Kayaking and snorkeling are two of the most popular activities in the Algarve region of Portugal, a beach-abundant area. On this 3-hour tour, paddle across a stretch of the Atlantic Ocean, explore ancient caves and grottoes, and admire the natural beauty of the coastline. Choose a morning or afternoon departure when booking.
• 3 hours
Discover the allure of Lagos and Sagres on a half-day trip to the West Algarve with an expert local guide! After a hotel pickup, travel to the lively seaside town of Lagos and see its enticing collection of sights. Pay a visit to Antonine Museum inside the Church of St Anthony (Igreja de Santo António) to see historical local relics, and stop at the Statue of Prince Henry the Navigator to learn of Lagos’ links to the Age of Discoveries. After ogling the ocean views from Ponta da Piedade, explore the village of Sagres, perched on Europe’s southwesternmost tip. All entrance fees are payable at your own expense.
• 5 hours
Immerse yourself in the beauties of nature on this amazing tour. Walk through towering trees in the nature reserve and climb above tree canopies on the longest canopy bridge walk in Africa. Spot monkeys, peacocks and other interesting animals and end your tour with a refreshing light picnic.
• 2 hours
The Kalakuta Museum is the last official residence of the Late Afrobeat Legend, Fela Anikulapo Kuti popularly referred to as ''Baba70'' or Abami Eda(the weird one). Kalakuta Musuem holds the complete works, life and times of one of the greatest musician from Africa. Filled with historical photographs of events during the life of Fela and with his music at the background during the tour. This is a must see for every tourist to Lagos.
• 3 hours
The ancient town of Badagry was founded around 1425 A.D. Badagry Town holds so much history of Nigeria, which includes the very first storey building in Nigeria while it also played an historic role during the slave trade era.
• 1 day
High in the sky soars the tranquil Iyake Lake, also known as Ado-Awaye Lake, reposed graciously at the peak of Oke-Ado Mountain in Oyo State, southwest Nigeria. These mountains spread from Ado-Awaye town into the surrounding plains, standing imposingly above the verdant rainforests; and they hold numerous natural, cultural and historical attractions which are of great spiritual significance to the Ado-Awaye people.
• 2 days