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The Allure of Ebomi Lake

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Colours of the Delta

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Owá Cave- The House of a Thousand Bats

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Endangered Terrapin Turtles Discovered in Akure, Nigeria

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Boat Reggata on the Creeks- PortHarcourt Tourist Beach

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Idanre Hills- The City of Caves and Inselbergs

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Memories from Assop falls and Riyom Rock Formation, Jos Plateau

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Ogonokom Waterside- I See Three Boats, You See Four

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Farin-Ruwa – A Smoke on the Rocks

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A Peace Like the Creeks of Niger Delta

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Kerang- The Volcanoes that Blew Jos

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The Seven Plunges of Arinta- Let’s go chasing waterfalls!


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The Wild Angalas of Niger Delta


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Zuma Rock, The Dome with a Human Face

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Held by the Spell of Owena Lake

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Niger Delta from the Window of a Cockpit

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Healing from the Bowels of a Stygian Cave


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Ever captured the splash of Creek Waters at Sunset?

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The Mysterious Waters of Olumirin Falls in Erin-Ijesa


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How many Lagos Beaches have you been to?


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Igbara-Oke Petroglyphs- Mysterious inscriptions on a rock in Igbara Oke, made by an Ancient Warrior

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Exploring the Wilds of Igbo-Olodumare: The Forest of a Thousand Demons

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We Captured Olósùnta & Òrólè- The Giant Okitis of Ekiti Land

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Shere Hills- A Charming 1,829m Pile of Rocks

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The Dark Agbaku Cave: Where Ancient Oyo Warriors Hid their Heads

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Meet Òrólè and Olósùnta- The Twin Warriors of Ikere People


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Enchanted by the Spell of this Lasgidi

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Sunshine on My Feet: Ikogosi Warm & Cold Springs, Ekiti

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Arinta Waterfalls- Gushing Cascades, Five Jolly Lagosians, Easter Break!

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Called to the Wilds of Ebomi Lake, Ipesi-Akoko

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Òrósùn, the goddess of the Jagged Peaks of Idanre

 

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Uncovered: New Tourist Attraction on Idanre Hills

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Once upon the Lagos Lagoon…

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Niger Delta- A Fishing Camp Floats on a Saline Fluid

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Travelling the Devil’s Elbows of Obudu Mountain

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Osun-Osogbo Festival: Renewing a Mystic Bond with the River goddess


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Unusual Fauna in Unusual Places- Monitor Lizards in Igarra, Edo State

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Enchanted by Port Harcourt’s Wildlife Park

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Ayantunde Oyinbo: The German who speaks with Bata drums

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Sunset in Niger Delta- I Am Enthralled

Travelogue Nigeria_Naijatreks Ureje Lake: My Reflection in a Blue Glassy Fluid

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Tope, the Fat Fisherman of Ureje Lake

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Aki and Ukwa- My first Delicacy in Igbo Land

Travelogue Nigeria_NaijatreksTwinkle Twinkled the Showers of Gurara Falls, Niger State

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Sarah Forbes: England’s Precious Capture from Òkè-Àdán War

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Hunting with the Mona Monkeys of Niger Delta

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Candido da Fonseca Galvao, the Yoruba Prince of Brazil

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Lost in the Tracks of Owa Cave, Idanre Hills

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 Ngwo Cave and Waterfall: An Hidden Wonder of Milliken Hill, Enugu

 

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Idanre Lights up with Mare Festival Day-1

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Mare Festival Day-2: The Rise of Idanre’s Champion Mountain Climber

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The Coconuts of Lagos Lagoon- Tourism, Trails & Potentials

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Victoria Island Gone Wild: Another Bundle of Nuisance or Tourism Potential?

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Strange Birds, Broken Lands, Rich Fauna: The Niger Delta

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I live in the Delta, I am a Dug-out Canoe

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The Volcanoes of Jos Plateau- Get Your Pants Dirty

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The New Alagbaka Fountain in Ondo State: An Automatic Tourist Attraction? …Naija people shaaa

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An Aboki’s Craft Shop Reposed in the Chambers of Eko-Hotels and Suites, Lagos

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Scammed at the Ancient Oba’s Palace, Idanre Hills

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The Twin Showers of Awhum Falls & Caves, Enugu- Catholic Sisters say "No Cameras allowed!”

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Engulfed by the Rich Belly of Iho-Eleeru Cave, Ondo State

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Exploring the neglected Coal Mines of Enugu’s Iva Valley

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Ok this is how they fish in the Niger Delta!!!

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A Polythene Kite above the coloured skies of Eagle Island, Port-Harcourt

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Wowed by the sun, sand and sea of the Atican Beach, Lekki

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Enchanted by the waters of Nike Lake, Enugu

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The raging Kuramo Beach and the Area Boys who attempted fishing

 

Travelogue Nigeria_NaijatreksKill another African Softshell Turtle and you’ve killed another Niger Delta pikin!!!

 

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Coals of fire, dancing on Sambreiro River

 

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NYSC is almost over, will I now leave Ibadan without visiting this lake? No way!!

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In the land of Igarra, Edo State, rumbles a gracious, yet unknown waterfall…

Travelogue Nigeria_NaijatreksBuildings left-over, yet they tell the story of our Niger Delta

Travelogue Nigeria_NaijatreksIf you lived in Benin, am so sure you’ll know the Igun Bronze Casters…

Travelogue Nigeria_NaijatreksAba Cave in Akure: A great potential, yet unknown

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Beach crabs at Atican Resort, Lekki- The most amusing, so amazing!

 

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CARNIRIV 2012 Boat Regatta: “Never seen a cultural display like this before!!!”

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The love for Bòlì and Roasted fish #LifeinPHcity

 

Travelogue Nigeria_NaijatreksOnikan National Museum, Lagos: No Cameras Allowed but I snuck mine in

Travelogue Nigeria_NaijatreksYenagoa Ox-bow Lake: The lake that stole my heart!

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The Lagos You don’t See: Naijatreks led a team of International Travel Bloggers and Photographers through the City of Lagos on a Bus Tour!

Travelogue Nigeria_NaijatreksThe Lagos You Don’t See: The amazing Nike Art Gallery in Lekki

Travelogue Nigeria_NaijatreksThe Lagos You Don’t See: A Whitespace, Ikoyi, where we connected back with an ancient Nigeria

Travelogue Nigeria_NaijatreksBogobiri Restaurant in Ikoyi, Lagos…You’ll either Love it or Hate it!!

Travelogue Nigeria_NaijatreksAmazing! We found Bush Babies in Niger Delta

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Thirsty for tasty chilled fresh Palm wine in Victoria Island, Lagos?

 

Travelogue Nigeria_Naijatreks The Fela’s Shrine you don’t see!

Travelogue Nigeria_NaijatreksElémìnígèdè Lake in Ekiti- The mysterious waters that breathe!

Travelogue Nigeria_NaijatreksBadagry: The day I ate Òfadà rice with fresh Palmy

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The mysterious underground channels of the Ancient Oba’s Palace in Akure, SW Nigeria

Travelogue Nigeria_Naijatreks Heated debate! Ile-Ife OR Iho-Eleeru: which is the cradle of the Yoruba people?

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KA – LA – KU! KA-LA-KU-TA! You don’t need to love Fela’s Kalakuta Museum!

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Just a night on an Island, hidden in the Niger Delta

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Olumo Rock- pile of boulders, home of caves, residence of ancient shrines

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Don’t buy art works at any Lagos beach!

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Lekki Leisure Lake: the fastest growing weekend hangout spot in Lagos [Photos]

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A day out across the Lagos Lagoon… for those who dread the lagoon waters of Lagos

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Meet Nigeria’s top Travel Bloggers… It’s live! [See Photos and Full Video]

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The Genius of our ancient Yoruba Architects

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6 Reasons why you should visit Badagry

 

Travelogue Nigeria_Naijatreks The Night I spent in a real Village in Nigeria! [Photos]

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Okpa: The Craziest Street Food in Enugu!

 

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Tarkwa Bay: The Treasure Island in Lagos

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Lagos Carnival 2014: The Ikoyi Road Show in Photos

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Full Video: Lagos Carnival 2014 Road Show

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Agidan Festival, Oyo: Climbing the Gigantic Agidan Hill to See the Irúnmọlẹ̀’s Exact Landing Spot on Earth

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Sungbo’s Eredo in Ijebu Discovered: One of the Largest Archeological Phenomena South of the Sahara Desert

 

Travelogue Nigeria_Naijatreks Through the Belly of Eredo in Ijebu Land

 

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Queen of Sheba’s Tomb in Ijebu Ode: For those Who Don’t Believe [Photos]

 

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

 

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Glorious Abacha! a.k.a. African Salad…That’s what we found on our way to Awhum Waterfall, Enugu

 

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Can you pronounce Agbegilodo?

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See Photos of Naijatreks Trip to the Sacred Oke-Ado Mountains of Oyo

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Ado-Awaye Suspended Lake… The Heartbeat of Oke-Ogun

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See Photos: Naijatreks’ Amazing Trip to Ondo-Osun!

 

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Osun-Osogbo Festival 2014: Lighting of the 500-year-old Sixteen-point Lamp #AtupaOlojumerindinlogun

27 comments:

Atkison@gmail.com' Cindy GironaJanuary 18, 2011 at 6:49 pmReply

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Ninke270@hotmail.com' Judith LapidusFebruary 1, 2011 at 6:37 amReply

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Fear82@gmail.com' FrankFebruary 5, 2011 at 8:48 pmReply

Very interesting, thank you for sharing!

fawekuntope@yahoo.com' Fawekun topeFebruary 8, 2011 at 11:39 pmReply

You guys are really doing great,do keep the ball rolling

Folarin KolawoleFebruary 10, 2011 at 1:29 pmReply

Thanks Tope..hope you are fine

sammietakins@yahoo.com' Pastor ClickFebruary 14, 2011 at 11:42 amReply

Star trek…and not “naija boy” trek…lol..cos u r for global relevance..kip up the good work bro…

Folarin KolawoleFebruary 14, 2011 at 2:50 pmReply

@ Pastor Click…thanks again n again..ur great

Tri12@hotmail.co.uk' StellaMarch 4, 2011 at 10:06 amReply

You really are very informed about choice locations in Nigeria.

peehayche@yahoo.com' FunbiDecember 23, 2011 at 10:11 amReply

I really should have been part of this cos i luv adventures. i luv wot u’r doin fola and i pray soonest we’ll be watchin u live showcase all dis to those dat aint aware of ao rich and lucky we re in dis country and especially d yoruba people. kip d fire burning.

NaijatreksDecember 23, 2011 at 1:25 pmReply

@ Funbi…aww…thanks a lot for those kind words…will sure keep them in mind…God bless you too

ruhuomakejeh@yahoo.com' RuhuomakejehJanuary 30, 2012 at 12:57 pmReply

After reading you, i can’t wait to go on my annual vacation. surely will visit one of the sites.Also good guide for me to plan educational excursion for youths i work with. Thank you very much. I love Nigeria o!

NaijatreksFebruary 11, 2012 at 7:12 pmReply

Hello Ruhuomakejeh: Good you find Naijatreks useful for your work…make sure you have great fun during your vacation, and if you have any questions about any location, feel free to ask Naijatreks :)

goodsuccess304@yahoo.com' Goodsuccess304February 13, 2012 at 2:22 pmReply

This is realy nice but for excursion in erin ijesa water falls, can you suggest any good hotel one can lodge in during vacation to erin ijesa please.

NaijatreksFebruary 14, 2012 at 12:47 amReply

@ Goodsuccess304: Yes, we can suggest Premier Hotel located in Igbara-Oke town (20minutes drive from Erin-Ijesa Waterfalls), or you may also want to lodge at any of the nice hotels in Ilesa town (less than 15minutes drive from Erin-Ijesa).

ubongbee@yahoo.com' Bassey(SEISMO)February 14, 2012 at 3:02 pmReply

I am glad to join this forum, I need a tour, anyone to show me around???
 

NaijatreksFebruary 17, 2012 at 8:27 amReply

@ Bassey: how about you tell us where you want to go in Nigeria :)

jideadepojubj@yahoo.com' JideadepojubjApril 10, 2012 at 6:01 pmReply

I am glad to learn that my subscription is successful! I’m sure this will give a better opportunity to learn more about my environment. Thank you.

NaijatreksApril 10, 2012 at 8:39 pmReply

Thanks  @Jideadepojubj…yes, we’ll surely try our best in showing you the great tourism potentials Nigeria’s blessed with.

toyomfon2005@yahoo.com' Peter JohnMay 17, 2012 at 6:48 pmReply

u guys are going places, i really love u are doing and wish to be part

NaijatreksMay 21, 2012 at 8:47 pmReply

@ Peter John…thanks for the compliments..yes you can be a part of our activities at Naijatreks. Kindly send us an email to naijatreks@gmail.com

motun.babatola@gmail.com' ‘Moville’August 30, 2012 at 8:17 pmReply

This is beautiful and interesting…I’m not the travelling kinda person,but after seeing all the pictures… I’m like OMGoodneSS!! All this in Nigeria..This is GREAT and EDUcatiVe. Nice one Nijatrek! Hmmmmm mm wait a’minute where is olumo rock…still looking for it among the pictures.

NaijatreksAugust 31, 2012 at 2:50 amReply

@Moville….loll…yes they’re all in Nigeria o…and you gotta start travelling now o…so much to see and love about Naija. We are sorry that we haven’t done any post yet on Olumo Rocks’ but we will definitely do that in the nearest future. Thanks again for visiting Naijatreks. :)

m.trix21@yahoo.com' MichaelOctober 8, 2012 at 2:36 pmReply

Wow, this is just more than awesome, c’nt just believe we have such beutifull places here in Nigeria, I wish to visit the Port harcourt Tourist Beach,but unfortunately i d’nt know the place.

Please i need help on getting to the beach, by that i mean the direction to the place….Here is my e-mail address…m.trix21@yahoo.com or my number on 08171864994, 07064876810

Thanks in expectancy of a reply.

NaijatreksOctober 8, 2012 at 6:39 pmReply

@Michael…glad to know that you’ve learnt more about lovely places in Nigeria through Naijatreks…Port Harcourt Tourist Beach is easy to get to. The beach is located in Borokiri area of the city. The road to Borokiri Layout can be connected from Slaughter Roundabout. As soon as you enter the Borokiri area, ask anyone for the tourist beach. It is very popular and it’s located off Borokiri road. (Direction sent to your email).

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