Africa Origin Travel and Sports Tourism

Accra, Oct 26, GNA - Africa Origin Travel and Sports Tourism, has secured the mandate to mobilize boxing fans to the United States of America (USA) to watch the re-match of the International Boxing Federation (IBF) Bantamweight bout between Ghana's Joseph Agbeko and Abner Marez on December 3, 2011.

The mandate would enable the company to provide Ghanaians the opportunity to be part of the historic match between Agbeko and Marez after the first duel was controversially awarded to the Mexican in California, USA.

Samson Deen, Managing Director of Africa Origin Travel and Tours said at a press briefing in Accra that his outfit would assist individuals who wish to support the Ghanaian to secure traveling visas, as well as other services that would ensure their smooth stay in the USA before, during and after the fight.

According to Deen, his company has put in place a package which includes accommodation, internal transportation, match tickets and travel insurance at the cost of 7, 000 dollars.

He, however, noted that each boxing fan is required to present, a valid passport with four passport sized pictures, a birth certificate, bank statement, pay slip, marriage certificate, introductory letter, sponsorship letter with a bank statement, an identity card, a recommendation letter from employers and documents of properties to his outfit to enable them process the traveling documents.

Deen therefore urged individuals and corporate bodies interested in watching the historic bout to contact the offices of the Africa Origin Travel and Sports Tourism at Osu-Accra for more information and assistance.

Agbeko would be seeking to reclaim his title from the Mexican after the first match ended on a controversial note, with referee Russel Mora ignoring countless illegal punches below the belt by Marez and eventually awarded the fight by the referee.

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New Zealand

2006-09-02 22:57:26 by guy-from-another-forum

It will be midsummer there. There are beaches but nobody gives a crap about what you look like in a swimsuit. It is very relaxed and there is a lot to do.
You could do the Bay of Islands for beaches, sailing, big game fishing or scuba diving.
Or Auckland is good for a city vacation. City stuff, go to the museum and aquarium, go up the volcanoes, out on the ferries to the vineyards on Waiheke Island or the bird sanctuary on Tiritiri Island, out to the west coast side for big surf, scenery and solitude.
Rotorua/Waitomo Caves/Taupo loop for adventure sports and the geothermal tourism stuff, hiking, or trout fishing

Agreed

2006-11-02 20:47:38 by --

I'd go for Peru, myself. Chile next. But definitely, need more details to give any helpful input. Argentina was less interesting to me than I expected -- I think Buenos Aires is probably pretty great if you want a city experience, but then I'm not sure how much there is for you outside of that. (Having said that, I haven't been to Bariloche, and would still plan to. But only as a side to a mostly-Chile expedition.) Costa Rica is great, but also has a seriously tourism-driven economy, and is really best if you want to do adventure tours/sports or just completely relax. Peru and Chile I like because there are just lots of options, at least as long as you don't crave a metropolis and want more culture, outdoors, whatever

Information about Nepal

2011-04-05 02:54:41 by advmaypoletreks

Nepal is a land of unparalleled scenic beauty located within one of the most diverse geographical areas on earth. Nestled high in the Himalayas between China and India, it has retained its essentially agrarian and medieval character. Its wondrous history and geography are still the defining aspects of everyday life.
Since Nepal first opened its frontiers to foreign visitors in the fifties, it has been the epicenter of Himalayan adventure activities. Climbing and trekking holidays in Nepal Himalaya has become highly sought after adventure sports throughout the world soon after the advent of tourism culture

Going to Peru? Ask a Native tour operator.

2006-08-01 17:43:25 by CuscoExpert

My family is from Cusco, Peru. (Your destination in order to visit Machu Pichu). I've lived in the SF Bay Area for fifteen years and I go to Peru at least once a year. This is my third year organising tours to Cusco and Machu Picchu. Because tourism is the main industry in Cusco most of my family and friends have been involved in tourism for many years. This gives me an insider look, and puts me in a great position to get the best values.
Cusco is one of my favorite travel destinations. There is something interesting for every body. Great history, magnificent architectural complexes, wonderful arts and crafts, beautiful music, exotic customs and traditions,unique scenery and wildlife, varied and exciting adventure sports, as well as a fun night life

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