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MOST ASKED TRAVEL QUESTION.

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Information is power any day, and the travel industry sure isn’t left out. Travelling can be fun when you have all the right answers. In the travel industry, having the right answers is indeed a swinging pendulum between travel pleasure and pain. We understand that, sometimes, there are more questions than answers. You can trust that all this is going to change cause we’ve always got you covered. Here are our answers to the top 10 most-asked travel questions.
How much does it cost to get a Dubai visa in Nigeria? Dubai visa fee is dependent on the type and nature of visa desired. However, the 2-weeks tourist visa goes for just $130 while processing time is 5 working days excluding Fridays.
How many hours does it take from Nigeria to Dubai? Direct flights from Lagos to Dubai lasts around 7 hours 50 minutes. Emirates runs two flights daily between Lagos and Dubai. The first flight (Emirates 782) runs from 12:05 pm – 10:55 pm while the second flight (Emirates 784) runs from 6:10 pm – 5:00 a…

GIVE YOURSELF A TREAT THIS WEEKEND.

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Lagos, Nigeria- this cosmopolitan hub is forever bustling with exciting adventures; with new spots sprouting out at every corner. For all the IJGBs who have rocked Lagos in December, looking for new things to do in Lagos, we say a big thank you for bringing some of these spots to light! Here’s our  spots to discover in Lagos this weekend. The best part, there’s something in store for everyone! Upbeat Center
Location: Phase 1, Lekki, 11 Admiralty Rd, Eti-Osa, Lagos The first ever West African trampoline park opens in Lagos, it’s every fitfam’s paradise location. This center offers an amazing range of activities- indoor trampoline, fitness classes, sporting activities and so much more. Bring the kids out for the day, let them jump around with no restrictions. Fela and the Kalakuta Queens

Location: 1376 Tiamiyu Savage St, Victoria Island, Lagos Back by popular demands, FelaandTheKalaKutaQueens production gives a twist to the story of Fela Anikulapo-Kuti’s life. Making its main focus the wives …

ITS ALMOST VALENTINE.

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Valentine is around the corner, and not even the election weekend will stop us from celebrating our special ones. Whether it’s bae, potential bae, almost bae, we’ve got some exciting destinations to share with you. The best part? It’s all in Africa, so sit back and relax, while we share the best places to enjoy Valentine’s- filled with special memories. Here’s a list of  top  places to visit this Valentine’s day.
Lagos: Lagos is filled with so many treasures to uncover and so many things to do. If it’s not the ever booming beach resorts or the trail of fun-filled activities then its the enormous list of concerts. You don’t have to leave your comfort zones, to enjoy Valentine’s day. It is just a car ride away.




Abidjan: This city located in Ivory Coast is fast becoming a go-to place to explore in Africa. Its shiny skyscrapers give it a perfect blend of urban life but still does not let go of its culture. Explore the markets, indulge in the delicious street food and soak in the beautiful …

TOP 2019 VACATION DESTINATION.

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It’s that time of the year again! Where we make New Year’s Resolution and try to become a better version of ourselves. To add to the list of being more health conscious, making more money and developing yourself- going for more adventures should be part of the list. So we’re making things easier for you, we’ve compiled a list of top holiday destinations for 2019. From local places to African countries and outside of Africa. So sit back, grab your coffee and dive in. It’s going to be a year to remember! Gurara Waterfalls

Remember that saying of don’t go chasing waterfalls, well this is an exception to the rule. Gurara Waterfall is a beautiful splendor, that is waiting to be explored. Located in Gurara, Niger State, and just an hour away from Abuja, in Nigeria. This destination should be on your list.
Senegal

This African destination has a mix of everything from its culture, to its food, history, best of all the people and a romantic getaway. Have you ever seen a pink lake? Lake Retba …

BEST BAECATION LOCATION.

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In need of a romantic getaway with bae   Well, you’re in luck! We’ve handpicked 5 best ‘baecation’  You can surprise bae now: The Maldives The Maldives! The tropical destination on every couple’s bucket list. Mesmerizing blue waters, one of a kind over water bungalows, sandy beaches – all perfect for romance. Surprise your other half with a romantic candlelit dinner, go snorkeling and share a kiss under the stars at this summer.



Bali, Indonesia
Your best half deserves stunning views, blue waters, sandy beaches and an all round romantic getaway this summer. We’re talking about massages on the beach, overnight parties in Kuta, motorcycle rides, cute couple selfies with monkeys at ancient temples – the whole works!


Zanzibar, Tanzania
Are you crazy in love? Then Zanzibar is all you need! Head straight to the coast and enjoy the breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean. Take a spa treat, sign up for a cooking class, go swimming with the dolphins, dance the night away – the list is endless. W…

ITS TIME TO VISIT GHANA.

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Ghana is one of Africa’s many treasure chests nestled along West Africa’s Gulf of Guinea. This robust adventure haven is also known for its diverse wildlife, ancient forts, and sparkling beaches. If you need more reasons to visit Ghana, here are 5 cool reasons you need to explore Ghana soon.
People The Ghanaian population consists of 30 million of Africa’s friendliest and happiest people. Here, you’ll find a vibrant, multilingual society of over 250 languages and dialects. Among these are Twi, Akan, Ewe, Ga, Dagbani, Dangme and Gonja languages.




Culture Ghana is pretty culturally diverse and literally houses around 100 distinct ethnic groups. The largest are Akan, Moshi-DagbaniEwe, and Ga. Others are Gonja, Kusasi, Abron, Krobo, and Dagomba. Just like in India, Ashanti families are matriarchal because lineages are traced through the mother and maternal ancestors. So, if you’re a Bollywood fan, the odds are you’ll likely fall in love with Ghana.



Food
Ghanaians love to eat and so should you. …