Kangiwa identifies hiking on the plateau as potential sport, adventure tourism mobiliser

THE Director-General of the National Institute for Hospitality and Tourism (NIHOTOUR), Nura Sani Kangiwa, has identified hiking and other forms of activities on the natural formations on the Plateau as a potential mobiliser of sport, adventure and eco-tourism that will boost the development of tourism, create jobs and empower youths.

Kangiwa, who made the statement during a hiking adventure of GanwanColumnial Basalt Rock Formations in Riyom in Plateau State, said the participants at the training workshop on tour guiding tagged: Promoting Eco-Tourism and Hiking in Nigeria, are empowered to explore the wonders of the state.

According to him “God has endowed the state with natural scenic beauties which include Waterfalls, Rock formations, plateau plains, lush vegetation, among others, and if properly harnessed, they can empower and curb youth restiveness as well as be a source of great revenue earning for the government.”

The Director General, who was elated by the warm…

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