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OMG! Read what Cavista Holdings and Ekiti Bureau of Tourism Development plan for Tourism’s Minister visit to Ekiti State, Nigeria

Cavista Holding Partners with Ekiti State Bureau of Tourism Development for Unforgettable Minister’s Visit in Easter.

Cavista Holding Limited, the parent company of Glocient Hospitality, which manages the renowned Ikogosi Warm Spring Resort and Conference Centre, has formed a strategic collaboration with the Ekiti State Bureau of Tourism Development. This partnership aims to promote the enriching tourism potential of the state and to also ensure a memorable and enriching tour of Ekiti State by the visiting Minister of Tourism, Mrs Lola Ade-John.
The Minister is billed to spend the Easter Season March 29 – April 1st in the tourism Ekiti State

Formalizing the partnership was a team from Cavista Holding Limited, led by its Director of Community Engagement, Mr. Dauda Lawal along with Chief Ayo Ademilua, Community Engagement Manager, and Dayo Olujekun, Deputy General Manager of Ikogosi Warm Spring Resort and ConferenceCentre.

The team met with the management of the Bureau of Tourism Development, Ekiti State, led by Amb. Wale Ojo-Lanre Esq., Adegboyega Morakinyo, Esq., Executive Secretary, and Mr. Peculiar Ekiran, at the Director-General’s office in the Governor’s Office, Ado Ekiti.

Today’s meeting and partnership was in preparation for the visit of the Minister, Mrs. Lola Ade-John, who is due to be in the state for the inauguration of the Ecogenesis Incubator program, an initiative aimed at empowering the host community of tourism sites in Ekiti state. She will also enjoy a luxurious stay at Ikogosi Warm Spring Resort and Conference Centre and partake in the Hike Ekiti Mountain Tourism Carnival, including an exhilarating hike to Abanijorin Rock at Iyin Ekiti.

Cavista Holdings Limited, a global technology solutions provider, is deeply committed to fostering partnerships that promote tourism and uplift local economies through its Holding Companies such as Glocientand Agbeyewa. By collaborating with the Ekiti State Bureau of Tourism Development, Cavista Holding aims to bolster the state’s efforts in attracting domestic and international tourists to experience Ekiti’s rich cultural heritage and natural beauty.

Ikogosi Warm Spring Resort, managed by Cavista Holding’s subsidiary Glocient, is renowned for its natural warm and cold springs, stunning landscapes, and exceptional hospitality. The resort offers visitors a harmonious blend of comfort, tranquillity, and unforgettable experiences.

The collaboration between Cavista Holding Limited and its subsidiary (Glocient) and the Bureau of Tourism Development, has been meticulously planned to provide a comprehensive experience for the Minister of Tourism and her team. The visit aims to showcase Ekiti State’s abundant and rich natural resources, culinary delights, vibrant traditions, and warm hospitality.

During her stay at Ikogosi Warm Spring Resort, the Minister will immerse herself in the rejuvenating warm springs, savor local cuisine, and marvel at the surrounding natural beauty.

Furthermore, the Minister will embark on an invigorating hike to Abanijorin Rock in Iyin Ekiti, where she will admire breathtaking views, geological wonders, and the community’s dedication to conservation and sustainability.

Cavista Holding, Glocient, and the Bureau of Tourism Development, Ekiti State, believe that this partnership will not only empower local communities but also stimulate economic growth, promote sustainable tourism, and elevate Ekiti State as a premier tourist destination.

The launch of the Minister’s empowerment program, her stay at Ikogosi Warm Spring Resort, and the hike to Abanijorin Rock in Iyin Ekiti signify significant milestones in showcasing Ekiti State’s tourism potential. The collaboration underscores the commitment of Cavista Holding, Glocient, and the Bureau of Tourism Development, Ekiti State, to highlight Ekiti’s beauty and culture while driving tourism growth in the state.

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