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DOI :10.26650/jot.2021.7.2.1000584   IUP :10.26650/jot.2021.7.2.1000584    Full Text (PDF)

Analyses of the Tourism Potentials of Dala Hill, Kano Metropolis: Protecting Heritage Properties and Promoting Sustainable Tourism

Hafeez Idowu AgbabiakaAliyu Salisu BarauOmotayo Ben OlugbamilaSaid Shehu Ibrahim

The relationship between human and the Built environments in its complex nature evolved series of consequences as loss of heritage properties through decay, natural hazard, human factors in the modern society. Hence, this study analyzed the heritage tourism potentials of Dala Hill, Kano Metropolis, Nigeria. Both qualitative and quantitative data was collected through detailed inventory and profiling of the site and questionnaire administration on two categories of respondents (above 60years (Aged) and Between 18 – 59years (Agile)) within 300meters vicinity to the site. Therefore, 45 (Aged) people were selected using snowballing sampling procedure, and 262 (Agile) respondents were surveyed using systematic sampling procedure. Findings revealed that Dala hill is faced with the threats of neglect, decay and deterioration induced through weathering and human activities. It has poor sanitary conditions, open defecation, waste disposal, poor accessibility, and is an abode for hoodlums. However, resident perceived the site to generate more economic (RPI = 3.38) and sociocultural (RPI = 3.27) importance, and moderate environmental (RPI = 3.18) importance in the study area if necessary, attention, restoration and transformation plan are designed and implemented. 


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Agbabiaka, H.I., Barau, A.S., Olugbamila, O.B., & Ibrahim, S.S. (2021). Analyses of the Tourism Potentials of Dala Hill, Kano Metropolis: Protecting Heritage Properties and Promoting Sustainable Tourism. Journal of Tourismology, 7(2), 227-239. https://doi.org/10.26650/jot.2021.7.2.1000584


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Agbabiaka H I, Barau A S, Olugbamila O B, Ibrahim S S. Analyses of the Tourism Potentials of Dala Hill, Kano Metropolis: Protecting Heritage Properties and Promoting Sustainable Tourism. Journal of Tourismology. 2021;7(2):227-239. https://doi.org/10.26650/jot.2021.7.2.1000584


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Agbabiaka, H.I.; Barau, A.S.; Olugbamila, O.B.; Ibrahim, S.S. Analyses of the Tourism Potentials of Dala Hill, Kano Metropolis: Protecting Heritage Properties and Promoting Sustainable Tourism. Journal of Tourismology, [Publisher Location], v. 7, n. 2, p. 227-239, 2021.


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Agbabiaka, Hafeez Idowu, and Aliyu Salisu Barau and Omotayo Ben Olugbamila and Said Shehu Ibrahim. 2021. “Analyses of the Tourism Potentials of Dala Hill, Kano Metropolis: Protecting Heritage Properties and Promoting Sustainable Tourism.” Journal of Tourismology 7, no. 2: 227-239. https://doi.org/10.26650/jot.2021.7.2.1000584


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Agbabiaka, Hafeez Idowu, and Aliyu Salisu Barau and Omotayo Ben Olugbamila and Said Shehu Ibrahim. Analyses of the Tourism Potentials of Dala Hill, Kano Metropolis: Protecting Heritage Properties and Promoting Sustainable Tourism.” Journal of Tourismology 7, no. 2 (Jan. 2022): 227-239. https://doi.org/10.26650/jot.2021.7.2.1000584


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Agbabiaka, HI & Barau, AS & Olugbamila, OB & Ibrahim, SS 2021, 'Analyses of the Tourism Potentials of Dala Hill, Kano Metropolis: Protecting Heritage Properties and Promoting Sustainable Tourism', Journal of Tourismology, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 227-239, viewed 17 Jan. 2022, https://doi.org/10.26650/jot.2021.7.2.1000584


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Agbabiaka, H.I. and Barau, A.S. and Olugbamila, O.B. and Ibrahim, S.S. (2021) ‘Analyses of the Tourism Potentials of Dala Hill, Kano Metropolis: Protecting Heritage Properties and Promoting Sustainable Tourism’, Journal of Tourismology, 7(2), pp. 227-239. https://doi.org/10.26650/jot.2021.7.2.1000584 (17 Jan. 2022).


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Agbabiaka, Hafeez Idowu, and Aliyu Salisu Barau and Omotayo Ben Olugbamila and Said Shehu Ibrahim. Analyses of the Tourism Potentials of Dala Hill, Kano Metropolis: Protecting Heritage Properties and Promoting Sustainable Tourism.” Journal of Tourismology, vol. 7, no. 2, 2021, pp. 227-239. [Database Container], https://doi.org/10.26650/jot.2021.7.2.1000584


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Agbabiaka HI, Barau AS, Olugbamila OB, Ibrahim SS. Analyses of the Tourism Potentials of Dala Hill, Kano Metropolis: Protecting Heritage Properties and Promoting Sustainable Tourism. Journal of Tourismology [Internet]. 17 Jan. 2022 [cited 17 Jan. 2022];7(2):227-239. Available from: https://doi.org/10.26650/jot.2021.7.2.1000584 doi: 10.26650/jot.2021.7.2.1000584


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Agbabiaka, HafeezIdowu - Barau, AliyuSalisu - Olugbamila, OmotayoBen - Ibrahim, SaidShehu. Analyses of the Tourism Potentials of Dala Hill, Kano Metropolis: Protecting Heritage Properties and Promoting Sustainable Tourism”. Journal of Tourismology 7/2 (Jan. 2022): 227-239. https://doi.org/10.26650/jot.2021.7.2.1000584



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Submitted25.09.2021
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Published Online27.12.2021

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