Tour of Kwara State

Are you engaged during the next sallah? If you are, cancel it; if you’re not, good. Join YtourAfrica on the Kwara state tour. The bus leaves Lagos early on 1st September for Kwara with a stop in Ilorin to check out Dada Pottery (souvenirs can be bought), Unilorin Zoo and then stop over for best…

YTourists take Erin-Ijesha waterfalls

So 11 ytourists (that’s the name for our tourists, #SWEGG) went away on the amazing hiking trip in our previous post. Let me take you on a ride with us, I’ll make it brief and fun for you. Let’s do this. We took off from 7up at about 8am after the bus arrived from picking…

Let’s Go Hiking!

It’s a long holiday staring at us the last weekend of the month. What better way to spend it than to enjoy a cool resort in the heart of Osun state and go hiking at the magnificent Erin Ijesha waterfalls, away from the hustle and bustle of Lagos. The deal is a departure from Lagos…

Adventure at Erin-Ijesha Waterfalls

After the tour of the Groove, Erin Ijesha, a top tourism destination in Nigeria, was the next stop, to experience the famed waterfall. We had to rely on our Google map again with help from Tosin. Erin Ijesha is a town off the expressway that leads to Akure from Ife (I hope that road actually…

Osun-Osogbo Groove, home of goddess of fertility

Continued from the last post.., okay so I know it’s kinda rude to disappear and not at least offer some form of apology. I hope to find my rhythm now that exams and project are finally over, I really do hope I stay consistent. *phew…, now back to my gist…, in the morning of the…

Osun, tourism hub of southwestern Nigeria

Hello fam! This week is about another intended Obudu trip that got diverted to Osun state. This time, I know you may be wandering how Obudu trip ended up in Osogbo, mystery my brethren, mystery!! That said, Osun has the potential to be a solid tourism destination in Nigeria. With a rich history, beautiful landscapes,…

Oil Rich State of Akwa Ibom, a Favorite Holiday Destination

Hello people! I know it’s been a minute, I got redeployed at work and my commute time has increased by at least 4hours daily. I drove the first few days, nobody taught me to start doing ‘park and ride’ (to those who don’t know what means, you park at a car park for N200 and…

Tour of the magical hills of Idanre

Did you know that some parts of Ondo state is really beautiful? I think it’s easily because of her proximity to Ekiti state, Ekiti rubbing some of her beauty on Ondo. That said, I’ll dive right into the visit of the magical hills of Idanre in Ondo State. I visited the Idanre Hills with my…

Fun Trip to La Campagne Tropicana, Ibeju-Lekki

I’ve planned to visit La Campagne Tropicana with some groups of friends at different times but we never made it. You know when you plan trips with like 40 other people and the whole plans got lost amidst different opinions. So this time, Eghosa and I planned this trip together again on a cold harmattan…

A Walk in the Path of a Slave

Like I promised last week, this post is focused on the typical experience of slaves in the slave trade era. They sound hard to believe, but these are facts to prove how terrible slave trade was and to showcase a bit of history. They bring in the slaves from the hinterland, particular Yoruba lands, because…

Tour of Lagos’ historic city of Badagry

My first documented trip was during a semester break and annual leave from work. I happened to be on leave around the same time as my friend, Eghosa. We decided to make the most of the leave in Lagos and boy, we did!! So next time you find yourself in Lagos during holiday, trust me…