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4 Reasons Budget Travelers Should Visit Ebonyi State

4 Reasons Budget Travelers Should Visit Ebonyi State

Created in 1996, and as such considered one of the youngest states in Nigeria, Ebonyi state certainly cannot be counted first among the most popular states in the southeast region of Nigeria. From its serene environment and greenery to the variety of local foods and of course, the rich culture. However, visitors…
5 Exotic Places Nigerians can Visit in Ghana

5 Exotic Places Nigerians can Visit in Ghana

Ghana is like second home to Nigerians, just like Nigeria is same to Ghanaians. Both countries and its citizens share some common affinities. If you’re planning to travel from Nigeria to Ghana or you haven’t decided which African country to visit, you should try shooting your best shot at Ghana.…
5 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Obudu

5 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Obudu

Obudu is a popular name on people’s lips in Nigeria. However, even with how popular this destination is, there are still a couple of things that are misconceived or unknown about the place. To fill in the gap, Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, shares 5 things you probably didn’t…
5 Ways to Spice Up Your Trip to Uyo

5 Ways to Spice Up Your Trip to Uyo

Uyo is a local government area and the capital of Akwa Ibom state – ‘Land Of Promise’, a major oil producing state. An activity-packed destination featuring culture, outdoor activities, fine museums, attractions and miles of beaches, Uyo presents a picture of enchanting coastal, mangrove forest, beautiful sand beach resorts, and…
4 Reasons to Visit Owerri this Easter

4 Reasons to Visit Owerri this Easter

Owerri is located in the heart of Igboland in Eastern Nigeria. It is the capital of Imo and one of the most tourists friendly state in that part of the country. As Easter beckons on us, so many people will be searching for destinations to visit and getaway. Jumia Travel, the…
The Misconceptions About Ibadan Disproved

The Misconceptions About Ibadan Disproved

The perception Nigerians have about the city and people from Ibadan is bad and quite wrong. The city and people have been repeatedly maligned. They are branded local, uncivilised and old-fashioned. This is absolutely wrong. But, according to social norms, when you keep saying the same thing about people or…
Destination: The Port City of Okrika

Destination: The Port City of Okrika

When you talk about Okrika in Nigeria, what immediately comes to mind are cheap secondhand clothes. The reason for this is that Okrika is the sobriquet for used clothes. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency is not referring to this. We are talking about Okrika in Rivers State, South-South, Nigeria. Okrika is a…
Yaba: the Pulse of Lagos Mainland

Yaba: the Pulse of Lagos Mainland

Even though few people will admit it, Lagos is divided into two residential areas; those who reside on the Island and those who reside on the mainland. Both areas are separated by one of the longest bridge in Africa-the third mainland bridge. And one of the most popular hubs or…
7 Ways to Make Long Drives More Comfortable

7 Ways to Make Long Drives More Comfortable

Travelling is generally fun. But having to travel long distances by road can be a nightmare! Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency shares 7 ways to make travelling by road more comfortable for you. Get a good night sleep Most times, because we pack at the eleventh hour, we end…
5 Misconceptions about the City of Port Harcourt

5 Misconceptions about the City of Port Harcourt

The city of Port Harcourt is the third most developed metropolis in Nigeria after Lagos and Abuja. It’s been dubbed Nigeria’s oil capital and can arguably be called the oil hub of Africa. The city, also known as the Garden City because of its numerous avenues and ornaments, has over…
The Appalling State of Nigerian Airports

The Appalling State of Nigerian Airports

By Tony Ogunlowo On the 8th of March the Nnamdi Azikwe International airport, in Abuja, Nigeria’s second busiest airport was closed for approximately six weeks for repairs. It is to enable the authorities carry out essential maintenance work on the facilities and pot-holed runway. Julius Berger, contracted to do the job, are…
Tinapa Resort: Where Business Meets Leisure

Tinapa Resort: Where Business Meets Leisure

Tinapa business and leisure resort located in Calabar, Cross River State. It is owned by the Cross River state government and is being built via a Public Private Partnership. The interesting thing about the resort is that it is a perfect place to do business as well as relax and…
How To Cope With The Closure of Abuja Airport

How To Cope With The Closure of Abuja Airport

The Federal Government of Nigeria has finally closed the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja for much maintenance and repairs. Hopefully, it will be reopened on April 19th. Although quite a number of Nigerians and foreigners have expressed reservations about the closure, the safety of passengers should be the ultimate concern. Hence,…
How To Make Flying With a Baby Less Stressful

How To Make Flying With a Baby Less Stressful

If given the opportunity, quite a number of parents will not fly with their babies. This is because it can be very stressful, hectic, and nerve-wracking. A baby can start crying on board and this may be embarrassing for the parents. Regardless, you have no choice than to fly with…