culture

Here is How to Deal With Culture Shock While Travelling

Here is How to Deal With Culture Shock While Travelling

Culture shock is not uncommon, especially when visiting a new destination. It can be overwhelming, scary and lonely.  If you’re considering travelling abroad but are concerned about culture shock, know that there are ways you can overcome it. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency shares few strategies that can help you.…
Ibibio Cuisines to Try

Ibibio Cuisines to Try

Located in the south eastern part of Nigeria, and one of Nigeria’s popular ethnic groups. The Ibibios are predominately found in present day Akwa Ibom State with her sister group – Efik – found in Calabar, Cross River State. Known for their excellent culinary skills, they have some of Nigeria’s…
4 Fascinating South African Festivals

4 Fascinating South African Festivals

South Africa is a country on the southernmost tip of the African continent that boasts of many exciting and entertaining festivals. There are many culturally rich festivals to admire and explore in the vibrant country of South Africa. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, shares 4 fascinating South African…
5 Reasons Nigerians Love Titles

5 Reasons Nigerians Love Titles

One thing a Nigerian does not joke with are titles. When you are at a function or addressing him/her, you must announce or get all the titles correctly. If you don’t, they either will call your attention to it or get angry. After all, it is just a title. Ha…not for a…
Hilarious Reasons Nigerians Eat Meat Last

Hilarious Reasons Nigerians Eat Meat Last

You must have observed at the restaurant that many Nigerians eat their meat last. It raises the question, why do they eat the meat at the end of their meal? The type of meat you will most likely to get in a restaurant include round about, ponmo, shaki, chicken, and cow/goat meat. Interestingly,…