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November Tour Deals You Should Get In On Now

November is closer now than ever. Here are some of the tour deals you should have your eyes on if you want to have a good time this period:

1. Travelbay HQ

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Is your leave in October or November? Choose any 5 nights from these budget deals created just for you:

Explore Mauritius with N200,000 per person; Morocco with N299,000; Dubai with N139,000; Gambia and Senegal with just N190,000, and Rwanda with N144,000. You can also explore Kenya with N144,000 per person; Beirut with N200,000; Gambia with N139,000 and Singapore with N290,000. Note: The fee covers all fares excluding flight.

For booking or enquiries, call 08163507234, 08136393120.

2. Naidrenalin Adventures

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Get ready for Epe Adventures for the Fishing Adventures Lagos event coming up on 2nd November 2019. Activities include fishing, exploring Epe, water adventures, and resort sleepover. The fee is N35,000 per person. Only 12 slots are available. For booking or enquiries, call 08175437080 or email info@naidrenalin.com.ng

3. Lery B Travels

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Enjoy Mauritius Reloaded from 11th -17th November at N490,000 per person sharing. The fee covers return flight ticket, airport transfers, 5 nights at a luxury beach resort and a daily buffet of breakfast and dinner. Other attractions include the catamaran cruise and dolphin watch, walk with lions, Ile Aux Cerf tour, and undersea walk.

Alternatively, get the Dubai Sharp Sharp package for N380,000 per person sharing from November 23rd – 28th. The total package includes return flight ticket, Dubai Visa, airport transfers, 5 nights in a 4-star hotel + buffet breakfast, Marina Dhow cruise with entertainment and buffet dinner, Dubai city tour, and desert safari with entertainment and BBQ dinner.   

For further enquiries and booking, email lerybtravels@gmail.com or call/WhatsApp 08053427963.  

4. Macquest Tours

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Have you visited the Cross River National Park for a wildlife safari experience? Visit this beautiful forest and botanical garden on the 9th – 10th November in Akampa LGA with N55,000 per person sharing. The fee excludes feeding. Activities include game viewing, gorilla tracking, birdwatching, sport fishing, mountaineering or hiking, touring the botanical garden and herbarium in Butatong, visiting the zoological garden where the rare species of animals found in Nigeria are kept and getting a view of Kwa Waterfall. This is an eco-tourist’s delight.

In addition, discover Calabar with the Calabar City Pre-Carnival tour on the 15th – 18th of November for N45,000 per person sharing. The cost covers accommodation, city transport, guided tours, facilities fees, photoshoot, and any Calabar meal of your choice. Attractions include visits to Marina Resort to see the slave trade museum, the resort house, cinema, and a boat cruise to Twin Island. Other attractions include a visit to Tinapa Lakeside, Drill Ranch, Old Residence Museum, Calabar Mall, and Calabar Golf Club. Tourist activities to be engaged in include golfing, boat cruise, games, photoshoots, picnic, historical discovery, and much more.

For booking or enquiries, call 08184326376

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Ann Esievoadje

Ann Esievoadje is a freelance writer who is passionate about encouraging a reading culture and personal development. She has authored two books, The Quilt (fiction) and Being Mummy and Me (non-fiction). She manages Pulchra Publishing which offers a content creation/editing, transcription, different forms of writing (including Ghostwriting) service and her blog, Life Love and Anything Goes at annesievoadje.blogspot.com.ng. You can reach her at annesievoadje@gmail.com

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