Things To Do

You probably don’t have fun plans for this Ramadan holiday yet. Or if you do, your plans are perhaps hazy, and there’s every likelihood that you are heading for another déjà vu – just as it is the case for most people during a public holiday. Well, we’ve got your back!We have come up with 6 fun ways to make this...

There are two things Nigerians love with all their hearts and souls: jollof rice and holidays. While we may never get to fully explain the reason behind their craze for jollof rice, we can tell that today’s hectic life makes the love for holidays all the more enticing.After all, who wouldn’t want that deserved break...

Kenya may be famous for its massive safaris that draw thousands of tourists to this East African country every year. But that’s only a drop in an ocean of boundless adventure. Seated between a conclave of highlands intersected by the Great Rift Valley and a sprawling plateau that extends into the east, Kenya radiates...

You don’t have to see the inscription “Adventure” seated in solemn repose atop the Adventure Zone Gate at Legoland or the sheer splendour and architectural finish that reverberate throughout Dubai. For a destination which has been described as the city of the future with the magic of the present, there’s no...

It’s 6:30a.m in the wilds of Masai Mara in Kenya, and your day begins first with the deep, bellowing sound of falcons and kestrels interspersed with chirping insects. From a distance, the coaxing echoes of hippos in a quiet lake stabs the silence. And then, you spring out of your bed in readiness to take on the morning...

It’s another long weekend/holiday and all about Eid al Adah. Also called the “Sacrifice Feast” or “Bakr-Eid”, Eid al Adah is a Muslim holiday celebrated every year, all over the world. It is traditionally celebrated for four days and in countries such as Nigeria, two days or even more are usually set aside for this...