Please sign our guestbook.
A simple “I was here” will do.
– Folarin Kolawole
this is very creative &inspirational……keep up the good work bro
Nice one bro. Keep it up.
Thick sweats inside one of the oldest Caves ever,conquest of numerous Mountains and Hills…crossing of deep dangerous Rivers and …nights at one of the thickest forests around..ans so may more shows the kind of passion you have for nature and history.
I was here
@ doyin…tnx bruv
@ Segun…I will keep it up bro…its wonderlust in ma veins!
@ Diran…this is awesome bro!…so poetic…a lexical romance of wonderlust and its allures…tnx alot bro
@ Tolu….hahaha…yes, you were here.
Fola, I was certainly here and I am so IMPRESSED! I knew it was never an accident meeting you and working with you and I sure look forward to our friendship and working relationship in the years ahead.
Certainly, I will write for you – it’s time to share with my Naija brothas and sistas about the Kenyan tourism and of course my fixation with Naija people and food…tehehehe.
All the best,
I was here!
@ Bukky…yes you were here dear
@ Suzan…Its been great knowing you too…tnx alot
I can’t help but notice the glory of God in you. Keep it up.
@ Janet…tnx so much…u r blessed too.
femmy was in the building. Kip Bl*Zin and Kip Praying
@ Femi…tnx for your support bro…you’ve been a great resource..Ever bl*zing!
This is very nice
This is very nice,keep it up
You have a creative mind! It reflects in your love for nature. Or is it the other way round? I am glad to be here… Keep it up Folarin.
@ Dr Anifowose…wow!!…glad to know you were here sir?…thanks for dropping by…thanks
I can see where some my ideas are going to, remember we have copy right laws…
@ Temi…thanx a million dear…I definitely will
@ Idowu…hahaha….you are hilarious
Brilliant, keep it up
I was here, am impressed, I will visit again!
@ Nutritionalert…loll…tnx fellow blogger for dropping by.
i was here albeit briefly…hope to be back later in the week..cheers
@ Brother Tunji…awww…thanks for dropping by bruv…I appreciate…hope to have here soon
I was here and I really enjoyed browsing through the great articles, poems and pictures. Well done.
@ Myne Whitman…Thanks alot…am really glad to know you were here…Thanks for the comment too.
Big ups bruv. I seriously doff my hat for your talents, your interests and your abilities. All of these go a long way to show where your passions lie, am impressed. More power to Naija treks’ legs o, may the sole of his boots never go flat. Am looking forward to more stories from Naija’s journeys. So here am i saying, simple “I was here”
@ Femi…thanx for stopping by…yes,may the sole of our ‘trekking’ boot never erode oh! lol
I came, I saw and I signed the register…lol
@ Pelumi…so glad to know you were here…thanx
Keep firing d cylinders brov…..love dis new article…..
@ |Doyin…thanks for dropping by. props to you too.
fola…………….u da bomb..its really taking a big shape,,fill me in on any area,will be glad to contribute to d site.kudos good work.
@ Ayodeji…thanks for the comment…yeah I will welcome any ideas and contributions that’ll show the world the true pristine beauty hidden in the wilds of Naija!
@ folarin.. I was here oh…! lolz.. nice one man.. keep the blaze blazing..* winks.. we are proud of you.. you always rekindle my love for nature.. so, to everyone who is reading this one, i’d say “preserve nature… water a plant today..”
@ femi’s note// there is a God.. yes, I rode a horse at full speed at kuramo beach, i have caught a raindrop on my tongue, a firefly in my hand, right now, i want to leap of the cliffs of Idanre hills.. I love nature..!
hassan cortex was here…! gbam..>!
@ Hassancortex… Thanks alot bruv…and thanks for dropping by…you’re awesome and props to you too… but wait pls, you said you now want to jump off the cliffs of Idanre Hills? Ahh plsss ohh…don’t let it get to that…only if you’ve got a parachute strapped to your back…else…!!
You are doing a great job here well done!
@ Ope…thanks dear for your support…props to you too
I am here…..and will be for quite some time…lol
Hi sir. Itz nice 2 see u taking
naija 2 a higher height. Your
work is great. I must confess i
I would love 2 contribute 2
naijatrek bt i dont knw how. I
want 2 share my thoughts n
other God given talents 2 d
world out there through my
writings and create an impact in
our own motherland nigeria.
Hope it will b nice? Please get
back at me… One love . Thanks
Thanks Kofab for showing interest in Naijatreks…and it’s great you desire to impact your generation. We will email you shortly. Thanks.
Congratulations for being the Best Travel Blog!
I had to stop by briefly and let you know that I knew you would be or someone’s head would be on the chopping board…hehehe.
Will be back second week of September God willing…see you then.
@ Suzan…loll…I know…been a while though…Good to know you’re back…see soon
Awe-inspiring piece of vivid reality. Keep the Naija hope and aspirations alive and the flags flying at full MAST
@ Omeiza…thanks for the encouragement…will sure do
I was here ….Great work bro…
@ Olamide…thanks for dropping-by
I love this blog,Really hope to visit this places someday
Thanks Birddy4life, make sure you do someday, you’ll never forget the experience.
on my favorite bar!! will visit again,
well done O
Where can we go from Lagos during this Easter vacation. Will the waterfalls in Olumirin be dry or same like in d pics,
@ Kev…thanks for the favorite…since the rains are just coming back, I’m afraid the waters at Olumirin Falls will not be as it is in the photos (the photos were taken in the rainy season), but the falls will still be an exciting place visit though…but you may want to try some other exciting trips during this Easter break- talk of taking a hike from Ikogosi warm spring (www.wp.me/s2dKay-ikogosi) across the towering Effon Ridge and drop off at Ipole-Iloro to see the amazing Arinta Falls (www.wp.me/p2dKay-cf)- both in Ekiti State. You may also take you bikes along on this kind of trip…it’s uncommon in Naija, but its something you don’t want to miss I tell ya…Some other nearby places to visit include Old-Oyo National Park (www.wp.me/p2dKay-om) in Oyo State, Idanre Hills (www.wp.me/p2dKay-6q) and Ebomi Lake (www.wp.me/p2dKay-sM) in Ondo State- just to mention a few.
This is my fifth time of visiting your blog and the previous times I was content with remaining passive. I am sure quite a number of people are also guilty of this. Today I decided to speak up because I realized that there is a need to shed the belief that people making strides in the pursuit of their passion and dream are self motivated and thus do not require much external words of encouragement. I just want to go beyond my discreet self to commend and encourage a good cause – Naijatreks.
To the team I say thank you for enlightening me on the hidden tourist sites in Nigeria, for entertaining me with your pictures, poems and humour-laden and well articulated articles. Most importantly, thank you for being a source of inspiration to me with regards following my dreams, striving for excellence and leaving a tangible mark on the sands of time.
God bless you. Keep it up and strive even higher.
@ Lore…thanks a lot for your encouraging words…we hope to do a better job or re0presenting Naija’s tourism potentials…thanks again
I was here oooooooooooooooooooooo,nice one egbon
@ Annierukkie….Thanks for the visiting dear.
Hey pal…nice job…quite talented..thumbs up!
@Sirpee…thanks for the compliments…and thanks for visiting Naijatreks.
#smiling..proud to visit a True Naija Blog. Filled with the ‘ungone’,unwritten and unexplored” part of Nigeria….Thanks for educating more about nature and beautiful places in Nigeria. Now that I know more,about different tourist site to visit in different parts of Nigeria…it simply means I WAS HERE!!! *wink….kudos to Nijatrek!!!!!!
@Moville…we are glad to know that you’ve learnt alot about Naija’s tourism potentials. Thanks for visiting. Pls keep coming.
Orininality is very present here. Good work!
@Afoke…thanks for the compliment…actually, we aim to bring the world to the realization of the true wealth of tourism potentials our nation is blessed with; and we know that the best way to create a cache influential enough to achieve this goal is to be original in all our accounts.
good one and nice job more over when is the next mare festival coming up
@kourtneypearls…Mare festival takes place annually in December.
would love my firm to participate in the next mare festival, what ever it takes u could let me know
@kourtneypearls…great!! Noted. We will surely inform you of the date for the upcoming Mare Festival.
great work. do you give tours?
@Ainosakwe…thanks for the compliments…and yessss we do give tours.
I love what you are doing with your blog & thought to drop a woord of encouragement… keep it up
@ohiagirl…thanks alot…God bless you ooh
I stopped all at the office taking some few minutes to go thru ur website… i was thrilled knowing where this was coming from. Feel great to be part of this vision at some point [STAN]. I’m truly proud of you.
@Yo’blaze…thanks for stopping by…really appreciate…and yeah the Naijatreks dream lives on
I love you works…. I just want to encourage you to keep it up. Many might no comment but it doesn’t mean that we don’t appreciate it. Keep it up. GOD BLESS NIGERIANS
@Henry…thanks for the encouragement…will definitely keep it up. God bless you too
Well done lads, keep up the very good work. Would love to be part of this cool movement
@Kareem…thanks for your encouragement and interest in working with us. We will send you a reply to your email box.
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I was amazed when I stumbled on your blog. Awesome job you’re doing discovering our country and documenting it. More power to you!!
Would love to travel with you guys anytime.
@Abiols…thanks and thanks…we will soon start updating our readers with schedules of our trips in case they want to come along. Pls watch out.
Adding my voice to the others! Great job. Keep it up!
@Ade…thanks a lot for your encouragement.
You guys are just amazing! Truly a fan. Pure delights stumbled on it by accident of google.
@Adewale…thanks for your encouragement…means a lot to us..pls keep visiting
Love what you’ve done with the aesthetics of the site. It’s engaging and refreshing, expecting such to translate to you posts and plans for this year. #Excited! Keep it up.
@LM…thanks for the compliments… we are always ready to improve and get better at our story telling.
Love your blog and wish I can tour the country with your crew well I ll always feed my eyes and enrich my mind .kudos!
@Ngozi…awww, you definitely can tour with us. We will include your email on our tour notification mailing list so you can be notified of our upcoming tours….thanks for compliments..pls keep coming back
I was here!!!
I am here!!!
@Bishop…loll thanks for being ‘always here’ o!
Great work, so nice of Naijatreks to uplift Nigeria culture and tradition. Awesome. Pls i need more info about Oshun festival, do contact me directly on my email. thanks and God bless.
@Sunshine…thanks for the compliment. We will get in touch with you. Regards.
Great work you doing here.
Heard about this site today from a friend and decided to pay a visit. Looking forward to touring with you.
@Maureen…thanks for checking out our blog. We are also looking forward to having you on our next trip. Please submit your email address on our tour notification mailing list through the “Want to tour with us?” box on the right panel of our webpage.
This is the right avenue to see the beauty of my fatherland. I was here.
i love tourism and i’m to and would continue to be here. Thanks
Thanks for the Information offered here. Nigeria is great if we learn to appreciate these blessings we have and work towards living together in oness, tolerance and respect for law and order, the sky will be a stepping stone. God Bless Nigeria.