Tinapa Resort: Where Business Meets Leisure

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By Adeniyi Ogunfowoke

Tinapa business and leisure resort, located in Calabar, Cross River State, is owned by the Cross River State government and was being built via a Public Private Partnership (PPP).

The interesting thing about the resort is that it is a perfect place to do business as well as relax and have fun.

Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency shares some ideas on how to enjoy your visit to Tinapa, thus making it easy for you to blend business and leisure.

Surf at the Waterpark

The Tinapa Waterpark is an invitation to experience fun in Tinapa’s scenic environment. It features adult and children pools, exciting water games and breath-taking slides. The waterpark also has a Lazy River, a Wave pool as well as other exciting attractions. You are also treated to your choice of beverage and local delicacies.

Watch fishing activities at the Fisherman’s Wharf

Overlooking the Artificial Lake in Tinapa is the Fisherman’s Wharf which is made up of a food court as well as a breath-taking scenery. You can recline and watch fishing and other activities on the Tinapa tidal Lake.

Take your kids to Games Arcade

If you by any chance have your kids with you, you should take them to the games arcade for an unadulterated fun. There are various games they can engage in like mini basketball, ocean bomber, and ice hockey.

Tour the Nollywood studio

There is a world class production studio popularly called the Nollywood studio. A tour of the studio may give you a sneak peek into how films are produced by Nigerian producers.

Watch a movie at the Eight-Screen Cinema

After your tour of the studio, you can take time out to relax and watch a movie at the cinema that has eight different screens. Since there are enough screens to watch a movie, there will be no delay if you intend to watch any movie of your choice.

Adeniyi Ogunfowoke is a PR Associate at Jumia Travel.

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