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Zurich: Open Top Bus Sightseeing Tour

1. Zurich: Open Top Bus Sightseeing Tour

Zurich Open Tour operates all year round. See the essential points of interets of the city. Discover Zurich in all its aspects with this sightseeing tour that takes you on a visit to the city of Zurich: the world center of the banking sector located in the north of Switzerland. The city tour will take you to discover the main tourist attractions, passing through numerous parks, museums and historic squares. Take advantage of this tour to discover the beauty of Lake Zurich as well as its historic center and its mild climate.

Lagos: Nigeria eSIM Roaming Mobile Data Plan

2. Lagos: Nigeria eSIM Roaming Mobile Data Plan

Say goodbye to the hassle of physical SIMs and finding mobile network operator stores with our e-SIM service. After purchase, you'll receive a QR code that you can scan on your compatible device to install the e-SIM wherever and whenever you need it. Choose from a range of data volumes, validity periods, and coverage options in different countries to stay connected with ease. Most iPhone models beyond XS support e-SIM, and follow our instructions in the photo session to check compatibility for other devices. Share the QR code via AirDrop or scan it to another device. Install the e-SIM by connecting to WiFi or a network, and remember to turn on roaming for the e-SIM. If you have trouble connecting to the network, consult our self-troubleshooting guide. lf you have a connected trip in Africa, just simply select the 29 African countries option, which covers:Reunion, Madagascar, Malawi, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Congo- the Democratic Republic of the, Cote d'Ivoire, Egypt, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Liberia, Mali, Morocco, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Seychelles, South Africa, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia. If your data is used-up? Simple, just buy another e-SIM to top-up. APN (Access Point Name): iboots Local Network:Airtel/MTN

7 Days NIGERIA - South West Tour

3. 7 Days NIGERIA - South West Tour

Day 02: LAGOS - BADAGRY - ABEOKUTA After breakfast, depart on a day visit to Badagry along the coastal road west of Lagos at the Benin Republic border. Badagry was founded in the early 15th century on a lagoon off the Gulf of Guinea, its protected harbor led to the town becoming a key port in the export of slaves to the Americas, mainly Brazil. On arrival you will embark on Badagry ‘Slave Route’ tour including – old slave market, slave trade museum and relics, Seriki Abbas compound (slave baracoons), Gberefu beach (Slave embarkation point) etc, and then Proceed to Abeokuta. - Day 03: ABEOKUTA – IBADAN After breakfast drive to Ibadan. On the way, visit Abeokuta which is the largest city and capital of Ogun State. The original settlers of Abeokuta were of the Egba nation. Later, some members of other Yoruba clans came to the city. You will see such sites as historic Olumo Rock and Itoku Market, where vendors sell the famous Adire fabric. Adire textile is the indigo dyed cloth made in southwestern Nigeria by Yoruba women, using a variety of resist dye techniques. You will also visit the fetish stalls at the market where items of traditional medicine are sold. Lunch is at the Obasanjo Library Complex. Depart after lunch for Ibadan and check-in to your hotel on arrival. Dinner and evening at leisure. Overnight Golden Tulip Hotel or similar -Day 04: IBADAN – ILE-IFE -- OSHOGBO After breakfast depart for Oshogbo. On the way, you will visit Ile Ife known as the cradle of Yoruba civilisation. According to Yoruba people, Ife is where the founding deities Oduduwa and Obatala began the creation of the world, as directed by the paramount deity Olodumare. You will visit Palace of the Ooni of Ife - the spiritual head and highest-ranking King of Yorubaland. Then, on to Ife Museum, statue of Queen Moremi Ajasoro, a prominent female warrior that saved Ife from her enemies and historic Oranmiyan monolith, where you will join “elders of the land” for a drink and ablution to the forefathers and recount lore surrounding the great Oranmiyan warrior-king. Continue to Oshogbo the main city of Osun State located in the farming region where yams, cassava, grain, cotton, and tobacco are grown. On arrival, embark on a tour of this significant town popularly known as the venue for the annual festival along the River Osun. The festival is cantered around the sacred grove of the river goddess Osun, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The dense forest of the Osun Sacred Grove is one of the last remnants of primary high forest in southern Nigeria. Regarded as the abode of the goddess of fertility Osun, one of the pantheons of Yoruba gods, the landscape of the grove and its meandering river is dotted with sanctuaries and shrines, sculptures, and art works in honour of Osun and other deities. The sacred grove is seen as a symbol of identity for all Yoruba people. It testifies to the once widespread practice of establishing sacred groves outside ALL settlements.

Lagos: Experience 1 Day Adventure

4. Lagos: Experience 1 Day Adventure

This tour will give you the best of experience of Lagos, the most popular urban settlement in Nigeria.This tour will give you the best of experience of Lagos, especially the urban settlement areas of Lagos. Your day will start with a visit to the Nike Art Gallery to get an appreciation of African art. This is West Africa’s biggest gallery and it boasts over 25, 000 artworks ranging from textiles, paintings, and sculptures from various African artists. The gallery is in a five-storey tall building. After the Art experience, will visit the Lekki Conservation Centre where you will walk on the longest canopy bridge in Africa. The Centre is one of the best and most visited nature reserves in Nigeria. Raised walkways enable viewing of animals like monkeys, crocodiles and various birds. If you appreciate nature and are in a limbo as where to take your partner or lover, this center is the ideal place to visit. The final stop for the day is the beach. We have put together the top beaches which you can make a choice from and be rest assured of great company, comfortable & pleasant ride.

Lagos-Ogun-Oyo-Osun Cultural and Historical Tour

5. Lagos-Ogun-Oyo-Osun Cultural and Historical Tour

Day 1: Guests arrival in Lagos and Transfer to their hotel. Day 2: Visit to Nike Art Galleria, Lekki Art and Craft Market then Lekki Conservative Center, and Terra Kulture before driving to Hakuna-Matata. Day 3 Visit Freedom Park, The Cathedral, the Central Mosque, Tafawa Balewa Square where Nigeria’s independence was first celebrated in 1960. Visit the Independence house, an edifice built in the early 1960's as a symbol of Nigeria's independence. Visit Campos district. An Afro-Brazilian district, where slaves freed by Saros in Brazil (Agudas) settled in when they returned to Lagos. Visit the National Museum and John Randle Center for Yoruba Culture. Day 4: Visit & use Nigeria’s first and only full-electricity powered train at Marina Lagos for a 35 minutes train ride to Mile 2, from where we will travel by road for 1hr 30min to Badagry. At Badagry, we shall visit the slave Museum, Gberefu Island (Point of No return), Velekete Slave Market, Alhaji William Abass Sariki Barracoon. Day 5: 2hrs trip to Abeokuta & visit Olumo rock, the National Museum and Olusegun Obansanjo Presidential Library. A place established to demonstrate and deepen democracy, an historic and academic centre established as a national archive for the preservation of National documents. Visit Itoku Market, where vendors sell the famous Adire fabric & fetish stalls where local medicines are sold. Visit Oyan Dam, a dam that crosses the Oyan river, a tributary of the Ogun river, used primarily to supply fresh water to Lagos. We travel afterwards for 1hr 30min to Ibadan and stay Overnight. Day 6: Visit Iyake Nature suspended Lake, then a short ride to the National Museum of Unity, and be on our way to Oshogbo. On the way, we will visit lle Ife. A town known to be the cradle of Yoruba civilization, where the founding deities Oduduwa and Obatala began the creation of the world, as directed by the paramount deity Olodumare.. We will visit the Palace of the Ooni of Ife. Then Ife Museum, where the statue of Queen Moremi Ajasoro, a prominent female warrior that saved Ife from her enemies and the historic Oranmiyan monolith, where we will join "elders of the land" for a drink and ablution to the forefathers. Day 7: Continue to Oshogbo the main city of Osun State. On arrival, we will tour the dense forest of the Osun Sacred Grove. Regarded as the abode of the goddess of fertility Osun, one of the pantheons of Yoruba gods. The landscape of the grove and its meandering river is dotted with sanctuaries and shrines, sculptures, and art works in honor of Osun and other deities. After visiting the grove, we shall tour the Ijesha water fall before driving to Mama Susan Wenger's house, Nike art center, Jimoh’s gallery before exploring the local market, after which we shall have a 3hrs 30min trip to Lagos. Day 8: Relaxation at Landmark beach and departure.

Slave Trade Tour: Badagry Black Heritage Adventure

6. Slave Trade Tour: Badagry Black Heritage Adventure

The story of 400 years of slavery cannot be told without a visit to the former slave port. This is a private tour to explore the former slave quarters and see the preserved relics at the Slave Museums. This tour affords you the opportunity to experience first-hand what really happened and how these things happened during the slave trade regime. Many people known today as Black Americans have actually traced their roots to Africa to see and write their own narratives. Your tour will include a boat ride to the Point of No Return (Gberefu Island) where the slaves were routed through to the ships to foreign countries. During the tour, there will be a brief stop at the ‘Attenuation Well’ where slaves were made to drink magical waters that made them forget who they’re. There will also be a stopover at the beach front of the Point of No Return for a little rest and reflection.

Lagos Island: Weekend Cruise with light refreshment

7. Lagos Island: Weekend Cruise with light refreshment

Enjoy the warmth and comfort of a modern luxury Yacht where you will also be served continental /intercontinental buffet meal as part of your Cruise experience in Lagos. Journey takes two hours starting from the Lagos Jetty in VI and there is a stand by Live band on board to make you feel at home during the entire experience.

Makoko Floating Community Tour

8. Makoko Floating Community Tour

Explore the Makoko community in Lagos, the world’s largest floating village which lives principally on stilt houses on water. Discover Lagos’s own Venice on this guided canoe ride through the watery fishing neighborhood, built on stilts overtop canals. The area is home to at least 850,000 people, although some estimates indicate closer to 1,000,000 floating city dwellers. Our local tour guide will educate you about the history of the community and why they decided to settle on water. This trip gives you an opportunity to experience the day today lives of the people, how they cope with the raining season, their occupation and many more.

ADVENTURE: Experience Lagos Nigeria in 2 Days

9. ADVENTURE: Experience Lagos Nigeria in 2 Days

Lagos is the economic capital of Africa and the social activities is second to none in the entire continent. This 2-Day extraordinary tour will give you a total overview of the city. You will not only visit the listed tourist attractions but you will also visit the most beautiful and popular spots. We will also help you to soak in the fun of the vibrant city and have a memorable experience. Part of the places you will be visiting include the Lekki Conservation Center, the Arts and Crafts market which is the biggest in Nigeria, Nike Art Center which is the biggest in West-Africa, the popular Afrika Shrine, Fela's Kalakuta Republic Museum, National Museum, among others. If you are interested in night life, then we will also give you an experience of the Lagos most talked about night life.

Abuja: Nigeria eSIM Roaming Mobile Data Plan

10. Abuja: Nigeria eSIM Roaming Mobile Data Plan

Say goodbye to the hassle of physical SIMs and finding mobile network operator stores with our e-SIM service. After purchase, you'll receive a QR code that you can scan on your compatible device to install the e-SIM wherever and whenever you need it. Choose from a range of data volumes, validity periods, and coverage options in different countries to stay connected with ease. Most iPhone models beyond XS support e-SIM, and follow our instructions in the photo session to check compatibility for other devices. Share the QR code via AirDrop or scan it to another device. Install the e-SIM by connecting to WiFi or a network, and remember to turn on roaming for the e-SIM. If you have trouble connecting to the network, consult our self-troubleshooting guide. lf you have a connected trip in Africa, just simply select the 29 African countries option, which covers:Reunion, Madagascar, Malawi, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Congo- the Democratic Republic of the, Cote d'Ivoire, Egypt, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Liberia, Mali, Morocco, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Seychelles, South Africa, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia. If your data is used-up? Simple, just buy another e-SIM to top-up. APN (Access Point Name): iboots Local Network:Airtel/MTN

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Zurich: Open Top Bus Sightseeing Tour

Zurich: Open Top Bus Sightseeing Tour

Zurich Open Tour operates all year round. See the essential points of interets of the city. Discover Zurich in all its aspects with this sightseeing tour that takes you on a visit to the city of Zurich: the world center of the banking sector located in the north of Switzerland. The city tour will take you to discover the main tourist attractions, passing through numerous parks, museums and historic squares. Take advantage of this tour to discover the beauty of Lake Zurich as well as its historic center and its mild climate.

Lagos: Nigeria eSIM Roaming Mobile Data Plan

Lagos: Nigeria eSIM Roaming Mobile Data Plan

Say goodbye to the hassle of physical SIMs and finding mobile network operator stores with our e-SIM service. After purchase, you'll receive a QR code that you can scan on your compatible device to install the e-SIM wherever and whenever you need it. Choose from a range of data volumes, validity periods, and coverage options in different countries to stay connected with ease. Most iPhone models beyond XS support e-SIM, and follow our instructions in the photo session to check compatibility for other devices. Share the QR code via AirDrop or scan it to another device. Install the e-SIM by connecting to WiFi or a network, and remember to turn on roaming for the e-SIM. If you have trouble connecting to the network, consult our self-troubleshooting guide. lf you have a connected trip in Africa, just simply select the 29 African countries option, which covers:Reunion, Madagascar, Malawi, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Congo- the Democratic Republic of the, Cote d'Ivoire, Egypt, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Liberia, Mali, Morocco, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Seychelles, South Africa, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia. If your data is used-up? Simple, just buy another e-SIM to top-up. APN (Access Point Name): iboots Local Network:Airtel/MTN

7 Days NIGERIA - South West Tour

7 Days NIGERIA - South West Tour

Day 02: LAGOS - BADAGRY - ABEOKUTA After breakfast, depart on a day visit to Badagry along the coastal road west of Lagos at the Benin Republic border. Badagry was founded in the early 15th century on a lagoon off the Gulf of Guinea, its protected harbor led to the town becoming a key port in the export of slaves to the Americas, mainly Brazil. On arrival you will embark on Badagry ‘Slave Route’ tour including – old slave market, slave trade museum and relics, Seriki Abbas compound (slave baracoons), Gberefu beach (Slave embarkation point) etc, and then Proceed to Abeokuta. - Day 03: ABEOKUTA – IBADAN After breakfast drive to Ibadan. On the way, visit Abeokuta which is the largest city and capital of Ogun State. The original settlers of Abeokuta were of the Egba nation. Later, some members of other Yoruba clans came to the city. You will see such sites as historic Olumo Rock and Itoku Market, where vendors sell the famous Adire fabric. Adire textile is the indigo dyed cloth made in southwestern Nigeria by Yoruba women, using a variety of resist dye techniques. You will also visit the fetish stalls at the market where items of traditional medicine are sold. Lunch is at the Obasanjo Library Complex. Depart after lunch for Ibadan and check-in to your hotel on arrival. Dinner and evening at leisure. Overnight Golden Tulip Hotel or similar -Day 04: IBADAN – ILE-IFE -- OSHOGBO After breakfast depart for Oshogbo. On the way, you will visit Ile Ife known as the cradle of Yoruba civilisation. According to Yoruba people, Ife is where the founding deities Oduduwa and Obatala began the creation of the world, as directed by the paramount deity Olodumare. You will visit Palace of the Ooni of Ife - the spiritual head and highest-ranking King of Yorubaland. Then, on to Ife Museum, statue of Queen Moremi Ajasoro, a prominent female warrior that saved Ife from her enemies and historic Oranmiyan monolith, where you will join “elders of the land” for a drink and ablution to the forefathers and recount lore surrounding the great Oranmiyan warrior-king. Continue to Oshogbo the main city of Osun State located in the farming region where yams, cassava, grain, cotton, and tobacco are grown. On arrival, embark on a tour of this significant town popularly known as the venue for the annual festival along the River Osun. The festival is cantered around the sacred grove of the river goddess Osun, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The dense forest of the Osun Sacred Grove is one of the last remnants of primary high forest in southern Nigeria. Regarded as the abode of the goddess of fertility Osun, one of the pantheons of Yoruba gods, the landscape of the grove and its meandering river is dotted with sanctuaries and shrines, sculptures, and art works in honour of Osun and other deities. The sacred grove is seen as a symbol of identity for all Yoruba people. It testifies to the once widespread practice of establishing sacred groves outside ALL settlements.

Lagos: Experience 1 Day Adventure

Lagos: Experience 1 Day Adventure

This tour will give you the best of experience of Lagos, the most popular urban settlement in Nigeria.This tour will give you the best of experience of Lagos, especially the urban settlement areas of Lagos. Your day will start with a visit to the Nike Art Gallery to get an appreciation of African art. This is West Africa’s biggest gallery and it boasts over 25, 000 artworks ranging from textiles, paintings, and sculptures from various African artists. The gallery is in a five-storey tall building. After the Art experience, will visit the Lekki Conservation Centre where you will walk on the longest canopy bridge in Africa. The Centre is one of the best and most visited nature reserves in Nigeria. Raised walkways enable viewing of animals like monkeys, crocodiles and various birds. If you appreciate nature and are in a limbo as where to take your partner or lover, this center is the ideal place to visit. The final stop for the day is the beach. We have put together the top beaches which you can make a choice from and be rest assured of great company, comfortable & pleasant ride.

Lagos-Ogun-Oyo-Osun Cultural and Historical Tour

Lagos-Ogun-Oyo-Osun Cultural and Historical Tour

Day 1: Guests arrival in Lagos and Transfer to their hotel. Day 2: Visit to Nike Art Galleria, Lekki Art and Craft Market then Lekki Conservative Center, and Terra Kulture before driving to Hakuna-Matata. Day 3 Visit Freedom Park, The Cathedral, the Central Mosque, Tafawa Balewa Square where Nigeria’s independence was first celebrated in 1960. Visit the Independence house, an edifice built in the early 1960's as a symbol of Nigeria's independence. Visit Campos district. An Afro-Brazilian district, where slaves freed by Saros in Brazil (Agudas) settled in when they returned to Lagos. Visit the National Museum and John Randle Center for Yoruba Culture. Day 4: Visit & use Nigeria’s first and only full-electricity powered train at Marina Lagos for a 35 minutes train ride to Mile 2, from where we will travel by road for 1hr 30min to Badagry. At Badagry, we shall visit the slave Museum, Gberefu Island (Point of No return), Velekete Slave Market, Alhaji William Abass Sariki Barracoon. Day 5: 2hrs trip to Abeokuta & visit Olumo rock, the National Museum and Olusegun Obansanjo Presidential Library. A place established to demonstrate and deepen democracy, an historic and academic centre established as a national archive for the preservation of National documents. Visit Itoku Market, where vendors sell the famous Adire fabric & fetish stalls where local medicines are sold. Visit Oyan Dam, a dam that crosses the Oyan river, a tributary of the Ogun river, used primarily to supply fresh water to Lagos. We travel afterwards for 1hr 30min to Ibadan and stay Overnight. Day 6: Visit Iyake Nature suspended Lake, then a short ride to the National Museum of Unity, and be on our way to Oshogbo. On the way, we will visit lle Ife. A town known to be the cradle of Yoruba civilization, where the founding deities Oduduwa and Obatala began the creation of the world, as directed by the paramount deity Olodumare.. We will visit the Palace of the Ooni of Ife. Then Ife Museum, where the statue of Queen Moremi Ajasoro, a prominent female warrior that saved Ife from her enemies and the historic Oranmiyan monolith, where we will join "elders of the land" for a drink and ablution to the forefathers. Day 7: Continue to Oshogbo the main city of Osun State. On arrival, we will tour the dense forest of the Osun Sacred Grove. Regarded as the abode of the goddess of fertility Osun, one of the pantheons of Yoruba gods. The landscape of the grove and its meandering river is dotted with sanctuaries and shrines, sculptures, and art works in honor of Osun and other deities. After visiting the grove, we shall tour the Ijesha water fall before driving to Mama Susan Wenger's house, Nike art center, Jimoh’s gallery before exploring the local market, after which we shall have a 3hrs 30min trip to Lagos. Day 8: Relaxation at Landmark beach and departure.

Slave Trade Tour: Badagry Black Heritage Adventure

Slave Trade Tour: Badagry Black Heritage Adventure

The story of 400 years of slavery cannot be told without a visit to the former slave port. This is a private tour to explore the former slave quarters and see the preserved relics at the Slave Museums. This tour affords you the opportunity to experience first-hand what really happened and how these things happened during the slave trade regime. Many people known today as Black Americans have actually traced their roots to Africa to see and write their own narratives. Your tour will include a boat ride to the Point of No Return (Gberefu Island) where the slaves were routed through to the ships to foreign countries. During the tour, there will be a brief stop at the ‘Attenuation Well’ where slaves were made to drink magical waters that made them forget who they’re. There will also be a stopover at the beach front of the Point of No Return for a little rest and reflection.

Lagos Island: Weekend Cruise with light refreshment

Lagos Island: Weekend Cruise with light refreshment

Enjoy the warmth and comfort of a modern luxury Yacht where you will also be served continental /intercontinental buffet meal as part of your Cruise experience in Lagos. Journey takes two hours starting from the Lagos Jetty in VI and there is a stand by Live band on board to make you feel at home during the entire experience.

Makoko Floating Community Tour

Makoko Floating Community Tour

Explore the Makoko community in Lagos, the world’s largest floating village which lives principally on stilt houses on water. Discover Lagos’s own Venice on this guided canoe ride through the watery fishing neighborhood, built on stilts overtop canals. The area is home to at least 850,000 people, although some estimates indicate closer to 1,000,000 floating city dwellers. Our local tour guide will educate you about the history of the community and why they decided to settle on water. This trip gives you an opportunity to experience the day today lives of the people, how they cope with the raining season, their occupation and many more.

ADVENTURE: Experience Lagos Nigeria in 2 Days

ADVENTURE: Experience Lagos Nigeria in 2 Days

Lagos is the economic capital of Africa and the social activities is second to none in the entire continent. This 2-Day extraordinary tour will give you a total overview of the city. You will not only visit the listed tourist attractions but you will also visit the most beautiful and popular spots. We will also help you to soak in the fun of the vibrant city and have a memorable experience. Part of the places you will be visiting include the Lekki Conservation Center, the Arts and Crafts market which is the biggest in Nigeria, Nike Art Center which is the biggest in West-Africa, the popular Afrika Shrine, Fela's Kalakuta Republic Museum, National Museum, among others. If you are interested in night life, then we will also give you an experience of the Lagos most talked about night life.

Abuja: Nigeria eSIM Roaming Mobile Data Plan

Abuja: Nigeria eSIM Roaming Mobile Data Plan

Say goodbye to the hassle of physical SIMs and finding mobile network operator stores with our e-SIM service. After purchase, you'll receive a QR code that you can scan on your compatible device to install the e-SIM wherever and whenever you need it. Choose from a range of data volumes, validity periods, and coverage options in different countries to stay connected with ease. Most iPhone models beyond XS support e-SIM, and follow our instructions in the photo session to check compatibility for other devices. Share the QR code via AirDrop or scan it to another device. Install the e-SIM by connecting to WiFi or a network, and remember to turn on roaming for the e-SIM. If you have trouble connecting to the network, consult our self-troubleshooting guide. lf you have a connected trip in Africa, just simply select the 29 African countries option, which covers:Reunion, Madagascar, Malawi, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Congo- the Democratic Republic of the, Cote d'Ivoire, Egypt, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Liberia, Mali, Morocco, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Seychelles, South Africa, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia. If your data is used-up? Simple, just buy another e-SIM to top-up. APN (Access Point Name): iboots Local Network:Airtel/MTN

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