Places And Attractions in Uyo - Akwa Ibom state
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Top 10 Places And Attractions in Uyo

Whether an adventure seeker , movie lovers, golfer, foodie, shopaholic or collector of random facts, you will find there are so many things to do while visiting. Here is a list of the top 10 places to go and fun things to do in Uyo. Read more…

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Nigeria Tourism: Exploring Sustainable Tourism for Developmental Growth

Stakeholders in the tourism sector must be guided by the following recommendations: Development of Infrastructure: infrastructures i.e. roads, water, electricity, communication facilities, and health and safety services should be developed and provided in manners that will minimise the ecological footprints of tourism, and to a standard that encourages internal and international tourism. Read more…

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NANTA Wants Sustainable Training, Retraining for Travel Agents

Speaking during a visit to the Director-General of National Institute for Hospitality and Tourism (NIHOTOUR) Mrs. Chika Balogun in Abuja, the Nanta boss told his host that time has come for regular training and retraining for travel agents so as to change their work ethics and spread prosperity across board. Read more…

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Why Do I Get Motion Sickness? How to Beat Motion Sickness

On a flying plane, for example, you feel like you’re moving, but your eyes tell your brain that you don’t appear to be going anywhere. The opposite is true as well. After a long sea voyage, you can stand still on dry land but still feel like you’re moving. The result is the same: motion sickness. Read more…

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Delta State Top 7 Travel Destinations

Other tourist attractions within Delta State are Jamieson River in Sapoba, Leisure Paradise Amusement Park, Effurun, Olona Ranch and Holiday Resort, Onicha-Olona, Mungo Park house in Asaba, Expatriate Graveyard in Asaba, Bomadi Beach Party Resort in Bomadi LGA, Escarvos Beach in Escarvos, Gordon River Resort, Abraka, Eni Lake, Uzere, Isoko South LGA, Okpuzu Fall, Ibusa, Oshimili North LGA, Iyiada Valley, Ogwashi-Uku, Aniocha South LGA, Ogbeke Square, Asaba, Red Mangrove Swamps, Warri South-West, Burutu, Benbo Games Village, and Abraka. Read more…

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Top 10 Things to Do the Day Before You Travel for a Vacation

Travelling abroad? Call your service provider to help you set up the cheapest plan for making calls, sending text messages, and accessing Internet from your smartphone. Many cell phone companies including T-Mobile — offer affordable day passes to U.S. customers for International talk, text, and data plans. Read more…

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Dreaming Of Your Next Holiday? Best Ways To Save Money

Are you dreaming of your next holiday? Best ways to save money from the experts say the best time to book a holiday is on a Tuesday morning at 10am. Airlines release last minute deals for the following weekend on this day. Find out more. See our great money saving ideas for getting you the Best Holiday Deals. Read more…

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Nigeria Tourism: Ikogosi Warm Springs Resort

Ikogosi Warm Springs Resort is one of the nation’s finest tourist destinations with enchanting natural beauty that stands out. What is mysterious about the Ikogosi Warm Spring is the Therapeutic effect on all forms of skin ailment, aches, hypertension, arthritis, barrenness and many more. Read more…

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Visiting Nigeria: What You Need to Know About Nigerians

Most Nigerians speak more than one language. The country’s official language, English is widely spoken, especially among educated people. Apart from English, 400 native Nigeria languages are also spoken, out of which some are being threatened with extinction. Read more…

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Visiting Nigeria: What You Need to Know About Nigerian Clothing

Nigeria is warm all-year, except for the occasional harmattan chill and some frigid temperatures on elevated areas like Jos and Pankshin in Plateau State and Obudu in Cross River State. Pack light cotton-based, comfortable clothing and a hat or cap and pairs of sandals for casual pursuits. No provocative dressing, please especially in the north or in the villages. Read more…

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Visiting Nigeria: What You Need to Know Now

Citizens of Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) do not require entry permit into Nigeria. All visitors not exempted from entry permits are advised to apply and obtain appropriate visas from the nearest Nigerian Diplomatic Mission – Embassy, High Commission or Consulate before entry into Nigeria. Early application is advisable to avoid delay. Read more…

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Travel & Trips to Nigeria: Pre-Departure Guide and Travel Information

Pre-Departure Guide : Your trip to Nigeria should be very pleasant and engaging if you prepare ahead of time, and set out with an open mind. Most other foreign web sites have notoriously outdated or stereotypical and unreliable information. You need a balanced view. If possible. You should be able to discern that visiting a mega-city like Lagos – a kind of Nigerian New York – never gives the true picture of any country. Plan to visit smaller towns and more traditional locations. Read more…

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Nigeria Tourism: Old Oyo National Park

Old Oyo National Park derives its name from the ruins of Oyo-Ile (Old Oyo) the ancient political capital of Yoruba Empire. The Park is made up of two previous Native Administrative forest Reserves, the Upper Ogun (1936) and Oyo-ile (1941) Forest Reserves. These unique ecosystem and historical relics were converted to Game Reserves in 1952 and finally upgraded to the present status of a National Parks. Read more…

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Carnivals and Festivals in Nigeria

Welcome to Nigeria Rendezvous. Here you will find the top Carnivals and Festivals in Nigeria. Enjoy all your stay here on Nigeria Rendezvous. Remember to subscribe for more of Nigeria Festivals and Carnivals. Read more…

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Nigeria Tourism: Oban Hills / Korup

Oban Hills rainforest lies in the southern section of the Cross River National Park of South-Eastern Nigeria and adjoin the Korup National Park in Western Cameroon. The steep-side hills are covered in ancient Biafran type rainforest. A “neck” between village enclaves serves as a crucial link between two sections of the Oban Hills. Oban is an internationally recognized biodiversity hotspot and contains a number of important species such as the Nigeria-Cameroon chimpanzee, the drill, Preuss’s red colobus monkey, leopard, forest elephant and the grey-necked Picathartes or rockfowl. Read more…

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Ofala Festival: The Great Festival in Igboland

The Ofala Festival is one of the most popular festivals in Onitsha. Onitsha indigenes are a people, who cherish their heritage and value their culture very much in spite of their early contact with education. This is why they pay attention to the traditional ceremonies that abound. Read more…