Last Updated: Sunday, February 25, 2018 06:25:21 PM 

The town that re-wired history

Walking among the slate-roofed brick homes of Roebling, New Jersey, along the banks of the US East Coast’s Delaware River, it’s strange to think...

Jumia Travel opens an offline outlet in Accra

Jumia Travel, Africa’s leading online travel agency on 7th February 2018, cut the sod to open its first offline outlet in Osu, Accra. The outlet,...

The science behind airplane food

Now I know what some of you think about airline food. You don’t eat it because you’re hungry, you eat it because you’re bored —...

The travel companies that will change the way you see the world

From bespoke itineraries to seeing a place like a local, the latest travel companies are adding a big dollop of imagination to the process...

This Italian town is selling homes for $1

Ever dreamed of owning a home in a pretty Italian village? The news you've been waiting for has finally arrived. You can now buy one...

Jumia Travel celebrates the Ghana Travel Awards 2018

Jumia Travel, Africa’s leading online travel agency, on 25th January 2018, celebrated the 2nd edition of the Ghana Travel Awards, that were marked by...

Travelling to Ghana for the first time? Here are 5 healthy Ghanaian meals

Several million miles away from home and you are wondering what to eat. When you travel to a different continent, you don’t only deal...

62 million: No. of international arrivals in Africa in 2017

Africa reached a record 62 million international arrivals in 2017, translating to a growth of 8%. Arrivals in Sub-Saharan Africa increased by 5% while...

Jumia Travel launches the 2nd edition of African Travel awards

Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency in Africa, will hold the second edition of the Africa Travel Awards on January 25th. For this 2018...

How to travel on the cheap when you’re broke as a joke

Are you spending afternoons trawling Instagram for jungles, glaciers, and ancient temples, dreaming of an adventure you’ll take in an all-too-distant someday? Don’t believe...