Visit Nigeria : Abraka, Delta state

Visit Nigeria : Abraka, Delta state

Nigeria /

Abraka, is one of the 25 Urhobo kingdoms in Delta state, Nigeria. It is one of the main urhobo clans. It is mostly known as a university town and has the main campus of the Delta State University located there. It attracts numerous domestic and international tourists. Abraka beach is famous for its natural flowing […]

Bogobiri House – Reflecting on Africa’s Artistic Heritage

Bogobiri House – Reflecting on Africa’s Artistic Heritage

Nigeria /

Bogobiri is the ancient birthplace of Uthman dan Fodio where scholarly and artistic knowledge is said to have spread like wild fire through Northern Nigeria. It is also the name of a popular district in Port Harcourt where people from all over Africa converge and where the saying “there are no strangers in Bogobiri” was […]

5 Things to Do in Lagos

5 Things to Do in Lagos

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Nike Art Centre Nike Art Gallery is an art gallery in Lagos owned by Nike Davies-Okundaye. The gallery is arguably the largest of its kind in West Africa. Housed in a five-storey tall building, it boasts a collection of about 8,000 diverse artworks from various Nigerian artists. Lekki Conservation Centre The reserve area which covers […]

Soiless Farming with Samson

Soiless Farming with Samson

Nigeria /

We love our traveling community here at Visiter l’Afrique and love introducing you all to each other even more! Meet Samson and discover his passion for innovative agriculture!   So tell us a bit about yourself.   I am Samson Ogbole, co-founder PS Nutraceuticals International Limited. I am a firm believer in the agricultural future of […]

In Abuja with Amira

In Abuja with Amira

Nigeria /

We love our traveling community here at Visiter l’Afrique and love introducing you all to each other even more. Meet  Amira and let her take you around Abuja!   So tell us a bit about yourself.   My name is Amira, and I love to eat. It’s really that simple. I also love to travel. I blog […]

The Calabar Carnival & Festival

The Calabar Carnival & Festival

Nigeria /

The vision started in 2004 by the then Governor of Cross River State Mr. Donald Duke. Carnival Calabar also tagged “Africa’s Biggest Street Party” was created as part of the vision to make Cross River State the number one tourist destination for Nigerians and tourist all over the world. The event which begins on every […]

UNESCO world heritage sites: Nigeria

UNESCO world heritage sites: Nigeria

Nigeria /

The ‘Giant of Africa” boast 2 UNESCO World heritage sites that are a testaments to its cultural significance to the continent. Come check them out with us!   The Osun-Osogbo Sacred Grove   Established over 400 years ago in Osun state on the outskirts its capital Osogbo, this sacred grove is the largest to have survived the […]

A week-end in Lagos from Yogi’s POV Part 2

A week-end in Lagos from Yogi’s POV Part 2

Nigeria /

Lagos, Nigeria. Population – 21 Million, With a population of 21 Million, Lagos has more people than Norway, Finland, Denmark and Ireland combined and you would have to multiply the land area of Lagos by over 100 to get the land area of Norway alone. That’s how small and how big Lagos is. After Part […]

A week-end in Lagos from Yogi’s POV Part 1

A week-end in Lagos from Yogi’s POV Part 1

Nigeria /

Lagos, Nigeria. Population – 21 Million, With a population of 21 Million, Lagos has more people than Norway, Finland, Denmark and Ireland combined and you would have to multiply the land area of Lagos by over 100 to get the land area of Norway alone. That’s how small and how big Lagos is.   Living […]

Portrait of Michael Ernest, ambassador from Nigeria

Portrait of Michael Ernest, ambassador from Nigeria

Nigeria /

It’s no secret that Visiter l’Afrique is a collaborative platform. Every day, travellers publish their travel logs and locals share stories of their daily lives. Some of these locals have even become our ambassadors, always quick to let us know what’s popping and take us along with them around their villages, cities and countries. It’s […]