Travel & Tourism
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...
Transcorp Hilton shines at world travel awards
Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja, has been honoured with five different awards at the 23rd World Travel Awards for the second consecutive years. The hotel, which is owned by Transcorp Hotels Plc...
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.....
Idanre Hills… confluence point for leisure and adventure
From miles away, revelers readily appreciate the beauty and thoroughness of the hills of Idanre Hills.
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.
Obudu mountain resort… A destination for tourists, lovers
For conference goers and revelers, Obudu Mountain Resort remains one of the best destinations in Nigeria at any time of the year. The resort with its temperate climate and exciting locations.....
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…
Ile’ya Omo Oodua: Festival to unite the Yorubas
In an effort to unite the entire Yoruba race across the globe; an annual festival, entitled ‘Ile’ya Omo Oodua’ has been scheduled to hold in August.