INHALE

…the rich flavour of the culture of AWORI PEOPLE. 

FEEL

…the passion of the AWORI PEOPLE.

EXPERIENCE

…our past and live in the present with us.

FESTIVAL

…the length and breath of the AWORI land.

WARRIOR SPIRIT

…AWORI Blood flows through our veins with power.

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WELCOME TO AWORI LAND
… The MOST MESMERIZING CITY IN SOUTH WESTERN NIGERIA
 

As the united voice of the Awori Tourism industry,  prioritizes high-impact issues that matter most to our collective Awori Tourism Products membership. We not only identify the industry’s biggest opportunities and challenges in our land but also develop the messages and actions to create positive growth. We advocate for policies that will advance and elevate our industry on the national/global level, engaging our members with the tools, research and resources needed to influence change at state and local levels.

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Our HISTORY

The settlement of the Awori clan is known to have preceded the establishment of Abeokuta as an Egba kingdom in 1832, as Isheri, the foremost Awori town within present day Ogun State was settled in the 15th century.Traditions are consistent about the presence of a distinct Yoruba sub-group around Lagos by about 1550 when the invaded the region of Lagos. An anthropologist, W.G. Wormalin in his Intelligence Report on the Badagry district of the colony (1935) gives a graphic description of the early Awori he encountered when he writes that:” They speak a slurred dialect of the Yoruba language. They mostly engage in farming and fishing.”

our culture

The Awori are peaceful, coastal agro-fishery and distinct Yoruboid- speaking people that forms a sub-ethnic group of the larger Yoruba people of West Africa, particularly in Nigeria and Benin. The Awori are found in
large concentrated in Ogun State and Lagos State, Nigeria.

 

our festivals

Oro and Oree, Egungun, Elegba, igumuko,Opa, Osugbo and Gelede festivals among the traditional Awori communities are celebrated as people celebrate modern Sallah and Christmas with indigenes trooping back home from far and near when dates are fixed.

 

POPULAR PACKAGED TOUR

Please see below our most popular packaged tour. Please click on the “read more” button below to find out more details about each of our packaged tour. 

WALK OF FAITH

WALK OF FAITH

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AKE ARTS & BOOK FESTIVAL

AKE ARTS & BOOK FESTIVAL

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EGUNGUN FESTIVAL

EGUNGUN FESTIVAL

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ODUN AJE

ODUN AJE

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IFA FESTIVAL

IFA FESTIVAL

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