Abundant tourist locations and investment opportunities with a Nigeria Visa
|November 21, 2012||Posted by Vishal under Uncategorized||
When obtaining a Visitor Visa for Nigeria, one will be able to visit a wide variety of tourist attractions, for example beautiful river and ocean beaches, ideally suited for swimming and water sports, exotic wildlife, tropical forests, astonishing waterfalls, unspoiled nature and new vastly growing cities. The weather in some parts of Nigeria is also great for summer holidays. Other views one might encounter after obtaining a Nigeria Visa are preserved local customs, a wide variety of cultural products and handicrafts, and an especially friendly attitude of local population in Nigeria. Unfortunately, only few people are aware of these magnificent characteristics of Nigeria, therefore, most attractions are still untapped and undeveloped. Mostly, either rich investors or people seeking adventure have knowledge of these beautiful sites and trades. Some of the downsides you will witness upon obtaining a Visitor Visa for Nigeria are the lack of modern infrastructural facilities in some parts of Nigeria, extreme poverty and underdevelopment. These are things most potential tourists do not want to be confronted with when enjoying a holiday, which makes then impediments to tourism and the new administration has been trying to improve these ever since assuming office. Therefore, the Nigerian government is calling upon investors to invest in the abundant opportunities of tourism in Nigeria. One of the new rules is also making it all the easier to obtain a Nigeria Visa.
Because of these economic liberalization policies and rich tourism resources there are several areas in which one can invest, such as; Heritage and Cultural Tourism Resources Development of slave trade relics, investments in museums and the preservation of monuments, eco-tourism, such as Wildlife, investments in the development of hiking trails and jeep tracks in national parks of Nigeria as well as the development of picnic and camping sites. Furthermore, a Visitor Visa for Nigeria will also give you the opportunity to invest in the development of tourist lodges, reception centers at Attractions of Natural of Physical nature, providing cable bus systems to take tourists through rugged yet scenic terrain of the mountains, the building of hotels and resorts near magnificent sights such as waterfalls, caves, springs and in special climate areas like the Mamila Plateau. Other investment opportunities for visitors holding a Nigeria Visa can be found in beach tourism, for example facilities for boating and sports fishing or the development of water transportation and educational facilities for swimming and water skiing. Of course, there is also the possibility for those that have obtained a Visitor Visa for Nigeria, to investment in holiday resorts along the beach. Also, investments in amusement parks, other entertainment services and shopping facilities are needed, as well as the developments of art.
This post was written by Vishal Mavadia, Business Director Visa Services London.