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    Nigeria Horse Week Hold Huge Economic Opportunities for Equestrian Tourism

    The horse is one of Nigeria’s elitist animal, eliciting reverence and conferring status on stable owners. Since its appearance on the Nigerian landscape, it has established a firm grip on the society across cultural, sports and leisure activities of Nigerians. From historic era, where they were instrumental to the ascendancy of different kingdoms – bringing […] More

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    Series 04 of Cross-Sectoral Collaboration for Tourism and Economic Development

    Bank of Industry opens up on how to access Funds for Domestic Tourism Development in Nigeria. Steps for Tourism Stakeholders to access the #5 billion Naira seed capital from Sterling Bank. Expert advice for stakeholders on Sustainable and adventure tourism. Exploring the low hanging fruits in Nigeria’s tourism space And much more… Join us on […] More

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    Rwanda Announces Reopening of Tourism

    After three months of being locked out of the world, without a visit to the undulating hilly landscapes, an august visit to the mountain Gorillas in their natural habitat nor an experience of the rich cultural milieu of Rwanda; tourists should once again be giddy and enthusiastic to experience nature and culture, as Rwanda has […] More

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    Badagry: An Interaction With Nature and History

    Located in the bustling city of Lagos, the coastal town of Badagry is a shift away from the ostentatious show that Lagos presents. Occupying the fringes of the border between Nigeria and Benin Republic, this historical town is predominantly occupied by the Egun people, and has attained the status of Nigeria’s choicest tourism destination. Notable […] More

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    NCAC Adopts Innovative Cultural Tour

    The recent disruption of economic activities occasioned by the global pandemic; Covid-19, has accelerated the swift adoption of virtual technology. Stakeholders in the travel and tourism industry have been consistent towards proffering innovative solutions geared towards combating the effects of travel restrictions while adapting to the new reality.In a recent development, the National Council for […] More

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    Badagry Diaspora Festival 2019: A Re-Connection To Motherland

    Against the background of a sad historical past, Badagry is leading the charge for the rectification of a rather troubling part of that historical past dating to the 18th century. Dubbed “A Pilgrimage To The Motherland: The Third Coming”; the Badagry Diaspora Festival 2019, was jointly organized by Door of Return Initiative Nigeria (DRIN) and […] More

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    Ethiopian Envoy Pays Courtesy Visit To Goge Africa

    Spurred by the interconnection between tourism and trade, countries are consistently seeking strategic partnership with top tourism stakeholders, to shore up the visibility of their tourism assets. As such, accelerating the frontiers of trade and investment, through promotion of tourism destinations, is a key component of these partnerships. Driven by the need to forge mutually […] More

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    Highlights from #GogeAfrica20 Anniversary Cruise

    Africa’s front line travels and tourism media brand, Goge Africa, kick started the celebration of her 20 Years of corporate existence with a cruise, aboard one of the worlds luxurious cruise liner – Allure of the Seas. As part of activities lined up for the celebration of this year-long event, Goge Africa Crew embarked on […] More

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    Goge connects Benin Republic

    In October, we explored Benin Republic and loved every minute of it. From the Songhai Agricultural Centre, to King Toffah’s Palace In Port Novo, down to Ganvie the Venice of Africa where every one lives on water. We also visited the Benin Slave Trade Route, beautiful beaches and restaurants,it was fun all through. Would you […] More