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Terrorism Is The Bane Of Africa’s Tourism Growth -

Friday, May 26, 2017
Lagos, Nigeria, 26 May 2017: The 2017 Jumia Travel hospitality report on the African continent has identified terrorism as the biggest bane of the continent rsquo;s travel and tourism sector, and countries such as Nigeria, Kenya, Tunisia, Mali, Burkina Faso, C ocirc;te d rsquo;Ivoire and Egypt ar ...

Nigeria’s Biggest Airport - All You Need To Know About Mmia

Saturday, May 20, 2017
MurtalaMuhammed International Airport, MMIA is Nigeria rsquo;s biggest and busiest airport ndash; connecting flights from states across Nigeria and cities all over the world. It was established during WWII in 1945 and has kept growing ever since. Known first as Lagos Airport, it was renamed Murt ...

Barriers To Facilitating Travel In Africa

Friday, May 19, 2017
Africa rsquo;s travel and tourism sector continues to make major strides, accounting for 7.8% of African GDP (US $ 165 billion) in 2016. However, there remains challenges that hinder simplification of travel especially for Africans travelling within Africa. Speaking during the just conclud ...

Jumia Travel Set To Launch Hospitality Report Africa

Thursday, May 18, 2017
Lagos, Nigeria, 18 May 2017: nbsp;Barely 5 months after the launch of the much-anticipated Nigerian hospitality report, nbsp;Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency ...

5 Essential Tips For A Newbie Long Distance Traveller

Saturday, May 13, 2017
It can be very daunting if you are traveling to a long distant destination where you have never been to or you do not know anyone. For example, traveling from Lagos to Kano for the first time is not something that people look forward to. You do not have to worry. Just relax and read these ...

  Ghana Must Go ; Top 5 Places Ghanaians Love To VisitIin Nigeria

Thursday, May 11, 2017
lsquo; rsquo;Ghana must go rsquo; rsquo; is a very popular phrase in both Ghana and Nigeria. In Ghana, many people refer to the colorful checked jute bags as lsquo; rsquo;Ghana Must Go rsquo; rsquo;. This may be attributed to the use of these type of bags in 1983 by the large number of illegal ...

Understanding The Economics Of Tourism In Nigeria

Friday, May 5, 2017
In most gatherings of experts in the travel amp; hospitality industry, tourism as a tool in diversifying the Nigerian economy has received the most attention and provoked lots of intellectual comments. This is not surprising at all considering the huge potential that this particular sector posse ...

The Wild Inside The Walls

Friday, May 5, 2017
The blend of luxury and nature is quite intriguing especially when you can interact with the wild at the comfort of your chambers. I do not refer to kakemonos and other types of tapestries, but rather the elation of encountering wild animals in as a close meet as just inside the walls of your sui ...

I Believe I Can Fly; The 5 W's Of Air Travel

Thursday, May 4, 2017
Ghana Airways. This is probably the most popular airline to many Ghanaians both young and old. So much that many didn rsquo;t know our airport holds more than one airline. With many international and domestic airlines operating in Ghana, air travel has developed and is embraced by many mor ...

The Raging Online Battle Between OTAs And Hotels

Thursday, May 4, 2017
As hotels consistently push for direct bookings, so are Online Travel Agents (OTAs) pushing to continue leading in the online hotel market. While this battle has been ongoing for some time now, the fact that the two are dependent for survival in the race for dominance is thought-provoking. ...

Kumasi City Mall To Breathe New Life Into Tourism In The Ashanti Region

Friday, April 28, 2017
The euphoria and excitement, tens and thousands of jubilant indigens and a battalion of both foreign and local media personnel. This is what characterized the entire city of Kumasi last week when the ultra-modern Kumasi City Mall was opened. The many jokes and memes that came out after th ...

Trends Shaping Hospitality In The Second Quarter Of 2017

Friday, April 28, 2017
The first quarter of 2017 saw most of the predicted hospitality trends being implemented, and the second quarter is expected to experience further revolution of the existing as well as emerging ones. Phocuswright states that hotels represent nearly 40% of the global travel market. This re ...

5 Types Of Ghanaians You Must Meet When In Ghana

Friday, April 28, 2017
Once upon a time, many tagged us an ignorable small West African nation with many facets of developmental inspiration to hang on to and individual lights shining on it. Fast forward a few decades and press play Ghana has evolved into a rich, attractive and resourceful country with huge significa ...
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