What are Adventure tours?

As the first startup in Nigeria to pursue pure adventure tourism to, we have succeeded over the years to cultivate an adventure culture in Nigeria by first building a community that can fuel this new craving. We bring the adventure culture into the mainstream entertainment of the everyday Nigerian. Our socio-adventure activities in the jungle, mountain, whitewater and wilderness provide a fun, and exhilarating experiences for people from all walks of life.

Adventure tours are mostly stressful but rewarding tours. The trips are not designed to shield you from the realities of life in the places we will be visiting, in fact, most places we visit in Nigeria and beyond are remote and still having tourism in its infancy. We keep our tour group as small as possible to carter and carry everyone along. Usually a group of 5-15 people. We do this to create a unique experience as it is easy to carter and work with small groups.

Leave the planning to us and we’ll leave the adventuring and growth to you. Our specialists can plan a comprehensive program that matches your needs, your interests, your timeline, and your budget. Trust me there a lot of places in Nigeria and beyond that fit into your budget. We also offer customized adventure packages for  private entities and corporate companies looking for team-building training and memorable outdoor experiences

 

THE TEAM

Meet the awesome people behind Naidrenalin

 


CHIEF ADVENTURER

Mayowa Blades is the founder of Naidrenalin Adventures, an avid adventurer, naturalist with huge outdoor experience home and abroad, he has been promoting local tourism especially among Nigerian youths. His passion for adventure began in his early undergraduate days abroad, he is a trained travel photographer, a sustainable leader, and travel contributor to many travel magazines such as: The Guardian Newspaper Nigeria, BackpackersMag USA, CometoNigeria and many more. He has a ceritficate in Sustainability Leadership and Corporate Responsibility from London Business School the knowledge he puts into good use in providing eco-sustainable solutions to African tourism.

Favourite Adventure:

UK Three Peak challenge-Conquering the three peaks of United Kingdom in 3 days-

 

 


LOGISTIC ADMINISTRATOR/

Kehinde is a trained first aider registered with the international red cross , hike expert and a Taekwondo trainer, he creates expedition logistics experiences for our adventure activities. He loves photography, board games and makes everyone smile during adventure operations.

Favourite Adventure:

Conquering the highest peak in west africa and one the top 30 hardest hike in the world-Mt. Cameroon


TEAM LEAD ABUJA

 

Jamaica Bakare is the team lead of Naidrenalin Adventures in Abuja, he as cootrdinated more than a 100 hikes and have mapped out tseveral rails in different locations in Nigeria. His long outdoor experience is a huge contribution to the team Naidrenalin

Favourite Adventure:

Conquering the horn hills Abuja

 

Bola John is a trained medical doctor, documentary photographer and an outdoor lover. She is the team lead of Lagos Naidrenalin. Her photography have been featured on magazines andexhibitions.In her spare time she speaks on general issues including outdoor adventures on her podcast.

 

Favourite Adventure:

Camping in Rostov, Russia


ECO-PARTNERS:

Nobleland is an environmental non-profit tree planting organization in Las Vegas, U.S.A with a mission to conserve the lungs of planet Earth, forests. We are morally obliged to sustain nature’s diversity, maintain our planet’s health and most importantly fight climate change for present and future generations.

 

 

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