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Nigeria isn’t known for its tourism industry but thanks to Nigerian Tourism content creators, the world is slowly taking note. Tourism content creators help to build commercial and content communities around local tourism. Here are a few of them:
Tayo AinaTemitayo Aina is a popular videographer based in Lagos. His interests involve Travel & Lifestyle. He is a filmmaker and photographer who promotes tourism through his pictures and videos. His content compels both Nigerians and foreigners to visit different parts of the country. You can find travel vlogs, luxury house tours, and road trips, amongst other things, on his YouTube channel.
Isaac & Nneka MosesThis team has been promoting tourism in Nigeria for ages. They’ve been showcasing content on cultural tourism through their platform, Goge Africa, which they founded in 1999. From costumes and dance to travels, festivals, and music to food tours, their programs have engaged millions within Nigeria. Their brand has grown from local TV stations to international stations and social media throughout their years in the business.
Khalid, the workaholicAbdulsalam ‘Khalid’ Hamza, is a tourist and photographer. He centers his interest on people, travel, and lifestyle. He documents his travels around Nigeria showing, through creative imagery, the beauty, and diversity in our cultures and lifestyles.
Sassy FunkeFrom YouTube to Instagram, Funke Ogunkoya-Futi (aka Sassy Funke) rules. You can find everything you need to know about travel policies within and involving Nigeria and stories from real-life travellers on her @traveltonaija IG handle. She gives real-time updates on Nigeria’s tourism scene. Sassy Funke is also the author of a travel book called the Lagos Aiport Handbook.
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Em EtetimEm Etetim has a YouTube Channel with a lot of gist about street food and general lifestyle vlogs. Her content gives her audience a clear picture of what living in Lagos really entails. Other contents on her channel include travel vlogs and villa tours.
Lola DaniyanThis travel blogger redefined what finding, sharing & reviewing the Nigerian tourism industry should be like with her Unravelling Nigeria blog. The content is very factual & informative. Other travel writers contribute to the blog, but Lola is the one who started the blog in 2014 before working as a tour operator within the country in 2015.
Connect NigeriaYes, we cannot praise everyone else and forget ourselves. You are seeing this because people on the editorial team decided this is content worth bringing to the fore. Besides tour deals, you get to read about content as regards travel and tourism within Nigeria, facts about the tourism industry, and columns on lost cultures and unknown places to explore in Nigeria. So yes, we are also players in the tourism content creation business. These are just a few out of the many tourism content creators we have in Nigeria. Many travel bloggers have grown inactive. You can find more of them on YouTube and Instagram. If your favourite wasn’t on our list, give a shout-out to them in the comments. Source: Feedspot Blog Pulse Ng Sarah Toyin Blog Faithoo Blog Nene Uwa Blog Erico Trip WordPress Ynaija’s Culture Intelligence Featured Image Source: Women Connect
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