The Return Of The Ancestors Tours™
Nigeria was referred to as the "Slave Coast" due to the significant number of people who were trafficked into slavery during the transatlantic Slave Trade from the 17th to 19th centuries. European slave traders captured people from various regions of Nigeria and sold them into slavery in the Americas. It was the intention that those Nigerians who were sold into slavery would never find their way back home. However, THE RETURN OF THE ANCESTORS™ celebrates the triumphant return of the children of the enslaved.
Nigeria is an incredibly vibrant and diverse destination site, offering visitors a unique experience that blends the rich traditions of its many cultures with modern amenities. From its tropical rain forests to its bustling cities and rich cultural heritage, Nigeria is a destination that is sure to please everyone. Come with us to experience the vibrant culture and amazing sights Nigeria has to offer! From colorful festivals to fun activities and breathtaking attractions, you won’t regret joining us for this unforgettable trip.
Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa with over 200 million black people.
It is home to the third largest film industry in the world, known as "Nollywood".
Nigeria is the largest producer of oil in Africa and the 12th largest in the world.
The Niger River, one of the longest rivers in Africa, flows through Nigeria.
The Yoruba ethnic group of Nigeria has one of the highest rates of twin births in the world.
Nigeria is home to the largest diversity of butterfly species in the world.
The city of Lagos in Nigeria is the largest city in Africa in terms of population.
The country has over 250 different ethnic groups, each with their own unique culture and traditions.
Lagos is a coastal city located in the southwestern part of Nigeria. It is the largest city in Nigeria and one of the fastest-growing cities in the world. Lagos is known for its vibrant culture, bustling markets, beautiful beaches, and historical landmarks. It is also a major economic hub in Africa and home to a thriving tech industry.
Osogbo, Osun State
Osogbo is a vibrant city in southwestern Nigeria and is a great destination for travelers looking to explore a unique and diverse culture. Located on the banks of the Osun River, Osogbo is known for its vibrant art scene and beautiful natural surroundings. Visitors to the city can explore the ancient Osun-Osogbo Sacred Grove, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, or take a stroll through the bustling marketplaces of Osogbo. There are also a variety of museums and cultural centers to explore, as well as a vibrant nightlife and restaurants to experience. Osogbo is a great place to experience the culture and history of Nigeria and enjoy the beauty of the Nigerian landscape.