Category: Travel Stories

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So Exciting. The Whole World is Coming to Nigeria for Nigeria Travel Week!

  You know how I always say that our Nigerian tourism industry is growing? Well, something big is happening that will take it from 20 to 60, real quick! The whole world is coming to Nigeria for the first ever Nigeria Travel Week (NTW) from November 20 – 25, 2017 organized by Afrotourism, Avante Garde Tours and Reward Travel and Tours. The organizers are staging a week-long event that will...

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All Your Faves are Sharing Tips on How to Become a Successful Travel Blogger!

Have you ever wanted to become a successful travel blogger? Have you ever felt like you did not know how to start? Well, look no further! This infographic below has everything you need to know about becoming a travel blogger. I was so excited when Travelstart called me to contribute to the publication and with the list of contributors, you’ve got all the best tips in one place. Now, you can...

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Here’s How to Plan a Holiday to the USA in 9 Steps!

The USA is a giant of sorts. Many people across the world have a part of the USA on their bucket list — from New York to Miami to Los Angeles and Houston. The USA is a fascinating country and if you are going to travel there, you need to be informed. Here’s how to go about planning your holiday to the USA. Decide where to go:  The United States occupies a...

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Five Great Benefits of Camping For Parents With Kids Over Two Years Old

Hannah Tong shares excellent tips on camping with children in this story. The stresses of the modern world can clutter people’s lives with unnecessary worry. Real camping experiences (i.e. camping out in a tent, not a motel room) can help relieve some of this stress and promote family bonding. Camping can also help family members grow spiritually, establish a deeper sense of community, and acquire a better understanding of nature....

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We Couldn’t Believe Some Horror Travel Stories So We Brought You a Part 2!

  You asked for more horror stories so we found these for you. Every traveller knows that there is no amount of over-planning that can prepare you against unforeseen travel horrors. The best way to handle #horrortravelstories is to convert them to tales when you return. If you make it. Trust, we haven’t been discouraged from our adventures yet despite some of these stories being cringe-worthy. Read Part 1 here...

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We Can Help You Process Visa! Learn all about our easy and affordable visa aid services.

  When we said we are here to help you through every stage of your local and international trips, we meant it. You can now receive visa application assistance for several countries including Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria and the East African visa (joint visa to Uganda, Rwanda and Kenya). We already offer automatic visa services on some of our international trips but now you we can assist you for your personal...

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Arriving the Crisp-Air City of Port-Elizabeth (V14 Adventures)

Hi there! What’s crack-a-lackin, my fellow happy feet? Welcome to the second episode of my adventures. I’m still basking in my South-African experience at the end of last year. Stay up-to-date with this story by reading the first part here.  When we got to Port-Elizabeth, we were immediately wowed by the very very clean air. It was almost crisp and it was windy and very cold (No wonder it’s called The Windy...

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7 Fascinating Things You Did Not Know About Slavery in Badagry, Nigeria

When we talk about slavery in Nigeria, Badagry is the first place that comes to mind. Not many people know that slavery started even before the trans-Atlantic slave route existed. The pre-existing slavery in Nigeria made it relatively easy for the Americans and Europeans to introduce the slave trade to Nigerian empires. Most influential people or nations already had slaves by conquering weaker nations and capturing the able-bodied men and...

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Join Our Day Trip to Olumo Rock on February 4th For Just N9,500

Nigeria is a beautiful country packed with tourist attractions spread evenly across its entirety. Olumo Rock is a popular tourist attraction in the city of Abeokuta, Ogun State. It is of huge cultural and historical significance and is just one hour away from Lagos. Also get personal with wild and domestic animals at the FUNAAB Zoo in Abeokuta. Join our day trip to Olumo Rock this February and feed your...

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2017 is the Year of Adventure! Check Out all the Fun Trips We Have This Year.

If 2016 was a hurricane, we survived! Welcome to the year 2017. I must appreciate every single one of you for reading our stories, booking our tours, liking our posts and re-tweeting out tweets. You all were the reasons why we kept going, when things were hard. You all are the reasons why we dig out uncovered adventures and plan everything from scratch. Our goal is to take the hassle...