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Study Shows Kenyans are the Leading Intra African Travellers
The US continued their trend as leaders with the addition of a further 20.000+ visitors, making them the most sought after tourist visitors as they largely come to enjoy Kenya’s game parks rather than the beaches.
I’m guessing this will be my shortest combined account of Carnival Calabar, seeing that most of what I ordinarily would have written in different posts have been captured in the videos which I shall share over the coming weeks.
It wasn’t just delivering books that took me to Calabar. I was engaged, and so made my maiden appearance as Presenter/Host at the 15th Carnival Calabar and Festivals. With DSTV/GoTV, I worked with veteran Hosts, Mozez Praiz and Diana Mary Owan in bringing all the carnival spice to your screens …
South Africa’s biggest airports score well in this one key metric
South Africa’s three largest airports overcame considerable upheaval in the local aviation sector in 2019 to remain in the top tiers of global on-time performance with rankings of second, ninth and tenth in their respective categories, according to Airports Company South Africa.
The annual Punctuality League tables published by OAG, a global travel data firm, rank several hundred airports and airlines operating in all parts of the world.
The OAG Punctuality League is based on 57.7-million flight records …
Lagos State Commissioner for Tourism, Mrs. Shulamite Olufunke Adebolu has disclosed that the Ministry has initiated the process of publishing a book that will chronicle all tourism destinations, including festivals usually celebrated across the State, as part of efforts to attract tourists.
Adebolu, who disclosed this during her appearance on the “Morning Show” on Arise TV, remarked that the government is exploring ways to increase the viability of tourism beyond the festive period …