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TOP TOURIST SPOTS IN NIGERIA

Nigeria which hosts over 190 million people is referenced as the 7th most populous country in Africa. Not only is it known as the giant of Africa, the country has offers amazing and beautiful tourist centers.

So if you have the desire to travel, chill and have the time of your life, look no further than this culturally rich country!

Here are some of the best places to visit in Nigeria for your next vacation.

1. Obudu Mountain Resort:

Calabar is known for its large love for culture by showcasing it through their festivals. Located at one of the most beautiful places in Nigeria, Obudu Mountain Resort, formerly known as Obudu Cattle Ranch, is one of the most beautiful tourist spots in Nigeria.

It is located in the North-eastern part of Cross Rivers State. It has an attractive landscape, calming ambience and beautiful serenity with lots and lots of activities to make your vacation ‘the bomb’!

2. Olumo Rock:

Beautifully located in Abeokuta, Ogun State. The Egba’s Olumo rock is a very popular tourist attraction site in Nigeria. A trip to the southwest of Nigeria without a visit to the “fortress of Abeokuta” is aesthetically incomplete.

3. Yankari Game Reserve:

Are you a lover of nature? If yes, then the Yankari Game reserve is definitely the place for you to visit. Yankari Game Reserve is a large wildlife park located in Bauchi State, Nigeria.

It covers an area of about 2,244 square kilometres (866 sq mi) and is home to several natural warm water springs, as well as a wide variety of flora and fauna. The reserve is also a vast village to animals such as primates, waterbucks, bushbucks, oribi, crocodiles, hippopotamus, roan gazelle, wild ox and countless species of monkeys.

4. Ikogosi Waterfalls:

The Ikogosi Warm Springs which is situated in a dense forest in Ekiti State extends over a hilly landscape.The waterfalls form a combination of cold and warm water in this spring. If you are a lover of nature and you love serenity, Ikogosi waterfalls is definitely the place to go on your next vacation.

5. Kajuru Castle:

Kajuru Castle is a luxury Medieval-German style villa, built over 3 decades ago located in Kaduna State, Nigeria. The villa is designed with several bedrooms and towers. 

There’s an outdoor swimming pool for cooling off on hot days and a barbeque spot right by the pool.  From the pool area and most of the castle windows, you will enjoy a fascinating view of the surrounding mountains and inselbergs. It is simply a beautiful experience.

6. Zuma Rock:

 The Rock ranks high as one of the choice tourist attractions in the Country. Zuma Rock, the monolithic Inselberg with a human face, is located in Madalla, Niger State, to the North of Abuja and was once described as the unquestionable watchman of the F.C.T..

7. Nok Village:

Nok Village is located in Kaduna state. It’s the home of extraordinary artworks, sculptures and art. Every lover of art and culture should definitely pay a visit to Nok Village.

SAVE UP AND TREAT YOURSELF RIGHT WITH THIS YEAR!

MAKE A TRIP TO ONE OF THESE SPOTS AND WE PROMISE YOU WON’T REGRET IT!

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