Travel

TRAVELS: Do Not Go To Delhi, By Adaobi Nkeokelonye

“Dear Africans, I will not say ‘do not go to Delhi’, go if you must, but beware!”

Kebbi to revive Argungu International Fishing Festival

The festival was last held seven years ago.

Onitsha, Kaduna, Aba among world’s top 10 most polluted cities – WHO

Nigeria produces three of the 10 most polluted cities.

Arik Air

Arik delays Abuja-Accra flight for 24 hours, mistreats stranded passengers

Passengers wonder why airline authorities in the country are yet to sanction the airline for shabby treatment of customers.

Travelogue: Gurara Waterfall: A premium Nigerian picnic hotspot

The waterfall has a vast land, about two kilometres deep from each point of the compass, open to tourist exploration.

With Tarkwa Bay, Nigerians do not need holiday abroad – Ben Murray-Bruce

A photo the senator took at Tarkwa Bay, showed the senator on the back of a jet ski, enjoying a ride in the water.

TRAVEL: Everything is wrong in Zamfara village, Mutunji

No single child has finished primary school in Mutunji since 2005

Tallest Jesus statue in Africa unveiled in Imo

The unveiling of the statue was used to mark the wedding golden jubilee ceremony of the parents of the donor

Calabar Carnival largest street party in Africa — Governor Ayade

Official: “Tourism is indeed our own oil. We will use tourism to market the state to the world.”

Calabar Festival: Bauchi State emerges best cultural troupe, wins N5m star price

Mr. Ayade says special provisions has been made for other participating states to receive N3 million each for taking part in the event.

South Sudan: Testimonies of war, survival, separation, and reunification

Putting a face to the statistics of South Sudan war.

TRAVELOGUE: The Boko Haram December deadline and a trip to Maiduguri, By Yushau A. Shuaib

“If the military failed to meet the December deadline, we shouldn’t blame the previous administration of Jonathan or the current government of Buhari.”

Five Nigerian sites under consideration as World Islamic Heritage sites

Officials urge Nigerians to always guard against looting and destruction of heritage sites

Pregnant woman used to illustrate the story

Carrying a baby? Top 5 travel tips for pregnant women

Accept all the extra help you get.

Top 5 traditional dances from eastern Nigeria

The eastern region has a list of traditional dances performed as a form of emotional expression, social interaction, or exercise

Demand for luxury hotel rooms in Nigeria increasing – Report

The Nigerian tourism sector directly contributed N1.56 billion and 1.7 percent to the GDP in 2014, according to the National Bureau of Statistics.

5 Things to Do For Free In Suleja

Gurara falls in Suleja has amazing scenes of rock formations together with beautiful flora of evergreen trees and bushes, rivers, ponds and waterfalls all around you.

K​ano’s Best Value Hotels

Frequent travelers understand that accommodation is one of the biggest fixed costs and reducing this can lead to big savings.

4 romantic spots to get a ‘YES” in Ilorin

People are getting more creative in popping the question.

Explore Abuja on a low budget

Abuja does not have to drain your bank account, and it can offer excellent value compared to most major cities in the country.

10 Northern cities every Nigerian should visit

There is something very unique and exotic about these cities that should make most Nigerians want to visit at least once in their lifetime.

Eight annoying questions Nigerian airport officials ask international travellers

How does my being on leave, or not, bother an airport official?

UNESCO names 24 new world heritage sites

Out of the 36 sites that were examined this year, 24 sites were granted world heritage status

World’s oldest man dies at 112 in Japan — Guinness World Records

The world’s oldest living person recognised by Guinness World Records was Susannah Mushatt Jones, a resident of the New York, who turned 116 on Monday.

TRAVEL: How Odi is rebuilding itself and moving on, By Julius Bokoru

“Buildings are sprouting everywhere, old ones are getting completed, empty provision stores are restocked, more Okada’s are on the streets.”