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If you need a few tips for your wander list this January, check our resolution-inspired ideas below. Don’t forget that we’re giving away flights to five dream destinations in our January competition (so that’s the “travel more” resolution sorted too!):

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The New Nigerian Culture: Contemporary Art in Lagos

by Nana December - last edited December by Moderator

Art in Lagos | Nigerian CultureFrom visual art and performance to digital photography, Lagos is a city that’s reshaping its artistic story. Check out some of the city’s creative venues to find out where to go and what to see in this highly dynamic African metropolis. 

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Decorating the Dead: Artistic Ghanaian Coffins

by RichardGoddard June 2013 - last edited a month ago

Decorating the Dead | Artistic Ghanaian CoffinsAttending a funeral in Ghana is a completely different experience to what many in the Western world are used to. As well as periods of mourning and scenes of sorrow, many involve days of upbeat celebration and extremely artistic Ghanaian coffins. Book a flight to Accra to find out more...

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Bojo Beach | AccraThe stifling heat of Accra can often give visitors a much-needed push to get out of the city and experience some of Ghana’s beautiful natural scenery. Here are a few of our favourite things to do in Ghana...

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Cape Town: Our Five Favourite Beaches

by Moderator February 2013 - last edited March 2013

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Who wishes they were in Cape Town right now? We certainly do. To console ourselves, we've put together a list of our five favourite beaches in and around the city...

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Tips from 35,000 Feet: Lagos

by Community Manager January 2013 - last edited 3 weeks ago

Tips from 35,000 Feet: LagosBeing the commercial hub of Nigeria, you’ll find there’s a wealth of great hotels in Lagos. Our favourite, however, is the Radisson Blu Anchorage on the banks of Five Cowries Creek and on one of Victoria Island’s busiest thoroughfares. 

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