Pilgrimage to Nigeria

August 7 – August 17, 2018

Featuring: Dr. Elnora Hamb Library, Breeding Bible College, & prominent private educational schools; Bishop Godwin Umoette, Presiding Prelate


  • Chicago to Port Harcourt – Airfare $2,100.00
  • For Nigerian Entry VISA (allow at least 6 weeks)
  • Hotel for 8 nights $1,200.00 Entry Visa Required $350.00
  • Vaccinations $200
  • Malaria pills $50
  • Donations/Gratuities $200
  • Meals $350
  • Gifts $200

(Total approximately $4,650 or $4,050 [shared double occupancy)

For Further Information Contact:
Dr. Victor Taylor
1-800-648-5232 (Office)
Fax: 240-359-6272

**** Please note all prices are per person and approximate****


Passport & VISA

It is absolutely imperative that your name on your passport precisely matches the name on your airline ticket.

Please listen and review all information carefully and thoroughly.

  • Bring newer $100 (one hundred) bills only (Year 2010 and later)
  • Do not fold the bills; Credit/debit cards not readily accepted anywhere
  • Bags are normally limited to two bags of 50 pounds checked and two carry ons (roller bags recommended for ease of conveyance)
  • Two Small flashlights or lantern (extra batteries)
  • A couple dozen handkerchiefs (these are nice gifts to people you like)
  • Thermos (for taking out during the day); get one that can be placed in the freezer overnight
  • Small item give aways like pencils, ink pens, a few small Bibles
  • Bring snacks like canned ready to eat meats, crackers, candy that stands up to the heat
  • Oatmeal, canned fruit, nuts
  • Musical instrument
  • Email addresses, phone numbers
  • Jam
  • Salt & pepper packets
  • Plastic ware
  • Alarm clock
  • Facial clothes
  • Lighted travel mirror
  • Food storage bags (small & tall)
  • Electricity converter w/ European/African plug adapter
  • Can opener
  • Facial tissue
  • Toilet paper
  • Calculator
  • Small plastic bags for garbage
  • Disinfecting hand cleanser and/or baby wipes
  • Insect repellant
  • Sun screen
  • Pack light breathable clothing/comfortable shoes
  • Locks on all your bags (TSA locks recommended)


Please be aware that logistical arrangements in Nigeria often require extensive knowledge, lead-time, and planning. Absence of these three vital ingredients can dramatically increase costs.

Therefore, it is crucial that you know what to expect before you travel.

As of 4/12/18