23% of pregnant Nigerian women insist on giving birth to their children abroad. Be it for show off or access to better medical service or dual citizenship for the child. The number of Nigerians travelling abroad for child birth is constantly on the increase. To many […]0 Read More
Earlier this year, while receiving the President of Rwanda, Paul Kagame, the Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Abiy Ahmed, disclosed that the country will follow the example set by Rwanda in making visitors from other African countries get their visa on arrival. On Friday, 26th October, the Chief […]0 Read More
Nigeria is now added to the list of countries not eligible for Visa on Arrival (VOA) to Tanzania. Nigerians, (& a host of other countries actually) are no longer eligible for Visa on arrival in Tanzania. You won't find this info anywhere at the moment (even […]0 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.