Having a baby abroad is becoming so popular in naija. Everyone wants their babies to have blue passports for various reasons. Dual citizenship, better health care, easy access to grants and scholarships when they get into college, more affordable college fees or just going with […]8 Read More
Hey Nomads! The annual Lagos Fashion and Design Week (#LFDW) is on and designers, models, fashion bloggers, style enthusiast and fashion critics have come to play. However, I feel a very important class of persons are missing from this list….the tourist! Where are the tourists? Why […]2 Read More
“I don’t travel because I hate filling visa forms”, “How do you get the time to go to all these places?”, “Travelling is expensive, I don’t have money abeg” “You have plenty money oh, you are always in one country or another” Do these excuses sound […]2 Read More
Hey Nomads! Today is an exciting day for tourists, tour operators, travel enthusiasts and all over the world! It’s World Tourism Day! The UN agency dedicated to tourism, the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) celebrates this day annually and Accessible Tourism: Tourism for all, is […]3 Read More
It’s no news that Nigerians absolutely LOVE London! London is the default travel destination for most Nigerians and understandably so. Back in the day…like way back, Nigerian citizens did not require visas to visit the UK and we are so deeply rooted in the system with […]9 Read More
From statement sunglasses and comfortable shoes, to beach totes and maxi dresses, Naijanomads X StyleMeAfrica brings you summer essentials from African Brands. Hi Travelistas! Summer’s here 🙂 Who is excited? Who has a trip planned, bags packed and ready to go? I get EXTREMELY excited about holidays and summer is […]3 Read More
This blog which started out as a travel journal of a spontaneous, adrenaline junkie to share her experiences with friends and family has evolved to a platform that assists Nigerians in planning better vacations.