Kano is the state capital of Kano State in Northern West, Nigeria. Kano is in the Sahelian region, south of Sahara. Kano is the second largest city in Nigeria and a commercial center in Northern part of the country. The climate in Kano is Tropical Savanna climate. Kano is a major center for the production and export of agricultural products. The emir of Kano hosts a Durbar festivals to mark and the two annual Muslim festivals.
Kano Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions
can I go to Kano for my holiday?
Kano city is a perfect choice for a holiday. Kano has many attractions and activities to keep the one entertained. All you need is a ticket for a flight to Kano. Be sure of when you want to travel to avoid asking for your ticket refund. The best time to decide about getting a refund is when buying a ticket. It’s good for one to familiarize yourself with the policies of the airline issuing the ticket and take time to select a ticket that suits all your needs at the outset. When buying a ticket, you should always be aware, if your ticket is refundable and under what conditions.
Can I rent a hotel in Kano ?
There are many hotels to rent in Kano including Tahir Guest Palace, Phinas Guest House and much more.
What is an airline ticket?
An airline ticket is a document issued by a travel agency that confirms that one is entitled to seat on a flight. There are two types of airline tickets; paper and electronic tickets. Either ticket is required to obtain a boarding pass and with the ticket and boarding pass at hand one is allowed to board an aircraft. However, the benefit of the e-ticket is that there is no need for one to worry about leaving his ticket behind. This ticket offers many advantages over a paper ticket.
What is the food in Kano like?
Most of the traditional foods of the northerners have very rich and unique taste. It has lot of unique spices like Thai or Indian food and most contain cereal including rice, millet and corn as main ingredients, which are all healthy. They are also served across the area in dining outlets like food courts, hotels, restaurants, canteens and roadside dining shops.