened at Bodo in the Niger delta -
http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2012/apr/23/shell-nigeria-oil-spill-bigger. 

Regards, Tim

NaijatreksJuly 16, 2012 at 11:46 pmReply

Thanks Tim. It’s indeed sad to see the damage oil exploration has brought to our natural environment. In fact, the Niger Delta has received enough battering in this respect and its high time something get’s done about the situation.

NaijatreksOctober 28, 2012 at 9:28 pmReply

@Tim….well such a sad story isn’t it. :(

dolapoapata@yahoo.com' dolrocOctober 26, 2012 at 5:48 pmReply

I’m a geologist and a  tourism enthusiast, I will really like to  be a part  of your team. I have a lot to learn from you guys.  I will love to hear from you.

NaijatreksOctober 28, 2012 at 9:28 pmReply

@dolroc…awww…that’s awesome…thanks for your interest in Naijatreks and your enthusiasm to want to explore with us…kindly subscribe to our mailing list (top right corner of the webpage) so that you can receive update of our upcoming trip. You may also send us an email (naijatreks@gmail.com) we will like to hear from you.

zino5@live.com' HamzaNovember 29, 2012 at 9:25 amReply

hi naijatreks. i too am a tourism enthusiat too and i am very interested in your next trips and how i can contribute to your agenda. i tried joining hte mailing list as directed below it iseems not to be there any more.

NaijatreksNovember 29, 2012 at 9:04 pmReply

@Hamza…Thanks for notifying us of the unavailability of our subscription box on
our page. It was an error in a section of our page settings. We have
corrected it…also, thanks for your interest in Naijatreks. We will update you on our upcoming trips. Best regards :)

georgeadedolapo@gmail.com' AdedolapoJanuary 12, 2014 at 5:20 pmReply

Hi Naijatrek, Still loving your articles. I am a zoologist by education interested in conservation in Nigeria and the world. I am passionate about travelling especially when it comes to ecotourism and a firm believer in propagating the tourism potentials of our beloved country. This is because I am of the opinion that not enough is done to tap into this potentials. As a student, I was opportuned by virtue of my course to travel to Olumirin waterfall, Ikogosi warm spring, Yankari game reserve Jos wildlife sanctuary and many more places. I would love to be a part of what you do. Is there any chance of joining your team? Awaiting your response

NaijatreksJanuary 15, 2014 at 3:17 pmReply

@Adedolapo…good to know that you have a great passion for wildlife conservation in Nigeria. At the moment, Naijatreks is presently trying to expand, which will include bringing more people on-board the team as time goes on. Pls be patient with us for now as we are having some delays due to some little challenges. We will update our readers about our plans in due time. Thankss a lot for your interest Adedolapo.

Bimkems@yahoo.co.uk' Jegede Oluwakemi (Ninilolajegede ‘s mum)January 14, 2014 at 3:59 pmReply

Folarin, am very impressed about your blog, you are doing a good job. Please keep it up.

NaijatreksJanuary 15, 2014 at 3:35 pmReply

@Jegede Oluwakemi….Mummy Nini, thanks alot for visiting the blog! This is a big surprise :) I really appreciate your encouragement ma.

imtaderazak@gmail.com' Razak TadeFebruary 18, 2014 at 9:36 amReply

Hi Folarin i really love what your doing wanted to suggest a few things to your work since its not possible for you to visit and explore the whole 350 ethnic culture groups and places in naija with your crew why dont you accept pictures and videos from tourist or locals that sees and will be able to share their experience with us all through your site.
Rgds

NaijatreksFebruary 18, 2014 at 4:26 pmReply

@Razak…you just proposed a very interesting and awesome idea. We will take this up and implement it asap. Great idea is it!

anenetochukwu@yahoo.com' TochukwuJune 25, 2014 at 7:43 amReply

Hey Folarin, am a writer to but i write exclusively for a travel agency. I would really love to learn and train under an experienced travel writer like you. How do you i join your team…

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