Let helpPlan My Trip
Trip Planning Made Easy
Tell us where and when you are going, with a wish list of what you want from your holiday. The best suited local guides will design tour proposals just for you. Choose your guide, and you are all set for a great holiday!
Recent Guide Reviews
Jonas showed us around the Ganvié village at lake Nokoué and created a wonderful trip for us. We explored the pole village in canoe, ... MoreReview for Jonas Zannou-zoki
It was exciting for my children and friends who came on this trip. It was a miracle to meet an honest and well versed guide like Anago ... MoreReview for Anago James Akeem Osho
Our thoughts about Nigeria and its peoaple completely changed after we visited the country and was led by Evans to visit the great ... MoreReview for Evans Aguiyi
Western Africa’s most definitive country is a heady mix of cultures, religions, people and places that never fails to astound the first time visitor. For some years Nigeria has been identified as one of the hegemonic powers in the region, and today, its bubbling, ever-expanding industrial cityscapes stand as testimony to the nation’s unrivalled economic power. What’s more it’s one of the few African states where visitors can see the intermingling of Christian and Islamic cultures, though these are still divided by a stark geographical line that runs from east to west.
Of the metropolitan centres, it’s Lagos that takes the prize here. While not the country’s capital (an honour that’s left to the centrally-located Abuja), it’s the largest city in all of Africa, and comes with all the bustling markets and traffic-laden motorways, not to mention a buzzing cultural energy.
For a great many visitors, the Gashaka-Gumti National Park is the goal though. Sprawled over more than 6,500 square kilometres of the borderland fringes in the south, it’s home to some of the most fascinating primate colonies in Africa and boasts a number of other bucket-list safari beasts to boot.