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Sail Away to Tarkwa Bay on February 25th For Just N8,500

Lagos is a city filled with numerous beautiful beaches ideal for fun and relaxation. Tarkwa Bay is a blissful quiet beach located some kilometers offshore away from the ever busy Lagos Island. The beach has been in existence since 1960 and is only accessible by boat. While cruising to the island on a boat, you will be treated to amazing views of popular spots in Lagos such as the Radisson...

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2017 Resolutions for the Avid Adventurer

We all know each New Year comes with a list of resolutions crafted to overhaul your life. These resolutions range from a little changes to completely reinventing yourself. Sure, maybe there are a few things you could improve, but there is something to be said for appreciating who you are right now. So instead of focusing on near impossible resolutions which we might end up dumping after a few weeks,...

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Here is All The Fun You Missed at TVP’s Lekki Conservation Trip

It was a late Saturday morning in Lagos, Nigeria. While most people were on their way to a wedding and others tucked in at home waiting to watch the English FA Cup, we were on our way to explore the Lekki Conservation Center (LCC). What do you get when you put 27 amazing people in a fun place? Fun overload! If you still have not heard of the Lekki Conservation...

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Unspoken Nigerian Food Rules That We Do Not Understand

If you have ever been slapped by your neighbor for eating with your left hand, then you know what I mean. Nigeria is a nation with a lot of unofficial rules and regulations. Many of these rules are just plain funny at face value so we decided to uncover the reasons behind them. In no particular order, here are some of the most unbelievable unofficial Nigerian food rules.

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We Couldn’t Believe Some Horror Travel Stories So We Brought You a Part 2!

  You asked for more horror stories so we found these for you. Every traveller knows that there is no amount of over-planning that can prepare you against unforeseen travel horrors. The best way to handle #horrortravelstories is to convert them to tales when you return. If you make it. Trust, we haven’t been discouraged from our adventures yet despite some of these stories being cringe-worthy. Read Part 1 here...


Healthy and Filling Oatmeal for Breakfast.

  Healthy oatmeal is our recipe for today! How do you eat your oatmeal? A lot of times we leave it super basic with just milk or just hot water and then add sugar/sweeteners. Oatmeal is a very nutritious food that makes a great breakfast, dinner or even filling snack and keeps you feeling full for long periods.


We Can Help You Process Visa! Learn all about our easy and affordable visa aid services.

  When we said we are here to help you through every stage of your local and international trips, we meant it. You can now receive visa application assistance for several countries including Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria and the East African visa (joint visa to Uganda, Rwanda and Kenya). We already offer automatic visa services on some of our international trips but now you we can assist you for your personal...


9 Easy Nigerian Dishes for When You Are Tired

If you have never gotten home fatigued, hungry and tired of Lagos, then you need to introduce me to your own Lagos. I have hammered so much on the stress of living in Lagos; I am starting to sound like a broken record. As much as I love this city, the fact is that most days I return home hungry and too tired to cook. If you are in my...

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Chef Seun’s Recipe for Carrot Soup is a Hit!

If you were amazed by Chef Seun’s handcrafted pasta, you will be impressed to know that his expertise extends to delicious soup delicacies. Chef Seun is a student at Culinary Academy, Ikoyi and the founder of Sean’s Fresh Pasta; a bespoke brand of homemade pasta. This colorful, carrot soup is gourmet at our fingertips. Chef Seun whipped up this recipe and it is a joy to share this recipe. Grab a tv...

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Arriving the Crisp-Air City of Port-Elizabeth (V14 Adventures)

Hi there! What’s crack-a-lackin, my fellow happy feet? Welcome to the second episode of my adventures. I’m still basking in my South-African experience at the end of last year. Stay up-to-date with this story by reading the first part here.  When we got to Port-Elizabeth, we were immediately wowed by the very very clean air. It was almost crisp and it was windy and very cold (No wonder it’s called The Windy...