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WTM Organising Body Applauds Nigeria’s New Tourism Initiatives

WTM Organising Body Applauds Nigeria's New Tourism Initiatives-Organisers of the World acclaimed Tourism and Travel exhibition, The World Travel Market, (WTM), has commended Nigeria...

World Travel market 2011: Many came, saw and conquered and many...

A number of countries featured in this year’s World Travel Market fair showcase with excellent performances that had earned them high recognitions and accolade, such that has made the fair to single them out for international honors, shining like stars.

London Hilton Hotel hosts 'Ariya Expo' week Celebration in November.

The annual Ariya Expo week celebration has been slated for early November this year according to reliable sources. The celebration which puts Africa in focus is a celebration of African tourism market promoting tourism and putting the continent in focus for travelling market.

Nigeria Carnival UK 2010 is cancelled, say the organisers.

?Only one day to the commencement of a two day much publicised and much talked about Nigerian Carnival UK, slated to take place on Saturday and Sunday has been postponed indefinitely. The shocking and last minute postponement already has caused ripples among interested individuals and companies who have already queue

Glimpses from Lagos carnival, courtesy of cometonigeria.com

The atmosphere was elecrtifying , the mood very warm and the environment, very conducive; Lagos, emerging from the former image of old city has scored another distinction hosting a world class carnival recenly.

TOURISM- Nigeria’s hidden treasures?

The story of Nigerian tourism is a story of undiscovered treasures. Millions across the globe are recently waking up to the reality that Nigeria tourism will soon come of age.

NTDC set to promote disabled friendly tourist facilities

Nigeria like other parts of the world lacks many appropriate accessibility provisions for the general population. This is a problem, which affects many people both in their daily lives and also as tourists.
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