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Abuja Jabamah plans mega fam trip to four Nigerian cities

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Ikechi Uko (left) receiving a tourism award

As the build up to the maiden edition of Abuja Jabamah, a M.I.C.E and Hotel Show in the Federal Capital Territory reaching a crescendo, organisers of the event have announced plans to feature a mega Fam Trip to 4 Nigerian cities in 7 days, tagged 7 days and 6 Nights of Learning Networking, speed dating and mad Fun, with the Carnival Calabar Queens present all through.

Speaking about the new development, Ikechi Uko, the organiser explained, “The Fam Trip is aimed at four cities in Nigeria namely Abuja, Kaduna, Calabar and Lagos as an effort to explore and to promote their tourism potentials for domestic tourism while using the avenue to expose local tour operators and hotels to their foreign counterparts to promote domestic and outbound tourism.”

The fam trip will feature three Nights in Abuja, as participants get to know Africa’s most Modern City – Abuja. On the 18, there will be a day trip by the first Standard Gauge Rail in West Africa to Kaduna. The Fam Trip will continue with a flight to Calabar, for participants to be a part of the World famous Carnival Calabar’s 2nd Dry Run on November 19 and 1 day in Lagos, stretching from the 15 to 21 November. The one-day tour of Lagos would offer the participants the opportunity to spend an exciting evening in Lagos, a city like no other.

The total cost is One hundred and fifty thousand naira for those joining from Abuja and it covers flight, accommodation and tour in Calabar and Lagos, while two hundred and fifty thousand naira is for those joining from other cities in Nigeria. This covers flights, accommodation and tours in Abuja and Calabar. It is one thousand Dollars for those joining from Accra, and it covers Flights, accommodation and Tours in Abuja, Kaduna, Lagos and Calabar, while it is eight hundred Dollars for those coming from outside Nigeria. It covers domestic flights in Nigeria, accommodation and tours in Abuja, Kaduna, Lagos and Calabar.

However, the package has a second option for those interested in doing the Kaduna Tour with no extension to Calabar to pay one hundred and fifty thousand naira only from Lagos; participants resident in Abuja are to pay thirty thousand naira only for the tour to Kaduna and the event while delegates from Ghana would pay seven hundred Dollars.

Abuja Jabamah 2017 would also be used to celebrate the awards of Abuja Top 50 Tourism Pioneers and Abuja Top Abuja 50 New Hotels. The organisers also called on travel and tourism experts, stakeholders and the general public to send in their nominations for the two award categories. The awards would hold at the Travelers Night on the evening of November 17, 2017.

Abuja Top 50 Tourism Pioneers award was set up to recognize individuals who have distinguished themselves as pioneers in the travel and tourism industry in Abuja the Federal Capital Territory and through their efforts or that of their organizations have impacted positively on the travel and tourism sector across in Nigeria, whose efforts have stimulated and helped to achieve their individual country’s tourism goals and forging interactions among stakeholders and customers across the country.


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