…AND THEN WE NAMED IT GEZAWA CANYON
Kano is such a historical city and there’s no better place to start your Northern Nigerian jaunts. It has everything you need; culture, history, northern architecture and more all rolled into this ancient town.
If you’ve been on any of our trips then you’re familiar with Ebere. She’s one of our favorite unravellers and she recently went to Kano and has ALL the details about how it went.
We hope you enjoy it and maybe you’ll put Kano on your travel list.
Give us a brief description of where you went and what the trip was about
I visited Kano. Visiting Northern Nigeria was on my to-do list for this year and what better place to start than the Historic Ancient City of Kano.
Was accommodation required for this trip? If yes where did you stay and what was it like?
What was the most surprising thing you saw or did?
What was your best moment of the entire trip?
What was the scariest moment (if any)?
Did you find any sights or activities a bit off the beaten track ie beyond the tourist traps?
How cool is this?
What are two interesting things about where you went that the average person doesn’t know?
Did you meet any locals? If yes, what were they like?
What was the funniest/strangest/most insightful thing a local said?
What was the hardest or most frustrating part of the trip?
Did anything go wrong that seems funny now?
Did you eat anything locally, if yes, what was your favorite?
If you ate locally, what was the strangest thing you ate.
What were the cost implications of this trip?
Now that you’ve been there yourself, when you think of your trip what’s the first image that comes to your head?
Would you revisit or ever move there?
We’re off to Kano State in Sep/Oct. Will you be interested? Get in touch.
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