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The Pearl!


You've heard about it, you've read about it, now fall in love with it!

Kuwaiti Society

Nestled on the Arabian Peninsula, Kuwait shines as a jewel of cultural diversity and historical significance. Once renowned as a thriving center for pearl diving, Kuwait's history is steeped in maritime traditions and seafaring exploits, symbolizing resilience and prosperity. Today, Kuwait stands as a beacon of talent and creativity, with its people excelling in various fields, from art and literature to business and innovation. The country's diverse history is a testament to its strategic location at the crossroads of ancient trade routes, where influences from Mesopotamia, Persia, and Arabia have converged to shape its unique identity. Kuwait's colorful culture is reflected in its vibrant festivals, traditional music and dance, and exquisite cuisine, which blends Arabic flavors with international influences. Whether exploring the bustling markets of Kuwait City, admiring the architectural wonders of its modern skyline, or delving into the rich heritage of its Bedouin past, visitors to Kuwait are welcomed with open arms and invited to experience the richness and warmth of its culture.

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Nigerian Society

Nigeria, often referred to as the "Giant of Africa," is a vibrant mosaic of diversity, brimming with a rich tapestry of cultures, traditions, and peoples. From bustling urban centers to serene rural villages, the warmth and hospitality of the Nigerian people are legendary, embodying a spirit of inclusivity and unity amidst diversity. This vast nation is home to over 250 ethnic groups, each with its own unique language, customs, and heritage, creating a kaleidoscope of cultural expressions that captivate visitors from around the globe. The talents of Nigerians span a wide spectrum, from renowned artists and musicians to innovative entrepreneurs and skilled artisans, showcasing the country's dynamic creativity and entrepreneurial spirit. Nigeria's history is a testament to resilience and adaptation, shaped by centuries of trade, migration, and interaction with diverse civilizations. From ancient kingdoms and empires to colonial legacies and independence struggles, Nigeria's past is intricately woven into the fabric of its present-day identity. Today, Nigeria's vibrant culture is celebrated through colorful festivals, lively music and dance performances, and mouthwatering cuisine that reflects the country's culinary diversity. Whether exploring the historic streets of Lagos, marveling at the natural beauty of the Niger Delta, or immersing oneself in the cultural richness of the Hausa, Yoruba, or Igbo peoples, visitors to Nigeria are greeted with open arms and an invitation to experience the boundless hospitality and cultural treasures of this extraordinary nation.


In July, Nigeria experiences warm and humid weather, with temperatures ranging from 25°C to 32°C (77°F to 90°F). Visitors should pack lightweight and breathable clothing, such as cotton shirts and shorts, along with sun protection like hats and sunscreen. A light rain jacket may also come in handy for occasional showers.

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Security and Health

Both Kuwait City and Abuja, are safe. As with every city, there might be sections that are less comfortable than others, that said, we are confident that you will feel welcome in both countries. Do reach out if you have any questions.

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