Explore Badagry Slave Route

Cultural & Theme Tours in Lagos

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This tour stops explores the historical Badagry slave route and visits relics, museums and ancient buildings that tell the story of Nigeria' evolution as a country.We will pick you up in a private, air-conditioned vehicle and lunch packs as well as cold soft drinks and water will be provided. You will also have a photographer to document the experience for you. The TVP experience is the authentic experience.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Badagry Slave Museum and Black History Museum, Badagry, Lagos StateThe story of 400 years of slavery cannot be told without a visit to the former slave port of Badagry. Take a sneak peek into the chains and items that were used to exchange slaves and learn more about why this trade went on for so long.Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Badagry Building, Badagry, Lagos StateThe first storey building in Nigeria tells many tales of the country's history. It is a building of many firsts - the first bank, first Yoruba Bible, first church, first clean water well, first missionaries and lots more. Duration: 1 hourStop At: Gberefu Island (Point of No Return), Badagry, Lagos StateVisitors will take a short boat ride across the lagoon and then recreate history by walking along the former slave route to the point of no return. The PONR is where the ships were docked and slaves saw their homeland for the very last time. There is also the attenuation well, where slaves were hypnotized to lose their memories.Duration: 2 hours

What’s included

  • Snacks - Light breakfast snacks.
  • Lunch - Packed lunches.
  • Bottled water - Water, soft drinks and fresh juice.
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • WiFi on board
  • Professional trip photography.
  • Signature goody bag.
  • Entry/Admission - Badagry Slave Museum and Black History Museum
  • Entry/Admission - Badagry Building
  • Entry/Admission - Gberefu Island (Point of No Return)
  • Guaranteed to skip the lines

What’s not included

  • Personal items and expenses.
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