Experience Ancient Civilization In Kano


Kano is the heartbeat of Northern Nigeria. It is a city that is replete with relics of the old civilization and it is also home to some leading Nigerian political elites. It is the second largest city in Nigeria, after Lagos. It’s a major center for commercial activities. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, showcases and highlights the sights and sounds of Kano. Places To Explore The Emir’s Palace The Kano traditional system is very powerful, led by his eminence, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, the former Governor of the Central Bank.…

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4 Ways To Travel Smartly In Nigeria


Travelling doesn’t have to be such an expensive and somewhat inconvenient endeavor. It doesn’t have to be an endeavor that’s hard on your finances and lifestyle.  There are ways to make the most of your travelling experience and reduce its pressure on your finances and lifestyle. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, shares 4 ways to travel smartly in Nigeria. Choose Your Means of Transport Wisely Constantly check for the fares of different legitimate airlines and transport companies; check for their specific discount periods and discount schemes that will…

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5 Things You’ll Understand If You’ve Ever Travelled With Your BFF(s)


Travelling with your BFF(s) is a different experience, one you are very likely going to enjoy. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, shares 5 things you’ll understand if you’ve ever travelled with your BFF(s). You’ll Have More Memories and Amazing Stories to Tell Everyone else might roll their eyes at it, but the fact is when you travel with your BFF(s), you tend to do more, explore more and engage in more adventures together. You’ll have a lot of pictures to take, a lot of memories and so many…

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Google Releases Case Study On Jumia Travel’s Progressive Web App (WPA)

Case study

Highlights: 33% higher conversion rate 50% lower bounce rate 12X more users versus native apps (Android & IOS) 5X less data used 2X less data to complete first transaction 25X less device storage required   Jumia Travel in collaboration with Google has released a case study on the adoption of the Progressive Web App (PWA) as compared to the use of native apps (android & IOS). The Jumia team has rebuilt its mobile website using PWA technologies and this research showcases new achievements attained in key areas pertaining to storage…

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4 Attractions You Probably Had No Idea Were In Enugu

Attractions in Enugu

Enugu, the coal city state, is an industrious state located in the southeastern part of Nigeria. The city name is derived from two igbo names which when translated mean “hill top”. This was done because of the state’s hilly geography (it indeed has a lot of hills). There are a number of geographic and cultural attractions Enugu has to offer that are unfortunately unknown to a reasonable number of people. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, shares 4 attractions you probably had no idea were in Enugu. Silicon Hill…

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5 Spots You Must Experience In Abeokuta

Experience Abeokuta

Abeokuta offers the ultimate getaway from the craze of Lagos which is a mega city. It’s replete with rocks and hills that give picturesque views of the ancient city. Abeokuta’s history is rich and it’s culturally vibrant. There is so much to do in this city which makes it a perfect destination for tourists. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, identifies some of the spots to experience in the rock city. Olumo Rock Olumo Rock is the signature tourist attraction in Abeokuta and your visit is incomplete if you…

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5 Indicators Of Tourism’s Potential In Africa


 The continent of Africa is beautiful. Have you taken a tour round its major African cities? You can definitely tell why Africa is home to lots of beautiful and amazing tourist destinations. Indeed, the future of Africa’s economy is dependent on how the potential of tourism is properly harnessed. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency shares 5 interesting indicators of tourism becoming the biggest contributor to Africa’s tourism. Diversity of landscapes and cultural richness The continent is one of the most beautiful travel destinations in the world, if not…

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5 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Imo State

Imo State

Imo State is one of the states in the South East of Nigeria, located in the heart of Igboland. Its capital city is Owerri, the state’s largest city, and the state’s main economic stay is agriculture and commerce. It’s a bustling state with a lot to offer in culture, history and even business and investment opportunities. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, shares 5 things about Owerri you probably didn’t know. It has a Zoological Garden Owerri, the capital Imo State, is the home of the Nekede Botanical Garden,…

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5 Ways To Overcome Flight Turbulence Anxiety

Flight turbulence

The frustrating thing about flight turbulence is how suddenly they occur, completely without warning. Thankfully, there are ways to  that comes when these sudden flight turbulence hits. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, shares 5 ways to overcome the anxiety that comes with flight turbulence. Increase Your Pool of Knowledge Fear is intensified when the object of your fear remains a mystery. Therefore, it’s important you avoid ‘what if?’ thoughts by reading up on flight turbulence, its causes, potential dangers and the likely risks associated with it. Know all…

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6 Reasons You Should Visit kaduna

Kajuru Castle

Photo: Kajuru Castle Kaduna is a state in north-western Nigeria and it’s a trade center and major transportation hub for the surrounding agricultural areas because of its rail and road junction. It’s a beautiful industrious state with much to offer in the area of tourism. Unfortunately, this often goes unnoticed largely because of some of the security issues they’ve faced in the past. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, shares 6 interesting reasons why Kaduna is loved. Kamuku National Park For the lovers of nature, here is a little something…

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