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THE YORUBA -TOGO/BENIN EXTENSION AFTER ILE’YA OMO ODAH IFE( Dec 10 - 14, 2018)

Explore the Yoruba culture and traditional values in Togo, Benin and Nigeria. The Yoruba are one of the largest African ethnic groups south of the Sahara Desert. They are, in fact, not a single group, but rather a collection of diverse people bound together by a common language, history, and culture. Within Nigeria, the Yoruba dominate the western part of the country. Yoruba mythology holds that all Yoruba people descended from a hero called Odua or Oduduwa. Today there are over fifty individuals who claim kingship as descendants of Odua.

During the four centuries of the slave trade, Yoruba territory was known as the Slave Coast. Uncounted numbers of Yoruba were carried to the Americas. Their descendants preserved Yoruba traditions. In several parts of the Caribbean and South America, Yoruba religion has been combined with Christianity. In 1893, the Yoruba kingdoms in Nigeria became part of the Protectorate of Great Britain. Until 1960 Nigeria was a British colony and the Yoruba were British subjects. On October 1, 1960, Nigeria became an independent nation structured as a federation of states.

TOUR TERMS & CONDITIONS

  • HEALTH: Yellow Fever Vacination
  • VISA: Nigerian and Benin Republic ($201.00) + 4 passport Pictures. We can process your visas for both countries for a $100 fee per person
  • RATE: $3750.00 PER PERSON IN TWIN ROOM 650.00 ADDITIONAL FOR SINGLE OCCUPANCY MAIN TOUR
  • DEPOSIT: $300.00 REQUIRED TO HOLD YOUR SEAT
  • FINAL PAYMENT DUE: AUGUST 21, 2018
  • MEAL: BREAKFAST AND EITHER LUNCH OR DINNER INCLUDED DAILY
  • HOTEL: DELUXE HOTELS IN EACH CITY
  • BAGGAGE: 2 bags plus one carry-on
  • PAYMENTS: All major credit cards accepted plus 3% s/c. Payments by check made payable to Access Africa Corp
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