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Tarkwa Bay is one of the popular destinations Lagos can boast of. However, it is not usually at the top of the list of itinerary of tourists and ...
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TOURISM & HOSPITALITY TRAVEL

Kano is the heartbeat of Northern Nigeria. It is a city that is replete with relics of the old civilization and it is also home to some leading ...
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Abeokuta, the state capital of Ogun State in southwest Nigeria, is one of Nigeria’s most industrious cities. It’s a large city which lies below the Olumo Rock and ...
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port harcourt
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The city of Port Harcourt is the third most developed metropolis in Nigeria after Lagos and Abuja. It’s been dubbed Nigeria’s oil capital and can arguably be called ...
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NEWSLETTER TRAVEL

Jumia Travel, on Wednesday, February 22, announced the unveiling of its Flights Services for travelers as part of the broader programme to create a one stop travel shop ...
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AVIATION TRAVEL

Jumia Travel has today announced the unveiling of its flights services for travelers, a major move to boost its service offerings. This service is part of the broader ...
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Nigeria is like an umbrella sheltering different cultures, religions, traditions, and values. This is why there is a cultural difference between Southern and Northern Nigeria. What is acceptable ...
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tourism
TOURISM & HOSPITALITY TRAVEL

The Nigerian hospitality report 2017 which has officially been launched by Jumia Travel, has shown that the country generated 97% of  its tourism revenue from domestic travel in ...
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travel light
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  We’ve all been there at one point or the other when we want to travel whether by air, land, railway or sea, we’ve all thought about how ...
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business trip
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At first, business trip seems exciting; however, after hundreds of last-minute trips and thousands of stress-induced panic attacks, you start to realize why people complain about traveling for ...
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business travel
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Business travel is inevitable for most people in the Nigerian workforce. Aside from the fact that it contributes a lot to the economy and GDP of the country, ...
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FEATURES TRAVEL

The year, 2016 was chaotic, adventurous, disruptive or productive – although that depends on who you ask. If you ask the players in the travel industry however, you’re ...
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Kaduna, the capital of Kaduna State, is arguably the second Northern Nigerian city of Kano. Over the decades, it has lost some of its charms to Abuja. However, ...
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Port Harcourt in the south-south Nigeria can simply be described as Nigeria’s second economic haven. The state is popular for having huge oil deposits which is the mainstay of Nigeria’s ...
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christmas
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Packing is one of the most tedious aspects of travelling. For this Christmas, you have to make sure you pack everything you need and it has to fit ...
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civil servants
TRAVEL Uncategorized

There is an actual need for civil servants in Nigeria, who make the majority of the country’s labour force, to travel more often on vacations. Whether it is ...
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The federal government has unveiled plans to extend the validity period for international passport from five years to 10 years. The comptroller-general of Nigeria Immigration Service, Muhammad Babandede, disclosed ...
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budget
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Ahead of departing for your festive season break this year, don’t forget that planning your budget is just as important as planning what you will be packing. Mastercard ...
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warri
TOURISM & HOSPITALITY TRAVEL

The overall impression of Warri, a popular city in the southern part of Nigeria, is that it is the most aggressive city in Nigeria, that it is dangerous ...
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capture
TOURISM & HOSPITALITY TRAVEL

A trip to Olumo rock in Abeokuta, Ogun state, may probably be bland and uninteresting if you are unable to capture the exciting moments. In fact, one of the ...
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