Nigeria: The Bradt Travel Guide

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Bradt Travel Guides, 2008 - Travel - 344 pages
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Nigeria encourages visitors to cast aside the country's reputation for crime and corruption, and experience the hospitality and generosity of Nigeria's greatest asset - its people. Over three times the size of the UK, Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa. The guide provides a detailed look at the country's rich history, from the slave trade to numerous coups and its vibrant and diverse culture as represented in its music, dress, arts, and festivals. Centre of extremes, Lagos is covered in detail with plenty of tips for expats.This guide is packed with information for all: backpackers, overlanders, expats, business travelers, and diplomats.
  

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Wow, there was really nothing written positive about Nigeria. It starts off saying, "one of the world's most chaotic and dangerous places...far from pleasant West African to travel." I was doing it on ... Read full review

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Contents

Practical information
51
In Nigeria
61
Health and safety
89
Lagos
109
Southwestern Nigeria
163
Southeastern Nigeria
193
Central Nigeria
229
East and Northeast Nigeria
265
Northern Nigeria
285
Language
324
Further information
330
Index
341
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Based in Cape Town, Lizzie Williams has travelled the length and breadth of Africa as a tour leader on overland trucks, and as a guidebook author for books from Egypt to South Africa including Bradt's Nigeria and Johannesburg.

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