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The year of return was Mad Oh!!! In 2018, Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo declared 2019 as the Year of Return in order to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the arrival of African slaves in America. He asked for Ghanaians in Diaspora to come back home to Ghana. With great array of events like Afronation, The...
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Did you know that Africans can now visit Nigeria Visa Free come 2020? This announcement was made by the President, Muhammadu Buhari,  in Egypt, on Wednesday this week! You know what that means right? 😉 #Africanstraveltoo “Starting January 2020, Africans will be able to arrive in Nigeria receiving Visas on arrival” the President said at the...
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Travelling for Christmas
Traffic, fuel scarcity, an expressive crowd? Merry Christmas from Lagos to you, Hehe! Just kidding.(not really) That time of the year is almost here. Lots of delicious food, beautiful people-Lagos, Nigeria is truly a wonderful place to spend Christmas. You’ll enjoy the warmth of the people, the fascinating spots and most of all, the turnup-ish...
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Getting a Schengen Visa
WARNING 😊 1. This information is only applicable to tourists not ‘relocators’ 2. This information cannot work if you’re looking for someone to ‘arrange your visa because you would need to ensure you can provide the documents stated below. This lesson will be further divided into Schengen Visa Tips for Business Owners and Schengen Visa...
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Nigerians visiting Saudi Arabia
As you may well know already, Saudi Arabia opened its borders to tourists for the first time on the 28th of September 2019 by allowing up to 49 countries apply for E-visa and as usual Nigeria wasn’t among the list of qualifying countries. However, there’s now Good news for green passport holders with a valid...
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Getting through solo travel
We always say that solo travel is not for the faint at heart. If you’ve ever travelled solo, you deserve a gift and you can find one at the end of this blog post. We understand that group tours are fun but solo travel can equally be fun too if you make it- its audacious,...
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The ‘IJGB’ season is around the corner (December) and our brothers and sisters in the diaspora might be looking for where to spend the night (or day) in Lagos hence, this article might be for you! We’ve compiled a list of some of the best hotels and apartments you can get in Lagos at very decent price too....
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The ‘jand’ and ‘yankee’ season is upon us, and many of our friends have started giving us their summer travel plans. For those who won’t be their travel buddies because VFS doesn’t like you or the economy is crunching your pocket or even work commitments holding you from travelling abroad, we came up with a...
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Nigerians Travel Too
One of the cheapest and quickest ways to tour the world is by maximising stopovers enroute your final destination. This gives you the opportunity to visit another destination without actually paying separately to travel there. Two for the price of one? Yaaas! We’ll take it. The norm is to travel ‘quickly’ to our destination, which means purposefully...
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Many people are sceptical about group travel and we really don’t blame them. There have been cases of badly planned group trips which they’ve either been on or heard of. We were only interested in small groups before we coordinated a group trip for 27 people to Morocco. We learnt a few valuable lessons and that’s why...
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About Me

I’m a HR consultant turned travel consultant, mother of 3 adorable kids, enthusiastic about traveling and constantly looking for ways to break travel  barriers for all. By showcasing the travel stories of myself and others, curating awesome travel packages, dishing out valuable travel tips and advice, with the ultimate aim of  inspiring many to achieve their most adventurous travel dreams.