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All Inclusive Nigeria Historical & Cultural Tour

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  • 192 hr

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 Dinner Day 4 – Badagry City Tour Day 5 – Ogun State City (Rock City) Day 6, 7 – Osun State Tour (The Cradle of Yorubaland) Day 8 – Shopping at Local Markets Day 9 – Back to Lagos, Departure Lagos City Tour

Itinerary Details

Visit historic and symbolic monuments in Lagos, beginning with: 

National Museum: 

National Arts Theater: 

Lekki Conservation Center:

Nike Art Gallery:

Nigerian arts. Lagos Urban Forest and Animal Sanctuary Initiative (LUFASI) Nature Park Lekki:

Shopping in Lagos.

Lekki Arts & Crafts: Test your haggling skills as you move from stall to stall finding unique African crafts representing all of Nigerian culture. Lekki Beach Resort: If you get tired of relaxing, participate in some fun activities.

Badagry City Tour:

Badagry Heritage Museum: Built in 1863 by the British Government. The First Nigerian Story Building: Built in 1845 by Anglican missionaries. The Agai Tree Monument; Seriki Abass Slave Baracoon: Mobee Family Slave Relics Museum: Learn about the major role the royal Mobee family played during the slave trade era. Vlekete Slave Market: Learn about the makeup of slave markets in Africa. Badagry Slave Port & Gberefu Peninsula (Point of No Return): Experience what it felt like to walk through the point of no return. Relaxation Time: Select your relaxation spot: Suntan/Coconut Beach or Whispering Palms Beach Resort.

Ogun State City Tour (Rock City) Located in south-west Nigeria, 

Highlight of Activities:

Points of interest and sites include:

Olumo Rock Tourist Center: Located in Abeokuta, Ogun State

Experience the luxuries of Green Legacy Resort. This strikingly beautiful resort boasts of top notch facilities including a museum, the Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library (OOPL), an Adire African Fabric Center, mini rock for climbers, a man-made lake, a Bamboo Grove and many more strategically created attractions.

Adire Market, Itoku: 

Osun State Tour (The Cradle of Yorubaland) Often called the “State of the Living Spring”, located in south-west Nigeria, Osun State is an inland state with the capital city of Osogbo.


Ooni’s Palace Enuwa, Ile-Ife: Located in Ile-Ife, also known as the Kingdom of Ife, the spiritual home of the Yoruba people, Ooni is the traditional ruler of Ile Ife and his palace is a historical monument. 

Ife Museum, Enuwa Square, Ile-Ife:

This museum is the perfect place to learn about the history, origins, and culture of Osun state. Observe the many archaeological artifacts including bronze and terracotta sculptures.

Ile-Ife City Walls:  Oshogbo Arts and Metal Works: Experience one of the top sites in Oshogbo where metals are artistically crafted and shaped to make valuable items. Museum of Arts: Portraying the Yoruba’s cultural heritage, spend a few hours in one of Nigeria’s best arts museums, located in Osogbo City. 

Relaxation at Olumirin Waterfalls, Erin-Ijesha: