Travel & Tourism
Starwood Hotels introduces Culinary academy to up service
Towards boosting service delivery, Starwood Hotels in Nigeria, has launched its first series of intensive culinary training for its seasoned chefs.
Ikogosi warm spring… Experience nature with fun
At Ikogosi Warm Spring Resort, nature declares the glory of God as both warm and cold-water flow side by side from a particular spring. Located in a quiet town with rich culture...
Green Me Global Festival for sustainability rewards filmmakers
The Green Me Global Festival for Sustainability held last week at the Silverbird Galleria Victoria Island, Lagos. The four major sections of the festival...
Lagos lawmakers, la campagne partner to lift tourism
The Lagos State House Committee on Culture and Tourism is to partner with the Founder and President of La Campagne Tropicana Beach, Otunba Wanle Akinboboye, towards the realization.....
Poor Visa administration inhibits tourism growth
While the World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) is striving hard to improve on the success recorded on Visa openness last year; Nigerian visa issuance system has continued to be a major challenge ...
FG set to diversify economy through tourism
Nigerian government is working hard to incorporate Culture and Tourism sectors into the mainstream of the nation’s economy, the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has disclosed.
All set for Ogun drum festival
In her preparation for Nigeria’s maiden Drum festival, which comes up between 19th to 22nd of this month, Ogun State Government has showcased her first raffle draw ticket event.
Nigeria’s first indigenous samba school visits Afro-Brazilian returnee’s home in Lagos
Lagos Carnival may have been cancelled this year, but the Nigerian descendants of Brazilians in Lagos Island were still dancing in the street to the traditional samba beats of their ancestors. Last May the Guardian UK reported that Lagos Carnival had lost touch with its Brazilian roots. Truly, the Carnival as it stands today…