Travel & Tourism
Before packing my bags for a two-week trip through Morocco, the constant picture in my mind was getting my fill of authentic and amazing Moroccan food non-stop while lazing on a lounge with a glass of cocktail in hand.
Eight surprising facts about Dubai
According to Guinness World Records, the city’s metro is the longest driverless metroline in the world. And it’s getting longer everyday with new stops being added all the way out to the site of the upcoming Expo 2020 in Dubai.
Sailors excite guests at Southern Sun Offshore Challenge 2017
A total of 23 sizeable were in contest at the sixth edition of the Southern Sun Ikoyi Offshore Challenge, which left tourists mesmerized by the challenging weather conditions offered by Lagos, one of Africa’s budding sailing environments.
ANJET holds inaugural tourism summit in Lagos
A statement by the body said the summit slated for November 2, at the Southern Sun, is part of activities marking the World Tourism Day (WTD), which was celebrated globally on September 27.
Exploring rich tourism potentials of Ondo
Currently, the Smoking Hills Resort boasts of suitable accommodation at the Travellers Lodge with a total of 14 two-bedroom chalets, well furnished with kitchenette and internet facilities.
Domestic tourism: Emir of Koton Karfe takes new initiative
It is on record that La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort has in its over 30 years existence completely transformed Ikegun Village and its environs to thriving communities with a booming economy.
Again, Dubai ranks 4th most popular city in the world
Abu Dhabi, with a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 18.9 per cent between 2009 and 2016 in its growth of visitors, also retained its position as the fastest growing city in the Middle East and Africa, and is the fourth fastest growing city globally.
Nigeria at 57: British Airways offers customers free flights
International carrier, British Airways, has confirmed they will be offering free flights to few of their loyal premium customers, who choose to fly with the Airline on October 1, Nigeria’s Independence Day.
World Tourism Day: Minister makes case for sustainability in tourism development
In comemoration of this year’s World Tourism Day, the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has disclosed that sustainability is absolutely necessary if tourism is to achieve its full potentials, which include being a catalyst for economic growth and poverty eradication.