Tourism: An Ijebuman’s experience of Calabar Carnival

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An Ijebuman’s experience of Calabar Carnival A month after the carnival, the exciting experience of Calabar Carnival remains fresh. It was worth the journey and the stress as Ijebuman sat back to replay the event from take-off. The flight from Lagos to Calabar was delayed for hours. The weather report showed that the flight could not land in Calabar. Expectedly, […]

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Africa: Tourism Stalwart Dr Salifou Siddo Joins Fair Trade Tourism Board

Tourism Stalwart Dr Salifou Siddo Joins Fair Trade Tourism Board Fair Trade Tourism (FTT) has announced the appointment of Dr Salifou Siddo to its Board of Directors. Until recently the Chief Executive of the Tourism Enterprise Partnership (TEP), Dr Siddo brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience in tourism development, particularly within the SMME sector. Currently serving as […]

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Tourism: African and domestic markets are best for Tourism Destinations

The traditional remedy for promoting and boosting the tourism industry is to market, market, and market. Tourism Cabinet Secretary NajibBalala has worked hard on this recently and he is to be commended for this. Marketing Kenya and what it has to offer is largely focused on our traditional overseas markets in Europe and the United States with more and more […]

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Russians are interested in West Africa tourism but fears remain

West Africa tourism destinations remain largely untapped for the huge number of potential Russian tourists whose incomes have steadily grown over the past few years and have shown high interest in touring different parts of the world. In terms of tourism, the region still remains relatively unknown, primarily due to inadequate information and lack of publicity. Some say the media […]

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