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Game Reserves in Nigeria

Yankari in 1956 started as a game reserve and was later updated to a National Park in 1991. So what’s the difference between a National Park and a Game reserve and a Forest Reserve? First, ownership: A National Park is … Read More

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National Parks in Nigeria

  Nigeria’s National Parks offer spectacular landscapes and varied activities for outdoor enthusiasts. But what if you want to emphasize the “wild” in wildlife? We’ve searched out the best national parks for viewing wildlife in its natural habitats as well as … Read More

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Northeast Nigerian Adventure

The Northeast Nigeria consisting of Bauchi, Adamawa, Gombe, Yobe, Taraba and Borno is one of the least visited places in Nigeria and yet, has the most beautiful natural resources with huge tourism potential. It is home to ranges of Mountains, … Read More

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10 BEAUTIFUL ROCK FORMATIONS AROUND NIGERIA

Written by our founder and originally published on Guardian Sunday Newspaper.   Rock me gently, rock me slowly. In the late ’70s, this song of Canadian singer, Andy Kim was a Billboard number-one hit song. Aside from being very comfortable to … Read More

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Ajala The Traveller- The Man & His Journeys

          Every avid Nigerian traveller or globetrotter has one time or the other been referred to as ‘Ajala’ by their family, friends or acquaintances. Most even use the designation in its pseudo form, using names like … Read More

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10 most photographed Trees in Nigeria

Trees and green spaces offer multiple health benefits from allergy reductions to increases in self-esteem and mental wellbeing. During each adventure in Nigeria, there is always that special tree that you wil look at twice and get carried away by … Read More

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Coronavirus: Should You Panic As An Avid Traveller?

In 1665, when the bubonic plague hit the whole of Europe which originated from China, there was panic everywhere. The rich ran away, including King Charles II of England, his family and his court, who left to Oxford in September … Read More

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Backpacking Across Africa – Your Life In A Bag

  By Adebayo Mayowa Ebenezer 10 February 2020   |   3:26 pm   Image: Gbenga Onalaja One country, one bag, one trip! Bags packed, gears checked, everything on the list ticked. We are set for the trip of a … Read More

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Mangrove Forest: Something Fishy In Epe

    BY ADEBAYO MAYOWA EBENEZER01 DECEMBER 2019   |   8:27 PM FIRST PUBLISHED IN GUARDIAN NEWSPAPER   Away from the hustle and bustle of crowded Lagos is the Epe creek. Epe is synonymous with fish. A sculpture of … Read More

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You got Wings: A Paragliding experience in Ghana 

  By: Adebayo Ebenezer (Mayowa Blades)   Imagine yourself strapped to a huge glider and daringly running down the cliff of a hill or mountain? Scary right? Paragliding gradually became a sport in the late ’80s. In paragliding, the pilot … Read More

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