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Have you ever wondered where we, human beings, came from? What led to this evolutionary revolution on Planet Earth? All of the answers can be found in one place: the Cradle of Humankind.The Cradle of Humankind is one of eight World Heritage Sites in South Africa. Here the landscape is dotted with subterranean limestone caves that have turned up a rich fossil record for human evolutionary studies. These...
A Look at Kenyan Language, Culture, Customs and Etiquette Facts and Statistics Location: Eastern Africa, bordering the Indian Ocean, between Somalia and Tanzania. Capital: Nairobi. Climate: varies from tropical along coast to arid in interior. Population: 45,010,056 (estimated - 2014.)...
The 2016 edition of Africa Travel Awards started on the 19th September 2016 with the release of the questionnaire online on http://atqnews.com/akwaaba2016.html for Africans to choose what they consider the best players on the travel and tourism landscape in Africa. A pan African committee of travel professionals from different countries in Africa drew up a shortlist of nominees to be voted for by the public. The criteria for the choices were listed alongside the nominees.
FlyBoku.com launched its media campaign with an animation video starring the digital character, Mr. Boku FlyBoku.com, a one-stop shop for travel solutions has continuously proven itself to be a unique lifestyle travel brand with the best deals in Africa. Recently, it was recognised as one of Africa’s top 100 travel agencies in West Africa by Akwaaba. The FlyBoku.com brand is built on a deep-rooted knowledge of th...
Ghana is a beautiful country brimming with arguably the most accommodating and patient citizenry in sub Saharan Africa. Yes, I said arguably. From the moment you arrive at the Kotoka International airport in Accra, you become aware of a sense of ease that comes right at you, along with the humid atmosphere. Take your mind off the temperature and everything else is just beautiful. Here are some places you should visit during your stay in Ghana. Jame...
If you ever find yourself in the beautiful city of Lagos, take some time to let your hair down so you can get a feel of the energy that courses through the veins of its residents. A vibrant nightlife coupled with an incessant daytime buzz will make the trip even more worthwhile for you. If you get the chance in this scenic city, here are a couple of places you should visit. La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort The resort is entwined in the core freshness of na...
When families go on vacation, their bonds are strengthened and memories are created from each experience they encounter. Most times, these experiences from their adventures make up for stories that will be passed on from generation to generation. During family trips, children tend to learn more, discover things and make new friends. This is because, their formative years are usually inquisitive, hence,  they stand to gain a lot from exposure. There are quite a number of parents who would love to embark on a family adventure in order to relax and spend some quality time with their kid...
Nigerian drinks may have been influenced by various foreign cultures, but there are some that still stand out as purely indigenous to the people of the country. These drinks-both alcoholic and non-alcoholic-are regularly consumed by middle to low-income earners, not as a substitute for more expensive imported drinks, but purely for the rich Nigerian taste. Infact, most will argue that they taste better! From the beloved soft Zobo leaf drinks to the banned homemade gin, Mr Boku has compiled a list of four local drinks that you must be aware of whenever you travel around Nigeria. These...
Someone recently recounted to me a seldom-heard story about Nigeria which left me astounded. According to the legend, Mr Boku wanted to travel through Africa in the late 50s in a bid to discover the rumored potentials of various destinations across the continent. He started this journey in Nigeria and found himself in awe of the beautiful West African nation. Widely referred to as the Giant of Africa, the nation was divided into regions as a result of the multitude of tribes existing in the geographical area, but at the same time, united by a singular objective - Independence. It was...
Happy Independence Day Nigeria! Enjoy a vacation getaway from N50, 000! Quick question… How many historic places have you visited in Nigeria or even in Africa? Do you even travel? No? Why Not? I understand how tough the economic environment is nonetheless you can still live a balanced life that includes your vacation holidays. We all just need to be smarter on how we spend our Naira and Kobo to make sure we are getting the best value for our money! This is where “Mr Boku” c...