Luggage and bags: Travel light, because most of your requirements are available at a very cheap rate.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Cotton clothes, and sandals are preferable.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: You can always shop for toiletries on arrival, you may also take preventions against malaria.
Photo Equipment: Ant type of photo equipment would do.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: For Lagos, Portharcourt and Calaba, you may get good tools and materials for camping and for the beach.
Miscellaneous: Dress light because of the generally hot weather.Related to:
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Luggage and bags: There is no special bag to take to Nigeria. Any bag that can comfortably contain your things is Ok. make sure it contains a tag.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: In Nigeria we have three basic weather: the rainy season, the sunny season and the harmattan season. The harmattan season is always charactrised by dryness of skin and intense cold in the early morning and night. So if you are coming to Nigeria at that period (around Novemebr -March)you got to get enough jackets. If you are coming during rainy season (around April to October) you got to get your umbrella, and raincoats because in some cities like Portharcourt, it can rain for a whole week none stop. but when u are around in the sunny season thats in between the rainy and dry season, you have to get your sun glasses to protect your views.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: No special just the kind of toiletries and medical kits you use elsewhere, except you must make sure you take malaria tablets. THERE ARE MOSQUITOES
Photo Equipment: all type of camera's are ok, but Be sure to ask before you snap a photo. The police/military can be very agressive if you're taking a photo they think is unauthorized.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: camping must be with guidance of local camping authorities here, to avoid encountering wild animals. Beach things are mandatory. You will oftenly be invited to beach and boat cruising. light clothes are advised due to the hot weather and be sure to have your sunburn protection cream for your skin.
Miscellaneous: Take US dollars, you can change them anywhere, best deals are on the street if you can find someone who knows where to go and is honest! Otherwise all the hotels change cash, For lovers of cultural life, please come with your cameras. Visa and travel documents are a must. There is no such thing as an 'Airport Visa' here.Related to:
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Items you must carry with you.
Luggage and bags: As you might be knowing that we are not allowed to carry mch on airplanes then i must say that you have got a chance to be a light traveller.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: weather in nigeria is just awesome moderate climate that sometimes brings in chill and sometimes just makes you feel as if you are in sahara. so better cut down on your clothes and take some readymade tins of food types specially if you cannot live without anything of if you are addicted to a particular kind as there is possibility that you may not find what you would be looking for in the markets of nigeria prices there are very high so better cut down on your wearables.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: better that you take your medicines with you because generally you will find there medicines with high mg value and your sanitary napkins with you essentially!!!!!!!
Photo Equipment: camera must with you as you not be knowing that when you see a sight which is just so different and attaractiv and unfortunately you miss it just beacuse yo turned back to look for your camera in yor bag. OH !! SO SAD!!! DEAR!! MAKE IT HANDY.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: on the beaches specially do not buy the prawns they are decayed if u really need some seafood go for TILIPIA fish a particular and healthy fish with lot of vitamins or u can go for pink slamon its just nerve shaking with no bones I just LOVED IT!!!
Miscellaneous: most of the time you will be ideal there so better for children or teens that they download some app on their phones and get something creative done while ***ting some sweat out of your hair ITS JUST SOO BAD AT MARKETS REALLY EXHAUSTING!!!!
Luggage and bags: There is not best bag to take to Nigeria. Any bag that can comfortably contain your things is Ok.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: In Nigeria we have two basic weather: the rainy season and the harmattan season. The harmattan season is always charactrised by dryness of skin and intense cold in the early morning and night. So if you are coming to Nigeria at that period (around Novemebr -March)you got to get enough jackets. If you are coming during rainy season (around April to October) you got to get your umbrella, and raincoats because in some cities like Lagos, it can rain for a whole week none stop.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: No special just the kind of toiletry and medical kit you use in your own area.
Photo Equipment: You got to be careful because in some places photograph is not allowed. As for the batteries most cities have any type of battery you may need. But if you are going to the rural areas, you got to recharge your digital cameras in the cities as there is usually no light in the rural areas.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Becaureful in staying too long outdoors because of mosquitoes and hash weather. You can get sun burn.
Miscellaneous: For lovers of cultural life, you can come with your video cameras.Related to:
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Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: No winther cloth needed.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Just make sure to take your malaria medication if this is your first trip to equatorial Africa.
Yellow fever and other tropical stuff have to be taking care of.
Photo Equipment: To take photos in public is a criminal offence. So, don't get out the airport with your camera filming all over !!
You can take pictures making sure no policeman is around.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Beach things are mandatory. You will offently be invited to beach and boat cruising.
Luggage and bags: HARD LUGGAGE WITH GOOD LOCKS unless you are taking a light aircraft on an onward flight.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Summer clothing is a must as it is very hot here. COVER UP AT NIGHT TO KEEP MOSQUITOES OFF.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: MAKE SURE YOU TAKE MALARIA TABLETS. THERE ARE MOSQUITOES THE SIZE OF HELICOPTERS AND THEY LOVED BITING ME.
Photo Equipment: WARNING...!!!! DO NOT TAKE PICTURES AT THE AIRPORT OR OF ANY OFFICIALS, POLICE etc.
Miscellaneous: ONLY DRINK BOTTLED WATER. Dont be intimidated by street sellers, just say no thank you my friend.
Luggage and bags: Bring your things in a hard-sided suitcase, with a lock. Make sure it's got a tag on it.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Business suits are normal for most 'business' contact, but bring tropical weight clothes. A good lightweight raincoat is a must.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Make sure to start your anti-Malaria medicine before you get here.
Photo Equipment: Be sure to ask before you snap a photo. The police/military can be very agressive if you're taking a photo they think is unauthorized.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: The tides at local beaches can be deadly. Make sure you have consulted local 'experts' before getting in danger.
Miscellaneous: Visa and travel documents are a must. There is no such thing as an 'Airport Visa' here.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: summer clothes, very warm over there.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: tablets for malaria
yellow fever injection
something against belly problems
there are pharmacies enough with medication that you would also take at home .
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: sunprotection cream
Pack the Essentials
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Take light weight hand washables. Good, durable shoes are a must.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Take along razors, shaving cream, tooth paste, and even toilet paper. Most of the things that American tourist consider to be essentials can be rather expensive or hard to come by.
Photo Equipment: If your equiptment is battery operated, be sure to carry all the extras you think you will need.
Miscellaneous: Peanut Butter.Related to:
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