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Old 02-20-2021, 09:36 PM
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Tour Overview:Experience culture, market, night life, lifestyle and the day to day lives of the Nigerian people. This is one of those tours where Lagos Nigeria west Africa gets under your skin and you can appreciate the circle of life. Most of us live for moments where nature is so astonishing that our breath is taken away. I will be your guide on this trip.Day 1: LagosPick you up from your hotel in Lagos for a quick run through Lagos mainland Makoko stilth village and off to the island to relish the Lekki conservation center, the lekki craft market, the national museum and Nike art gallery. O/N at your hotelDay 2: Lagos-Abeokuta On this day we shall drive from Lagos to Abeokuta to see the wonder Olumo rock and learn about the history of the Egba yoruba people; we shall move onward to the olusegun obasanjo presidential library. A return trip to Lagos and Overnight at your hotel.Day 3: Lagos--BadagryLeave for Badagry very early to beat traffic .We shall visit the Badagry slave museum of History, the slave root, point of no return and the house of a former slave returnee who later became a slave merchant, the first story building in Nigeria, whispering palm resort. a return trip back to the island. Overnight at your hotel.Day 4: Ekpe fish market LagosToday's tour will take us to the epe fish market where we will experience the day today activity of this local market that specialises in the buying and selling of a variety of fishes. O/N at your hotelDay 5: The lufasi national park or the Lagos Jaekel House O/N at your hotel The Jaekel House is a 2-storey colonial mansion in Ebute Metta, Lagos, Nigeria. The house was built in 1898 on a large expanse of landscaped land and named after the late Francis Jaekel OBE, a former superintendent of the Nigerian Railway Corporation who retired in the 1970s after almost three decades of active service. Jaekl house was formally the residence of the General Manager and was later converted to a senior staff rest house. The building has been renovated and restored by professor John Godwin in collaboration with the Railway Corporation in 2010. The building is now a “mini Museum” showcasing photographic archives dating from 1940s through to 1970s of personalities, places, historical events in pre- and post-independent Nigeria and houses artefacts (tools, equipment, attires, pictures etc) of the old Railway Corporation. O/N your hotelDay 6: Lagos-- Ibadan-The University of Ibadan Zoological Garden and Nature Park, NATIONAL MUSEUM IBADAN, IITA FOREST RESERVE:Visit the Irefin palace to learn more about the beautiful history of Ibadan people. The palace was built in 1902 and is made up of 185 rooms. There are people who still live in Irefin Palace till date. Also, explore the gbaji fabrics market in Ibadan. O/N at your hotel in ibadan.Day 7: We shall visit the agodi gardens and the ikogosi warm spring on this day. A two hours drive to ikogosi. Explore and experience the warm spring and on our way back check out the agodi gardens and then onward drive to Lagos.Day 8: Relax at the Inagbe resort with cool Nigeria music/entertainment and later drop off for onward departure. Guide fee,Transport/feul= What is Included:Certified Guide/Driver (no night driving outside cities)A private air-conditioned car /FuelTransportNot included:International air flightsVisa and visa feesTravel insurance and immunizationsBetween meal snacks & drinks, non-arranged or extra meals, Alcoholic beveragesAny hotel incidentals

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