Travel & Tourism
Lagos State governor, Babajide Sanwo- Olu, has disclosed that the state has concluded plans to host the most colourful National Festival of Arts and Culture, NAFEST 2022.
As countries build back better and aim to build more sustainable and resilient tourism, the United Nations (UN) global assessment has clarified the important role that tourism must play in achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in order to contribute to more evidence-based policymaking in the sector.
To create a new tourism attractions for Nigeria and Africa, Lagos-based tourism development company HLTT Consult, also known as Travel Begins at Home...
As Lagos continues to showcase its landmarks as a tourist attraction with international standard edifices, the city is set to welcome The Art Hotel...
Pope Francis has called on all youths globally to be messengers of hope. The Pope sent this message of support to young participants at the ongoing UNWTO’s first Global Youth Tourism Summit in Sorrento, Italy.
With the uncertainty surrounding the value of oil and gas as the mainstay of any economy, given shrinking revenues from the sector for several years now, investments in the tourism
Parents and guardians have been charged to take advantage of the bilateral agreement between Nigeria and other developed countries such as Turkey, the United Kingdom (UK), the United States
Nigeria and Germany, yesterday in Berlin, signed a historic joint declaration that will pave the way for the return of 1,130 Benin Bronzes to Nigeria, 125 years after they were looted
Nigeria joined the rest of the world recently to celebrate this year’s Word Sustainable Gastronomy Day. Hosted every June 18, the event recognises the practices and principals associated with sustainable food consumption combined with the art of collecting, preparing, and consuming the food we eat.
Morocco and UNESCO have partnered to preserve its prehistoric heritage that makes the country a renowned cradle of humankind.
In a bid to advance tourism recovery around shared goals and vision for the sector, the Executive Council of the United Nation World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) recently met in Saudi Arabia.
The tourism sector has continued to recover at a strong pace globally as destinations now welcome approximately three times as many international arrivals in the first quarter of 2022, with Europe and America leading the sector’s rebound.