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All Inclusive Nigeria Historical & Cultural Tour
1.884,04 € *
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When many hear Nigeria mentioned anywhere, they associate it with Nollywood movies, Afrobeat music, and world famous writers. Nigeria, Africa’s most populous nation is a land rich in history & culture. Let us guide you on an incredible eight day tour of Nigeria. Explore monuments, landmarks, & villages of three states. Your will arrive in Lagos, the largest city in Africa & the cultural and economic center of Nigeria. Come for history, the culture, & the allure of Africa’s city that never sleeps. After a few exciting days in Lagos, become more immersed in Nigerian culture as we move on to the historic Ogun & Osun states. Day 1 – Arrival, Airport pick up Day 2, 3 – Lagos City Tour, Group DinnerDay 4 – Badagry City TourDay 5 – Ogun State City (Rock City)Day 6, 7 – Osun State Tour (The Cradle of Yorubaland)Day 8 – Shopping at Local MarketsDay 9 – Back to Lagos, Departure Lagos City Tour

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Stand: 23.01.2021
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Heritage Tour of Nigeria, 8 Days
2.846,11 € *
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On this 8 day Destination Nigeria Tour, you will visit the main commercial city of Lagos, the slave heritage town of Badagry; purchase Batik fabrics at Itoku market; drive through Ibadan and Oyo in the Yoruba heartland; view the mysterious Esie soapstone statues; visit the UNESCO World Heritage site of Oxun Shrine. You will also visit the ancient city of Ile-Ife the Yoruba cradle of creation and climb the historic Idanre hills. See the nearly built political city of Nigeria, Abuja.

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Stand: 23.01.2021
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Abeokuta 2 Days Private Tour from Lagos
353,70 € *
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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.

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Stand: 23.01.2021
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6 days adventure tour of Obudu, Nigeria
1.723,14 € *
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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

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Stand: 23.01.2021
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Explore Lagos Nigeria with a professional Priva...
420,20 € *
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The hallmark of this trip feel, experience and enjoy Lagos west Africa. basically the heartland of the black people. Relish the melting pot of rare Negro traditions, cultures and traditional religions . We shall explore Important historical buildings, markets that specialize in interesting things, museums with authentic historical objects, good landscapes. We shall experience the real, traditional Lagos West Africa.

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Stand: 23.01.2021
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Bring Back Our Girls (eBook, ePUB)
18,49 € *
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What happens after you click Tweet? The heart-stopping definitive account of the mission to rescue hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls whose abduction ignited a global social media campaign and a dramatic worldwide intervention. In the spring of 2014, millions of Twitter users, including some of the world's most famous people, unwittingly helped turn a group of 276 schoolgirls abducted by a little-known Islamist sect into a central prize in the global War on Terror by retweeting a call for their release: #BringBackOurGirls. With just four words, their tweets launched an army of would-be liberators. Soldiers and drones, spies, mercenaries, and glory hunters descended into an obscure conflict that few understood, in a remote part of Nigeria that had barely begun to use the internet. When hostage talks and military intervention failed, the schoolgirls were forced to take survival into their own hands. As their days in captivity dragged into years, the young women learned to withstand hunger, disease, and torment, and became witnesses and victims of unspeakable brutality. Many of the girls were Christians who refused to take the one path offered them—converting to their captors' fundamentalist creed. In secret, they sang hymns, and kept a diary, relying on their faith and friendships to stay alive. Bring Back Our Girls unfolds across four continents, from the remote forests of northern Nigeria to the White House; from clandestine meetings in Khartoum safe houses to century-old luxury hotels on picturesque lakes in the Swiss Alps. A twenty-first century story that plumbs the promise and peril of an era whose politics are fueled by the power of hashtag advocacy, this urgent and engrossing work of investigative journalism reveals the unpredictable interconnectedness of our butterfly-wings world, where a few days of online activism can bring years of offline consequences for people continents away.

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Stand: 23.01.2021
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Bring Back Our Girls: The Untold Story of the G...
23,99 € *
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What happens after you click Tweet? The heart-stopping definitive account of the mission to rescue hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls whose abduction ignited a global social media campaign and a dramatic worldwide intervention. In the spring of 2014, millions of Twitter users, including some of the world's most famous people, unwittingly helped turn a group of 276 schoolgirls abducted by a little-known Islamist sect into a central prize in the global War on Terror by retweeting a call for their release: #BringBackOurGirls. With just four words, their tweets launched an army of would-be liberators. Soldiers and drones, spies, mercenaries, and glory hunters descended into an obscure conflict that few understood, in a remote part of Nigeria that had barely begun to use the internet. When hostage talks and military intervention failed, the schoolgirls were forced to take survival into their own hands. As their days in captivity dragged into years, the young women learned to withstand hunger, disease, and torment, and became witnesses and victims of unspeakable brutality. Many of the girls were Christians who refused to take the one path offered them—converting to their captors' fundamentalist creed. In secret, they sang hymns, and kept a diary, relying on their faith and friendships to stay alive. Bring Back Our Girls unfolds across four continents, from the remote forests of northern Nigeria to the White House; from clandestine meetings in Khartoum safe houses to century-old luxury hotels on picturesque lakes in the Swiss Alps. A twenty-first century story that plumbs the promise and peril of an era whose politics are fueled by the power of hashtag advocacy, this urgent and engrossing work of investigative journalism reveals the unpredictable interconnectedness of our butterfly-wings world, where a few days of online activism can bring years of offline consequences for people continents away.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 23.01.2021
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Bring Back Our Girls (eBook, ePUB)
18,49 € *
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What happens after you click Tweet? The heart-stopping definitive account of the mission to rescue hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls whose abduction ignited a global social media campaign and a dramatic worldwide intervention. In the spring of 2014, millions of Twitter users, including some of the world's most famous people, unwittingly helped turn a group of 276 schoolgirls abducted by a little-known Islamist sect into a central prize in the global War on Terror by retweeting a call for their release: #BringBackOurGirls. With just four words, their tweets launched an army of would-be liberators. Soldiers and drones, spies, mercenaries, and glory hunters descended into an obscure conflict that few understood, in a remote part of Nigeria that had barely begun to use the internet. When hostage talks and military intervention failed, the schoolgirls were forced to take survival into their own hands. As their days in captivity dragged into years, the young women learned to withstand hunger, disease, and torment, and became witnesses and victims of unspeakable brutality. Many of the girls were Christians who refused to take the one path offered them—converting to their captors' fundamentalist creed. In secret, they sang hymns, and kept a diary, relying on their faith and friendships to stay alive. Bring Back Our Girls unfolds across four continents, from the remote forests of northern Nigeria to the White House; from clandestine meetings in Khartoum safe houses to century-old luxury hotels on picturesque lakes in the Swiss Alps. A twenty-first century story that plumbs the promise and peril of an era whose politics are fueled by the power of hashtag advocacy, this urgent and engrossing work of investigative journalism reveals the unpredictable interconnectedness of our butterfly-wings world, where a few days of online activism can bring years of offline consequences for people continents away.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 23.01.2021
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Bring Back Our Girls: The Untold Story of the G...
23,99 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

What happens after you click Tweet? The heart-stopping definitive account of the mission to rescue hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls whose abduction ignited a global social media campaign and a dramatic worldwide intervention. In the spring of 2014, millions of Twitter users, including some of the world's most famous people, unwittingly helped turn a group of 276 schoolgirls abducted by a little-known Islamist sect into a central prize in the global War on Terror by retweeting a call for their release: #BringBackOurGirls. With just four words, their tweets launched an army of would-be liberators. Soldiers and drones, spies, mercenaries, and glory hunters descended into an obscure conflict that few understood, in a remote part of Nigeria that had barely begun to use the internet. When hostage talks and military intervention failed, the schoolgirls were forced to take survival into their own hands. As their days in captivity dragged into years, the young women learned to withstand hunger, disease, and torment, and became witnesses and victims of unspeakable brutality. Many of the girls were Christians who refused to take the one path offered them—converting to their captors' fundamentalist creed. In secret, they sang hymns, and kept a diary, relying on their faith and friendships to stay alive. Bring Back Our Girls unfolds across four continents, from the remote forests of northern Nigeria to the White House; from clandestine meetings in Khartoum safe houses to century-old luxury hotels on picturesque lakes in the Swiss Alps. A twenty-first century story that plumbs the promise and peril of an era whose politics are fueled by the power of hashtag advocacy, this urgent and engrossing work of investigative journalism reveals the unpredictable interconnectedness of our butterfly-wings world, where a few days of online activism can bring years of offline consequences for people continents away.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 23.01.2021
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