Last year (2017), there seemed to be a boom in the Nigerian Tourism scene, especially on Social Media. With the Naira crashing hard like a badly written computer program, exploring Nigeria became the new cool and more Nigerians sought to travel within. The tourism industry also saw the emergence of more […]Read More
Nigerian Tourism – Is the Fire Dying?
I spent my last Saturday in February hanging out with amazing people on the outskirts of Lagos. We all signed up for a tour by Unravelling Nigeria to learn how palm wine is tapped, how ogogoro (local gin) is made and how to have a good old relaxing Saturday. Our […]Read More
The first time I ever heard about Kajuru Castle was in 2015 when Unravelling Nigeria and Naija Nomads organized a trip there. I remember reading about their experiences and wishing that I could have been a part of it. By some stroke of luck, I got my wish two years […]Read More
Nigerians get a lot of press abroad. Depending on the country you visit and some of the people you meet, this could be either a good and a bad thing. While I haven’t personally been a victim of bad press – well, except that one time I was held up […]Read More