What To Do

There is a saying that “when you are in Nigeria, you can never be bored”! Whether this is one of your first trips to Nigeria or not, there is no shortage of things to do and see in Nigeria. From history to art to culture to the outdoors, Nigeria attractions are uncountable.

Nigeria is one of the hot destinations in West Africa for its attractions, historic monuments, sight seeing tours, outdoor activities, cultural activities, clubbing and great food and palm-wine.

History & Culture

From Northern Nigeria to East, West and South, Nigeria is a paradise of the very best of cultural and historical heritage you will hardly see anywhere else.

Experience the historical, cultural, architectural and archaeological importance of Nigeria people culture. From South to North and East to West, Nigeria presents you ample of colourful cultural heritage dated to the stone age.

Nigeria is a massive country with more than 250 ethnic groups with fascinating dance, powerful drumming and elaborate traditional costumes. No matter your interest, you will get something to explore.

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From mountain climbing, hikking, trekking, and sightseeing to canoe riding, Nigeria is indeed a veritable heaven of adventure where visitors are spoilt with activities.

Visit to the old Yoruba Empire and admire Oyo’s old Portuguese-style houses. Experience the nature wonder at the Farin Ruwa Fall, Idanre Hill, Riyom Rock and enjoy bird watching at Nike Lake Resort, Omo Forest Reserve, Lekki Conservation Centre etc.

Don’t go home without an adventure in the northern desert cities of Kano, Kaduna, Maiduguri and the lake Chad basin. No matter your interest, Nigeria has something for you to explore.

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Explore Nigeria's abundant cultural, natural and man-made attractions

Explore Nigeria’s abundant cultural, natural and man-made attractions such as hills, waterfalls, springs, national parks, mountains etc. all over the country.

Nigeria’s man-made attractions such as Obudu Ranch, Whispering Palms, Gembu Resort, Chammah Park, were created by ingenuity of Nigerians to provide relaxtion.

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Enjoy your weekend at the popular La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort located at the edge of Atlantic Oceans

Experience a beautiful and bustling atmosphere of Nigeria beaches mostly located in Lagos, Calabar and Port Harcourt.

From sandy beaches, pepper-soups, unspoilt wild-life parks to addictive Afro-beats music; you’ll be glad you come. Fun-seekers and holiday makers will also love to be there.

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Leisure Wellness

Have a taste of Nigeria's hospitality awaiting you at Wikki  Warm Spring.  A true unique and relaxing experience!

Experience the calmness and beauty of water theraphy that soothes muscles aches, arthritis, back pain, and repair injuries.

Most resorts offer water therapy such as jaccuzi hot tubs, treatments combining hot seawater with massages, stress reduction by releasing endorphins into the body and mud or seaweed wraps to promote wellbeing.

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Kurmi Market in Kano city has many tourist souvenirs

Kurmi Market in Kano city has many tourist souvenirs, including the richly embroidered Fulani horse blankets and decorations used at festivals.

Jankara Market in Lagos also offers locally made dyed cotton and handwoven cloth, herbs and leather goods. Shopping is a true experience and so is a visit to nightclub or casino in major cities and towns across the country.

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