Five African tourist villages in exceptional order – The Sun Nigeria

Last week, we explained that Nigeria was not mentioned when the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) unveiled the names of African countries with the best tourist villages.

We are not good at leaving such footprints in the global tourism market, but would prefer to host winning teams in Africa and around the world, not because we wish to learn from them, but only to show our Santa Claus nature. .

Indeed, we don’t care how the world perceives us, so what’s the problem if we don’t consider the best UNWTO tourist destination benchmarks?

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Let’s end the sad trajectory today and look at the pillars of UNWTO’s activities in promoting tourist villages around the world.

These villages and their main attractions were founded by UNWTO for their outstanding cultural and natural assets, the preservation and promotion of rural and community values, and socio-economic and environmental sustainability.

These villages, according to the UNWTO, could respond to the upgrade variant and thus receive “support” from the UNWTO and its partners, and hopefully flourish in a network of exchange programs. , practices and opportunities.

So let’s prepare those lucky villages in Africa that are apt to headline UNWTO’s efforts in this regard.

Rwanda and its village Nkotsi

Surrounded by the Virunga Mountains, Nkotsi thrives communities within this natural resource environment to enhance and promote sustainable growth through environmental conservation, arts, culture, education, community health and gastronomic security.

Maurice and his hill

Created by the Dutch, the village of Vieux Grand Port, also known as the cradle of colonization of the island, Birth of a multi-ethnic population made up of fishermen, craftsmen and farmers, interestingly maintaining the old traditional way of life and culture intact over the centuries, without resentment or irritation.

Oergesailia of Kenya

Famous for its centuries-old craft axes, with unique characteristics endemic to the region, Olergesailie is located in the southern region of Kenya and is home to the Maasai people who still practice their ancient traditions. Archaeological finds have revealed that some of the axes found here date back to a million and 490 years ago.

Morocco and its Sidi Kaouki

A sleepy Berber fishing and herding village, two hours from Marrakech, the village showcases high quality natural organic products such as cosmetics, Honey, shampoo, soap, cream and argan food.

Wonchi, Ethiopia

Described as the peacock of Ethiopian tourism, Wonchi is located about 150 kilometers west of Addis Ababa. Its mixture of magnificent cultural attributes, its landscape and the deep basin of its lake offer a heavenly beauty.

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