As part of latest efforts to increase awareness for The Gambia as an all year tourism destination for discerning Nigerian visitors and prospective investors, the Gambia Tourism Board has announced its participation at the 14th Akwaaba – African Travel Market holding in Lagos between Sunday, September 9 to Tuesday, September 11, 2018.
Earlier this year, the Akwaaba travel market team had organised the ‘Banjul Bantaba’ event with a familiarization trip to the Gambia and a high powered B2b session which showed Nigerians the amazing potentials for touristic splendour and introduced some of the new tour operators to the destination.
The fallout was amazing with increasing requests for packages to The Gambia.
The organisers of Akwaaba Travel Market, West Africa’s largest meetings and exhibition event is excited to announce that Gambia will be participating this year after three years of absence from the annual trade show in Nigeria.
A statement signed by the Marketing Director, Gambia Tourism Board, Adama Njie promised visitors to The Gambia stand on Gambia Day an unforgettable Gambian experience.
Top hotels, tour operators and stakeholders will be attending from The Gambia.
He assured visitors a “taste of some of our national cuisine, music and multimedia presentation of the range of our trendy and exquisite resort facilities, cultural patrimony, ecotourism, exotic fauna and flora attributes throughout our beautiful country, which have earned The Gambia the acronym –the Smiling Coast of Africa.
The Gambia Day event is set to flow from Sunday with the Jollof rice contest into Monday where the Gambia Day proper will hold, The Gambia is keeping no secrets as they will be deploying the best of the team to meet Nigerians and see the beautiful loving tourist destination.
Gambia Tourism Board wants Nigerians to know that they are welcomed at any time and the event is open for all. With increased access to the Gambia offered by flights Asky and Airpeace, Banjul with its beautiful beaches and rich culture is accessible to all travellers in Africa