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AFRICAN SCARIFICATIONS: THE FADING ART OF IDENTITY
In African societies, scarifications are not just a form of body decoration. They’re a cultural language, a living narrative, and a vital rite of passage. From the proud Fulani of West Africa to the Nuer of East Africa, from the Berbers of North Africa to the Mursi of Ethiopia, scarification has created a deep emotional resonance for individuals and their communities.
CELEBRATING NIGERIAN HERITAGE: THREE MUST-SEE NIGERIAN FESTIVALS
Nigeria's cultural festivals are windows into the country's soul, allowing visitors to experience the vibrancy, diversity, and deep-rooted traditions of its people. The Durbar Festival, the Eyo Festival, and the New Yam Festival offer unique insights into the rich heritage that defines Nigeria. Whether you're drawn to the regal equestrian displays, the enchanting masquerades of Lagos, or the joyous celebration of a bountiful harvest, these festivals are sure to leave an indelible mark on your cultural journey. Embrace the colors, sounds, and flavors of Nigeria's cultural tapestry and immerse yourself in an unforgettable experience that will stay with you for a lifetime
TOURISM DEVELOPMENT AND THE NEW NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT
In Nigeria, where tourism is still relatively undeveloped compared to other African countries, any political instability can have a significant impact on the industry's growth. However, if the just-concluded general elections in Nigeria are widely accepted, it could create a stable political environment that can boost tourism development in the country.
THE AFRICAN MASQUERADE
The general rule of thumb with masquerades is this. If a masquerade holds a cane, a staff, or a whip, run. If they’re so tall you literally have to struggle to see their head, stand and watch, because it’s about to be a cultural display. If they have mirrors, look away. If they carry fresh blood, skulls, bones or huge masks, still stand and watch, but from a far distance and do not attempt to take pictures.
COVID, VISA PERMITS GUIDELINES BY NIGERIAN IMMIGRATION
Ahead of resumption of international flight operations in the country after months of closure due the corona virus pandemic, the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) said it has implemented procedures for flights resumption and visa payment. The industry was initially scheduled to kick start international operations on August 29, 2020, but was shifted to the new date by the government to adequate put things in place to ensure hitch free operations.
Experience the cultures and tradition of our people in 4 countries on this spectacular 15 days tour taking off from Douala in Cameroun and ending in Sao Tome city.
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This tour takes on a discovery adventure from Badagry in Lagos through the South Western Nigeria and ends at Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory.
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