Smile Tourism Calabar!

by | Mon 12 Sep, 2016 | 0 comments

The Cross Rivers State Tourism sector got a new boost with the recent announcement by the state Governor, Prof. Ben Ayade to float a state owned airline in November. He said the airline, is to be called Cally Air.
Ayade said this while playing host to a consortium of Indian investors in Calabar the state capital. The airline is part of his government’s bid to encourage tourism to the state, situated along Nigeria’s border with Cameroon and its Atlantic Ocean front.

Cally Air will be managed by Dana Group under a Public Private Partnership (PPP) arrangement. Cally Air is planning to start flights in November serving Obudu, Lagos and Abuja from its Calabar hub.

From the soaring plateaus of the mountain tops of Obanliku to the Rain forests of Afi, from the Waterfalls of Agbokim down to Calabar Residency Museum and the Calabar Slave Park along its course, indeed nature is at work.
Culture and tradition of the Efik, Ejagham, and Bekwarra on display. Cross River State epitomises the nation’s linguistic and cultural plurality.
There is always a thrilling adventure awaiting the eco-tourist visiting Cross River State.

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