The Beautiful History of the Durbar Festival
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The Beautiful History of the Durbar Festival

The Durbar festival is an annual religious and equestrian celebration in several cities of Nigeria including Kano, Katsina, Sokoto, Zazzau and Bida. The festival marks the end of Ramadan and also coincides with the Muslim festivities of Eid al-Adha and Eid al-Fitri.  It begins with prayers, followed by a colourful parade of the Emir and...

CALABAR CARNIVAL: Nigeria’s Most Colorful Event
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CALABAR CARNIVAL: Nigeria’s Most Colorful Event

Calabar Carnival festival in Nigeria, also tagged “Africa’s Biggest Street Party”, was created as part of the vision of making the Cross River State, Nigeria, the number one tourist destination for Nigerians and tourists from all over the world. The carnival which begins every 1st of December and lasts until 31st December has boosted the...

The Amazing Taste of Nigerian Traditional Meal, Amala and Ewedu Soup
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The Amazing Taste of Nigerian Traditional Meal, Amala and Ewedu Soup

      Amala and ewedu with stew. This is a common classy meal thee Westerner in Nigeria. This combination forms a mouthwatering delicay. It is most common among the ibadan people. As a matter of fact it is their cultural food.Now let’s see what it is made up of. Ingredients Needed Yam flour, Ewedu...

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States, Deliberate Partnerships will Illuminate Tourism in Nigeria.

Mrs. Omotayo Omotosho, MFR – popularly known as Madam Tourism, calls on Nigerian State Governors to work together with the private sector to develop attractions for Nigeria Tourism post Covid-19 Lock down. In spite of the colossal loss & impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on all aspects of our Economy, there is still some light...

The Extraordinary Sights in the Lekki Conservation Centre
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The Extraordinary Sights in the Lekki Conservation Centre

Lekki Conservation Centre (LCC) is a 78-hectare (190-acre) Natural Resource Conservation in Lekki, Lagos State. Monkeys in Lekki Conservation Centre Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) runs and manages the 21-year-old conservation centre.The structure is intended to set aside a natural habitat for plants, and as urbanization has led to the destruction of areas intended for these...

The Adventurous Sight of the Ogbunike Caves
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The Adventurous Sight of the Ogbunike Caves

The Ogbunike cave tourist attraction located in Ogbunike, Oyi Local Government Area, Anambra state, Nigeria, is an ancient cave when the early men lived. In the latter months of 1968 till the end of 1969, when hundreds of people hid in the dark to escape death in the Nigerian Civil war happening at that time,...

The Glamourous View Of the Erin Ijesha Waterfall
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The Glamourous View Of the Erin Ijesha Waterfall

Erin Ijesha waterfalls as the name implies is an amazing water site with seven steps located in Ijesha, Osun State in the South – Western area of Nigeria. HOW IT ORIGINATED Erin- Ijesha is said to have originated in 1140AD. It was called ‘Olumirin’ which means ‘Another Diety”. Due to the mysterious figure, the natives...

The Mythical Oranmiyan Staff of the Yoruba Culture
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The Mythical Oranmiyan Staff of the Yoruba Culture

A quick highlight of Yoruba tradition will give you a drive to visit the amazing country called Nigeria. A place filled with interesting stories about their history which even the youngest child can tell because they have been told stories of the past by their fathers. The staff of Oranmiyan is something you will want...

The Beauty and Magic of Olumo Rock, One of Nigeria’s Foremost Tourist
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The Beauty and Magic of Olumo Rock, One of Nigeria’s Foremost Tourist

When you mention tourism especially to a wonderful country like Nigeria, one of the top 5 to 10 places that comes to an average citizen’s mind is the Olumo Rock. It has for years been one of the most recognized sites in Nigeria. As a foreigner you might probably have heard of this place, as...