By Josephine Wawira Nairobi, December 13th 2017 - Jumia Food, Africa’s leading online food delivery service has announced a partnership with Big Square and Pizza Mojo, allowing customers in Nairobi to get meals delivered to their doorstep in less than one hour through the iOS/Android Jumia Food App or calling the customer care line... Continue Reading →
By Lillian Gaitho As we look forward to closing the year, Jumia Travel takes a keen look at emerging and growing hotel technologies that will shape the new year. Voice Adaptation, anyone home? Voice is no doubt an ongoing craze across various industries; think of Siri, Alexa, Cortana and the rest. The little complications... Continue Reading →
By Josephine Wawira The tourism sector in Africa, which according to UNWTO saw an 8% increase in international arrivals in 2016, is progressively becoming prominent largely due to the increased commitment from governments. Possessing massive potential to foster positive change and transformation, it is timely that most heads of states and governments are seeing the... Continue Reading →
By Josephine Wawira The food buzz in relation to tourism is at its peak, especially as the end year festivities close in. Families and friends will gather to celebrate the various holidays such as Christmas, and as tradition dictates, authentic and customary foods will be the top picks for many. Africa in particular will... Continue Reading →
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Getting your passport is an exciting thing! Chances are you are probably planning, or have already planned, a trip abroad and this is your logical next step.
If you are like many people, you probably have a budget that you want to stick to as far as trip expenses. While there is no getting around most of the mandatory passport fees, depending on your situation, you could still potentially save some money.
The first option that anyone can utilize is saving money on your passport photos. Generally, passport photos will cost you $15. If you are in a relationship or have a family who also need passports, this cost obviously increases. You can get your photos for less than $1! There are a variety of free apps that you can download and take your own passport photos at home. All you will need is appropriate lighting and a white background.
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By Josephine Wawira The year is ending on a high note, with most people checking off their lists for the achieved and not so well-done objectives set in January. On top of a majority’s list is in aspects of lifestyle, from eating healthy to staying fit. This is where the health and wellness tourism come... Continue Reading →
By Lillian Gaitho Offline sales are still important. 45% of tour and attraction transactions are happening directly offline. This makes in-person exchanges a top channel for activity sales - Phocuswright, 2017 Growth of local travel market a key contributing factor - Kenya Tourism Board, 2016 report Need to create a seamless process for the customer... Continue Reading →
By Josephine Wawira “Bon Appetite Ma’am,” says the hostess with a cheerful grin. “I smile back with a ‘thank you’, then...Snap! Post! Pray! (ironically, we’ve made it the last priority) and champ into the scrumptious meal like there is never seeing it again. And true to that, before I realize it am clearing the... Continue Reading →