World Tourism Day was established at the third session of the U.N. World Trade Organization General Assembly in 1979, it was seen as a milestone within the international community and demonstrated the important social, cultural, political and economic effects of travel worldwide.
“Every time we travel, for whatever reason, we are part of a global movement; a movement that has the power to drive inclusive development, create jobs and build the sustainable societies we want for our future; a movement that builds mutual understanding and can help us safeguard our shared natural and cultural heritage,” noted the U.N. World Tourism Organization Network, underlining the founding values of the day.
Sept. 27 was chosen as the day because it comes at the end of tourism's high season in the Northern Hemisphere and the beginning of the holiday season in the Southern Hemisphere.
So to celebrate World Tourism Day, here are pictures of the beautiful tourist attractions of My country Nigeria.
1) Badagry with my friends, this trip cost us 9,000 each and it was an all inclusive package.
2) Olumo rock, Abeokuta, this trip cost us 10,000 each; we also visited the Alake’s Palace, Funaab zoo Park, Adire Market and a tour round the city.
3) Erin Ijesha , Waterfalls, this cost us 12,000 each; we also visited the Ooni’s Palace and the National Museum Ile-Ife.
4) National Museum Lagos with the kids, took over 50kids there and spent less than 50,000.
5) Ogbunike Cave
6) Obudu Mountain Resort
7) Gurara Falls
8 ) Kano Walls
JOIN US THIS WEEKEND 29TH SEPT TO 1ST OCT 2018 AS WE EXPLORE ABEOKUTA, IBADAN AND OSUN. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER http://toursnigeria.com/options/ OR CALL 08064727296