Sometimes last year, we came across a beautiful Kenyan’s page on Instagram and we fell in love with it. Her love for travel especially within Africa attracted us to know more about her. Winnie Rioba is a Kenyan lady who loves to travel Africa. She is […]1 Read More
There is no place like home We must have heard the phrase a million times. There is really no place that can be compared to our various homes. It is the only place where we feel safe and comfortable. The feeling we get when at home […]0 Read More
There are times in our lives when we just have to take a bold step and not look back. One of those steps is doing something that makes you happy. To Victoria A., traveling is what makes her happy and this has made her leave her […]1 Read More
Why in the world would anyone want to go on vacation by themselves? Vacations are meant to be spent with friends and family, not by yourself. For a woman, it sounds very unsafe and you’ll be very lonely. People that travel by themselves are definitely running […]0 Read More
Yes we did! Camping in Nigeria isn’t a regular occurrence and when our travel “cousin”, Unravelling Nigeria had planned a camping trip to the Omo Forest Reserve, Ogun state we were estatic. It was too much of an adventurous trip and Naija Nomads just had to […]2 Read More
One of my highlights of last year was kicking of a YouTube Channel about…you guessed right, TRAVEL! This channel is with two awesome women, Fola and Amarachi who are just as crazy about travel as I am. I’ve always harbored the thought of having a TV […]0 Read More
Kemi Onabanjo: Our guest nomad is the definition of a passionate traveler who is currently on a “Project 30 by 30” mission. Travel for her is about taking risks, making unforgettable memories, learning and experiencing new cultures and adopting lessons learnt for her beloved country, Nigeria. […]2 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.