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MMANWU MASQUERADES

Posted by Frank Ozua on Saturday, September 3, 2016, In : Tourism, Travels & Tours 




The Igbos in South-Eastern Nigeria is widely known as people who cherish their culture and traditions. This appreciation dates as far back as pre-colonial Nigeria when various cultural injunctions are strictly adhered to while defaulters are severely dealt with. 

THE FESTIVAL

Do you want to see the best of Masquerade display? A visit to any of these Nigerian South-East States Abia, Imo, Enugu and Anambra will avail you a lifetime experience. Each of the States mentioned above has Masquerades th...

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CHILDREN FLYING ALONE:

Posted by Bukky Enuha on Sunday, June 8, 2014, In : Tourism, Travels & Tours 
The Unaccompanied Minor

There comes a time in every child’s life when he must let go of the apron strings and head out into the world alone. Not to worry, everything you need to know about getting your child safely through the skies is provided here.

Before You Fly

Children between the ages of 5-11 (ages may vary slightly by airline) traveling without a parent or guardian present are considered unaccompanied minors. Most airlines will allow a child to travel alone, provided you follow the poli...

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THE IBENO WHITE SAND BEACH

Posted by Ozue Frank on Sunday, June 8, 2014, In : Tourism, Travels & Tours 


Shower your spouse with a surprise visit to the extraordinary haven of fun at the Ibeno White Sand Beach located in Ibeno Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State, the South-Eastern part of Nigeria.

The beach is reputed to be the longest sand beach in West Africa, covering about 1.9 kilometer stretch of a beach line. It is daily besieged by a high numbers of individuals who visit just to catch a glimpse of the point where the water vehemently wrap itself like an interior rug and lifts itself a...

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OKONNI WILDLIFE SANCTUARY

Posted by Frank Ozue on Saturday, May 10, 2014, In : Tourism, Travels & Tours 


Are you planning to take out your family to an out of the country trip for this coming holiday? If you do, then consider a place where nature vividly reveals its many attractions; a place where beauty and relaxation are mixed into one great emotion and the feeling of being jolly and stress-free.  Welcome to Okonni wildlife sanctuary;  a place for splendid holiday rest that will leave a history in your memory.

The Okonni wildlife sanctuary is a relaxing arena where human can peacefully cohabit...

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CHECKED BAGGAGE RULES

Posted by Bukky Enuha on Saturday, May 10, 2014, In : Tourism, Travels & Tours 
Airline Checked Baggage Regulations

Baggage check or airport check-in is a service offered by commercial airlines; allowing flyers to have their luggage carried in the cargo area of an airplane. Before passengers board their plane, they turn over their luggage to the airline; they are then united with their items at the destination.

Airlines always enforce limits on carry-on bags. Luggage that exceeds these limits is not allowed into the aircraft's main cabin and need to be checked in. This al...

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THE ASABA MUNGO PARK ART MUSEUM AND TOURISM CENTER

Posted by Ozue Frank on Thursday, March 6, 2014, In : Tourism, Travels & Tours 



Tourism as an industry has been traveling with the wild pace of technological advancement and aboard are people from different places and culture interacting with increasing ease''' since the globe has been shrunk into a village. Interestingly, the Nigerian tourism industry now offer a wide variety of tourist attraction such as extended and roomy river and ocean beaches ideal for swimming and other water sports, unique wildlife, vast tracts of unspoiled nature ranging from the tropical forest...

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TRAVELWISE

Posted by Bukky Enuha on Thursday, March 6, 2014, In : Tourism, Travels & Tours 



Visa & Immunization Issues

So you’ve finally decided to visit long lost relatives in London, going shopping in Dubai, or visiting the city of New York after graduation. Chances are, you’re going to need a visa. Heading to Africa for the Peace Corps, or kayaking in Brazil’s rainforest? You’ll probably need a few shots too.

Every time you head outside your country, you’re going to need a passport and probably a visa. But what countries require visas and what are their requirements? Whi...

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CARNIVAL CALABAR: AFRICA’S BIGGEST STREET PARTY.

Posted by Credit: Omolola Itayemi Thisday Life. on Monday, February 3, 2014, In : Tourism, Travels & Tours 


On 27 December, the 12-kilometre route starting from the muster point of the Millennium Park in Calabar through Mary Slessor – Marian Road – Efio Ette Junction – MCC Road to the U. J. Esuene Stadium was a beehive of activities. The event was the adult carnival of 2013 Calabar Carnival. And for almost 18 hours, there was no stopping the thousands of fun seekers on these corridors. Hundreds of thousands of people engaged in one activity or the other – dancing and singing – with other ...

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One of the best known historical buildings in Kano

Posted by on Tuesday, January 28, 2014, In : Tourism, Travels & Tours 


According to Daily Trust Newspaper of 23rd December 2012, it stated that a visit to Kano's famous museum reveals its delightful history, memorable galleries, and numerous challenges. One of the best known historical buildings in Kano, that had once served as a temporary palace of the emir before it now houses the city's collections of arts, crafts and other historical materials, is Gidan Makama (the house of Makama). The building, turned into a museum, appropriately called Gidan Makama Museum...

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IKOGOSI WATER SPRING RESORT

Posted by on Tuesday, January 28, 2014, In : Tourism, Travels & Tours 


WHAT WONDERS REMAIN IN NATURE AS Hot water 70oc gushes out of a rock in the Western part of Ekiti State, Nigeria.


This warm spring meets with a cold spring by its side turning the water temperature into 37oc. It is noted in www.ekititourism.com “according to experts, it is a geological wonder to have such occurrence out of the same rock formation and this is Ekiti flagship tourist destination is said to be the only one of its kind discovered anywhere in the world”

 “The spring sprouts out...

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THE ARGUNGU FISHING FESTIVAL

Posted by Olaniyi Abodedele on Thursday, January 23, 2014, In : Tourism, Travels & Tours 


The Argungu Fishing Festival is an annual four-day fishing, music and dancing festival celebrated in Argungu, the capital city of Argungu Emirate Council in the north-western Nigerian state of Kebbi. The festival usually takes place in mid February every year.

The geo-physical nature and characteristics of the festival site in Argungu are river areas (Matanfada, Mala, Gamji), irrigation, and ocherds (Lambu in Hausa). The majority of fishermen are followers of Islam and predominantly farmers. K...

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