Nigeria is one of the untapped tourist destinations in Africa. Nigeria is blessed with the aquatic splendor of Lagos, the wondrous landscape of Obudu Mountain Resort in Calabar, the sacred groove of Osun, the implausible beauty of the Yankari National Park and much more. Nigerians are the most hospitable and friendly people in Africa. However, when you visit Nigeria, it is advisable to be culturally sensitive and environmentally friendly.
Nigeria is the most popular black nation in the world and a trip to this amazing destination really worth it. The numerous tourist attractions spread across the country is incredible. Nigerians are lovely and hospitable people. The cultural and festivals will gladness you and will also form part of your travel experience.
Yes we realise everyone and their mama has probably been to Hard Rock Cafe but that’s not going to stop us writing on it. The restaurant chain finally made its way to Nigeria and has been the venue for quite a few events. It also comes alive in the night as it is now one of the ‘pre-clubbing’ spots in Lagos on Friday nights so the brother and I had to go see what the fuss was all about.
Taking pictures while traveling is one of those things tourists cannot do without. What if after taking the photos and you later discovered that the memory card is broken or some stole the memory card. What would you do? All the photos, all the memories will be gone forever. This happened to me and I was really mad. All I did was to chill since I cannot do anything. In other not to be a victim of these circumstances, I am going to share 7 ways to safeguard your Travel photos