Travellers Network… Tours Excels in Academic Tours Excursion

By Iyanu Popola

New Level International Limited, publishers of Travellers Network Magazine is making inroads into the global travel market with a successful execution of academic tours with some schools in Nigeria in the past few years.

Already, the publishing firm has taken students of the University of Lagos, Yaba College of Technology, Kwara State University for an academic tour to South Africa and Ghana, Egypt, Tunisia, Ghana, Kenya, Ethiopia,

Tanzania, Togo and others
Speaking on their travels package, the chief executive

officer of New Level International Limited, Mr. Olaniyi Akinbode said Travellers Network Magazine has continuously satisfied the yearning of its readers for new trends in a fast changing tourism environment for 15 years.

Akinbode said as a publishing firm, they are poised to drive their mission which is, to be the best tourism publication in Nigeria.
 By so doing, he pointed out that the magazine have moved steps further by showcasing the immense tourism potential of Nigeria and beyond.

“Over time, we have consistently highlighted the various segments of the tourism industry: hospitality, tourist sites and treasures of the country, culture and heritage across Africa as well. Other areas of interest that regularly receive our attention include tour operators, cab operation, aviation, logistics and security. With such exploits, we have gained immense knowledge in travels and tours. This experience has equally aided our organisation to take a large number of Nigerian students to some parts of Africa such South Africa, Egypt, Tunisia, Ghana, Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Togo amongst others,” he said.

Explaining how it works, Akinbode said: “As part of our business, we arrange and facilitate trips for students to take a tour to Jonesburg in South Africa and other countries. Part of the package that would be provided by us include accommodation, visa, tickets, food, travel insurance, transfers and t-shirts for the journey. The journey will last for only 10 days.”

On the benefits to students, he said: “School trips should be viewed as a powerful and positive teaching tool that help enhance the social, personal and emotional development of all learners.