Travel & Tourism
Wakanow extends operations to UK
As part of her efforts for global expansion and in a bid to consolidate its foray into Europe, Wakanow, one of Africa’s leading online travel company, has announced plans to formally launch commercial operations in the UK.
With new club rooms, Sheraton moves to regain lost ground
In what seems like a strategic move to regain it’s share of the hospitality market, as well as win over new customers, the Sheraton Lagos Hotel has unveiled 107 newly renovated club rooms and suites....
South African tourism seeks partnership with Nigeria
For the fifth successive year, the growth of the Travel & Tourism sector in 2015 (2.8%) outpaced that of the global economy (2.3%) and a number of other major sectors such as manufacturing and retail. In total,
‘We want to transform the perception of travelling’
My company CountlessMiles aims to transform the perception of travel by curating unique, personalized, cultural and immersive destination experiences for Africans traveling globally by connecting them....
Ooni of Ife to turn ancient town to tourism haven
The Ooni of Ile- Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, has pledged to turn the ancient city into a tourism haven to boost its economy and occupy its pride of place. Ogunwusi, represented by Mr Moses Olafare, the Director of Media and Public Affairs to the Ooni....
Istanbul… Where Europe meets Asia
With the number of Nigerians that played and currently play for Turkish football clubs, coupled with quest by our ladies for fabrics from that nation, Turkey is easily a household name to most Nigerians.
Lagos agog as Glo sponsored ‘One Lagos Fiesta’ winds up tonight
The initiative introduced by the government of governor Akinwumi Ambode last year to round off the year and usher in a new one in a mood of excitement is being supported for a second year running by telecommunications company, Globacom.
The Game Of Kings goes to Ibadan
First organised as a club in the world by the British tea planters at Silchar, today the oldest existing club is Calcutta Polo Club, which has heavily influenced the British Army officers, who brought the sport back to England in the 1870s.
Expert urges FG to improve on tourism investment plans in 2017
Mr Isaac Moses, the Group Managing Director, Goge Africa and Goge Foundation, on Friday, urged the Federal Government to improve on its tourism investment plans in 2017.