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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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nigerians visiting Tunisia
Before you say “Which one is Tunisia again”!!! Relax and allow me brush up your knowledge of Geography. Tunisia is a small country in North Africa, right between Algeria and Libya (geographically), but surprisingly it’s just as vibrant as its famous neighbours Egypt and Morocco. The geographical position of Tunisia allows it to double as...
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What comes to your mind when you hear Vietnam? A while back, when our lead consultant was in Vietnam for the Asian travel forum, we spotted Olumide’s comment on our page. Seeing that, we decided to reach out to him to give us some juice about Vietnam, considering he’s lived there before. We wanted to...
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nigerian group travel
NTT Connect is one of our initiatives to bring all our clients together under one roof to network. This gave the opportunity for people who had travelled with us, or those with pending travel to meet each other.     Right around 8:00pm, on Friday, 3rd of August 2018, we gathered together as one big...
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Nigeria is a great place to visit, overflowing with culture, warmth, energy and the ultimate African authenticity. If you ever find yourself in the borders of Nigeria, be sure to visit these sites below as they are sure to show you that Nigeria is way more than what you may have perceived through the media....
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In the words of Muhammad Ali ‘impossible is just a big word thrown around by small men who find it easier to live in the world they’ve been given than to explore the power they have to change it’. Embarking on a planned group trip to Thailand with people from Nigeria seemed almost impossible, because...
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As a mother of non-identical but ‘look alike’ twin girls, I get excited when I see twins travelling. I always have a dozen thoughts in my head about the excitement of travelling with doppelganger. You don’t have to get a tripod or beg the passer-by to help with a picture either. The most exciting part for me...
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Lagos is one of the most beautiful cities in Nigeria and there is so much to do in Lagos. In all fairness to Lagos, one week is inadequate to do see all it has to offer-from delicious, mouth-watering dishes to national historic monuments and nature’s beaches . You just might never want to leave Lagos (At least...
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It’s a few days to Valentines’ and as we suspect, preparations should be in the air for everyone. At least on our side, we’ve been super busy curating several valentines’ holiday itineraries and one of our biggest sellers this year has been the day trip to Paris (one very famous destination among lovers). Day trip within Europe (if...
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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.