Obudu mountain resort is founded on a plateau which is about 1,500metres above sea level. It is an alluring resort located on the border between Nigeria and Cameroun. For a lover of nature and adventure, this is the place as it affords you to carry out several activities like mountain climbing, trekking, backpacking etc all we one place. A visit to the Afi Forest reserve and cross-river National park for a Safari adventure is also part of this tour.As we are Nigerians living in Nigeria , we posses great knowledge of the destinations and as such, you are guaranteed an experience you will never forget
This small group adventure travel is good for you if you love mountain climbing, caving, snorkelling etc. As a short adventure trip, you will journey through the Ogbunike caves where locals hid in 1968 and 1969 to escape the dangers of the Nigerian civil war. Descending into the caves is not for the fainthearted as it has 317 steps. From here, you will soak up in the Awhum waterfalls and explore the caves. Also, you will be visiting Ngwo Pine Forest to behold the beautiful green vegetation. Your journey to the city where coal mining started in Nigeria will end with mountain climbing at Ugwueme and Udi hills.
South-Western Nigerian is predominantly inhabited by the Yorubas. Our adventure tour in this region takes you through the rich history and culture of the Yorubas. You will be visiting Ile-Ife, the cradle of Yorubas. Learn more about the history, culture and heritage of the Yorubas when you visit the palace of Ooni of Ife ( the leader of all Yorubas worldwide). A hiking experience awaits you at the ancient Idanre hills ( a UNESCO world heritage site). Your trip will take you to the hanging lake of Ado awaye ( the second of the two hanging lakes in the world). You will learn more about Yoruba traditional worship of their god when you get to Osun-Osogbo sacred grove.As we are Nigerians living in Nigeria, we posses great knowledge of the destinations and as such, you are guaranteed an experience you will never forget .This tour will improve your worldview as you will be learning about a different culture
An adventure into the amazing wildlife of Nigeria, showcasing the beauty of biodiversity and ecotourism as never seen before. This tour exposes you to the adventurous side of your visit to Nigeria.
You are sure to enjoy and learn about Nigeria her people and her culture from the national museum. Explore nature, spot animals such as monkeys, birds, tortoises, and peacocks and go for a walk on the longest canopy walk in Africa. Play the largest chess gameCompliment the tour with a nice time in Lekki Art Market. You will have the chance to buy local art pieces head to freedom park formal a prison yard for the slave market now turn to a museum and entertainment park.Nike Art Gallery will blow your mind away with a variety of world-class art if you are an art lover you will definitely love it.We also head to National Art Theatre where you will have the chance to look and local handmade crafts also take a walk inside the theater where major Nigerian movies are been stage live.We visit the Ikeja city mall where you have the time to shop for any and all kinds of products then we head for one of the most visited beaches in Lagos Elegushi beach
You are sure to enjoy and learn about Nigeria her people and her culture from the national museum. Explore nature, spot animals such as monkeys, birds, tortoises, and peacocks and go for a walk on the longest canopy walk in Africa. Play the largest chess game.It is endowed with an abundance of plant and animal life. Its huge tract of wetlands is set aside for wildlife viewing. Raised walkways enable the viewing of animals like monkeys, crocodiles, snakes, and various birds.
Informationen zur Titelgruppe: Als die Frau eines britischen Ölmanagers in Nigeria von Rebellen entführt wird, wittert der junge Zeitungsreporter Rufus seine Chance auf die ganz große Story: Zusammen mit der ausgebrannten Journalistenlegende Zaq begibt er sich auf eine abenteuerliche Reise ins Niger-Delta, um die Frau zu finden. Helon Habila zeichnet ein packendes Bild der postkolonialen Wirklichkeit im heutigen Nigeria: von selbsternannten Freiheitskämpfern, korrupten Politikern und Militärs sowie der Zerstörung der Umwelt durch internationale Firmen, die die enormen Rohstoffvorkommen ausbeuten. Vor allem aber berichtet er vom Leben und Überleben der einfachen Leute im bevölkerungsreichsten Land des afrikanischen Kontinents.Themen: Africa, Nigeria, Other English-speaking Countries, English-speaking World, Economy, Environment, Media, Journalism, Politics, Poverty, Postcolonialism, Power, Violence, Adventure Informationen zur Reihenausgabe: Lesen macht Spaß - umso mehr mit Lektüren, die Ihre Schüler/-innen auch allein zu Hause bewältigen können. Mit diesem Literaturangebot ist das problemlos möglich.Die ungekürzten Originaltexte eignen sich für die Jahrgangsstufen 10 bis 13 und enthalten Annotationen zu schwierigen Wörtern. Zu jedem Band gibt es eine Handreichung bzw. ein englischsprachiges Teacher's Manual mit Kopiervorlagen, Klausurvorschlägen und zum Teil Audio-CDs.Interpretationshilfen als Zusatzangebot für Schüler/-innenZu einigen Lektüren der Cornelsen Senior English Library gibt es ergänzende Interpretationshilfen mitwichtigen Informationen zum Werk,Kurzbiographien der Autorinnen und Autoren,Wortschatzhilfen und Auflistungen zentraler Zitate sowieeiner Musterklausur.
The activities on this unique 2 days tour include a visit to the Olumo Rock, Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library (OOPL), the popular Fabric Market, the Kuti Heritage Museum, FUNNAB Zoo which can be linked to a mini safari experience and the tour of the rock city. This tour is available for both private and group tourists.The listed centers and activities in this tour are surely interesting places to go for an excursion and to be included in your list of “must visit tourist attraction centers in Nigeria”. Your 2 days adventure begin with a 7am pickup from your Lagos hotel and we embark on a 2-3 hours drive to Abeokuta. Abeokuta is the largest city and state capital of Ogun State in southwest Nigeria. It is situated on the east bank of the Ogun River.
Paul Robeson, Leslie Banks and Nina Mae McKinney star in this classic adaptation of Edgar Wallace's celebrated adventure story set in British Colonial Nigeria. A box-office triumph that earned director Zoltan Korda the first of his four nominations for Best Film at the Venice Film Festival, Sanders of the River is featured in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements, in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Determined to maintain peace in the river district of West Africa, British Commissioner Sanders works closely with Bosambo – a probationary chief who, under Sanders' orders, frees a slave convoy sent by another chief, King Mofolaba. Bosambo marries Lilongo, the most beautiful slave, but when Sanders goes on leave King Mofolaba attacks and captures Bosambo's wife. When his attempts to rescue her end in capture as well, all seems lost... SPECIAL FEATURES: Image Gallery Promotional Material PDF