Nigeria is a country is a multicultural nation with rich history. There are numerous tourists’ attractions across the breath and length of the country. In addition to the appeals of these great destinations, the warm hospitality of Nigerians and their caring nature makes Nigeria a place to be. Here is a list of the 100 Best Destinations in All Nigeria are:
1. National Theatre
This architectural spectacle was built in 1976 as a national monument for the presentation, preservation and promotion of Nigerian culture and arts. It is located in Lagos city. Visit: National Theatre, Lagos
2. Azumini Blue River
The Azumini Blue River is a favorite tourists resort because of its rare crystal clear blue water with sandy beaches. Picnickers enjoy canoe rides is one of the major visitors’ activities in this river. It has relaxation conveniences like chairs and tables and is located in Abia State near its borders with both Rivers and Akwa Ibom State. Visitors will equally get to enjoy special delicacies. Visit: Azumini Blue River
3. Yankari National Park
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Yankari National Park is Nigeria’s best Wildlife Park. Crocodiles, Baboons, Hippopotamus, Waterbucks, Warthogs and Duiker are all present at the park. The Park has a lot of attractions for visitors round the year, however the best time to visit from November through May when the animals come together around the Gaji River. Visit: Yankari National Park
4. Obudu Cattle Ranch
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Obudu Cattle Ranch is a favourite destination for both international and local tourists alike. Special features of the ranch include horse riding, bird watching, sporting facilities, natural swimming pool, gorilla camp, beautiful waterfall and exquisite hotels.
It is located in Cross River State near Nigerian border with Cameroon. The Ranch has temperate weather round the year.
5. The Long JuJu Shrine of Arochukwu
The long Juju shrine is a must visit for practitioners of traditional religion. It is a popular believe that the cave contains a long metal pipe that serves as a medium through which the gods communicate with humans. There an administrative hierarchy at the shrine with Chief Priest at the helm of affairs. The shrine s located in Arochukwu Local Government area of Abia State.
6. Ogbunike Cave
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Divided into segments, the Ogbunike Cave is among the nature wonders. The various segments of the Cave has there peculiarities which are better explained by the local tour guides. Ogbunike Cave is located at about an hour drive from the market town of Onitsha, Anambra State.
7. Yola city
Yola the capital city of Adamawa State has a remarkable landscape. The three sister hills is the climax of the undulating hilly topography of this city. The fishing festival at Lake Njuwa which take place between the months of March and May is major cultural event in the city and attracts many tourists.
lgbo-Ukwu, an ancient town in Anambra State has a historic significance. Tourist has continued to pour in to observe its bronze artifacts. The bronze excavated in 1938 by an English archaeologist was first produced around the 19th century and are treasured because they have great historical importance.
9. Ibeno Beach
Ibeno Beach is among the charming beaches of Nigeria. Extending from the Atlantic Ocean to James town, the Ibeno beach is a water sports lover’s paradise. It is located in Akwa Ibom State. Ibena Soccer Tornament always take place at this destination. Visit Ibeni Beach Soccer
10. Rojenny Tourist Village
Rojenny Village is a major tourist attraction in the country. It has lots of exciting offers for tourists which include sporting and relaxation facilities, joy rides and amusement park. It is located on the suburbs of Onitsha town, Anambra State. Visit: Rojenny Tourist Village
11. Benue Hills
The hills of Benue are among the top best destinations in the nation. Benue State is located in the middle belt region of Nigeria. It has a hilly topography which is a major tourist’s attraction, among them are:
Ushogbo Hills found in Ushogbo town that such a pleasant weather condition making picnickers paradise. Bassa Hills has pleasant scenery. Ikyogen Hills is surrounded by ever green vegetation which explains why it popularly called Ikyogen Cattle Ranch. Tourists with interest in history will like to visit Swern Hills, which is believed to be the Origin of Tiv people.
12. Oguta Lake Holiday Complex
Oguta Lake contains fresh water and is the largest natural Lake in Nigeria after lake Chad. There are a lot of recreational activities at the lake like swimming etc. also the Oguta Lake complex has Golf course of international standard, Cruise boat services, mini children recreational park, Relic of Nigerian civil war- a mini bunker, Golf Club Bar House and natural confluence of Urashi River and Oguta Lake. Oguta Lake is located in oguta Local Government Area of Imo State.
13. NOK Village
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The Nok Village showcases the in full splendor the world famous NOK culture. The culture has been in existence for over 2,500 years and visitors have the opportunity to appraise the excavations made by diverse scholars and researchers at the NOK village located in Kaduna State. Heads of animals, weapons of war and Terra Cotta are on exhibition.Visit: NOK Village
14. Mbari Cultural Centre
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The Mbari Cultural centre houses sculptures and artifacts which of the social-religious life of the Igbos, one of the 3 major tribes in Nigeria. Its features include the monument of the “ALA” the goddess of the earth. The plastic representation of symbols of deities like Amadioha (god of thunder) , the ALA, the Ogwugwu (god of the forest). All the deities are surrounded by their mystic messengers like monkeys, snakes, owl and tortoise. It is an open air museum exhibiting the culture and aesthetics of Igbo people and is located in Ikenegbu layout and in Aboh Mbaise, both in Imo State.
15. Agbokim Waterfalls
Agbokim waterfalls is an enchanting sight and a tourists favorite picnic spot. It is located very close to Cameroon Nigeria border, Cross River State. It is very close to Ikom.
16. Lake Chad
Lake Chad which is strategically located on the borders of four countries; Nigeria, Niger, Chad and Cameroon is a tourists’ magnet. Visit to Several Fishing villages and boating is the favourite tourists’ activity. In Nigeria Lake Chad can be found in Borno State.
17. Sillicon Hill
The silicon Hill is above 300 metres above sea level about half kilometre long and is made of silica a raw material used in the manufacture of glass. The hills and its surroundings is such a natural splendor and perfect spot for sightseeing. Silicon Hills is situated in Nkpologu in Enugu State. Visit: Enugu Tourism
18. Ososo Tourist Centre
The Ososo tourists centre is built on the rocky hills landscape in Ososo town, which is located on the boundary between Edo and Kogi States. A Rest house at the peak of the Ososo hill offers a panoramic view of Kogi State upto to the spectacular River Niger. The hills has a temperate weather condition for most part of the year and an amuse park to enhance its tourism potential is on the way. Visit: Edo State Tourism Board
19. Abraka-Gordon River Resort, Abraka
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Situated in Abraka, Abraka River Layout is a perfect spot for a quiet picnic away from the hustles and bustles of the city. Swimming, boat riding, fishing is some of the favorite activities here. Taking a walk on the sandy beach and watching Ethiope River flowing rhythmically and slowly is such a soul refreshing experience. Children’s playground, rackets/ badminton courts and lawn tennis court are some of the side attraction at this resort.
20. Chief Nana’s Palace, Koko
Chief Nana’s palace is now a National Monument. He was a famous indigenous business tycoon in the nineteenth century. He built his spectacular Palace in the early 20th century. Such is the splendor of this palace that it contains relics of his relationship with traders and administrators of the British Empire and even his contact with the Queen himself. This National Monument can be found in Warri-North Local Government Area of Delta State.
21. Ezeagu Tourist Complex
The Ezeagu Tourists Complex located about 30 minutes drive from Enugu city has several recreational facilities which includes a a cave, a water fall and a lake. It is a natural splendor with Obinofia Cave alone covering about 5 kilometres with spectacular segments all breathtaking. The entire scenery is unique and even the vegetation is exotic and to crown it the entire Cave have several interconnected tunnels and linking large chambers. Visit: Enugu Toursim Board
22. Okomu Wildlife Sanctuary
The Okomu Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Benin City, it houses mona monkey, chimpanzees, porcupines, duikers, buffalo, elephants, bush-baby, the putty nosed quenon, horn bills, the red river hog and most important of all the white-throated monkey which is in danger of extinction. The Okomu Forest Reserve is the second largest in Nigeria.
23. Bible She, Araya
Sometimes in August 1914, it was believe that a copy of the Holy Bible felled from heaven and landed in Ayaya in Delta State. The spot where the bible landed is now a holy site and attracts pilgrims in their numbers.
24. Slave Trade Relics, Badagry
Relics of the slave trade consist of locks and shackles are preserved by Mobee family at Marina Badagry, it is still in the custody of the family and is on exhibition in the family house. Visit Badagry Tourism Board
25. The Agia tree in the Ancient Town of Badagry
Christianity was first preached in Nigeria under the Agia Tree at Market Street, in the ancient city of Badagry. Though the tree has now fallen, that spot is a tourist’s magnate. Also the first ever storey building in Nigeria, which was erected in Marina Badagry in 1845 by Rev Henry Townsend.
26. Verekete Shrine, Badagry
Richard Lander was put on trial in this shrine before a shrine priest on charges of Espionage and he was not harmed after drinking which proved him innocent of the charges.
27. Confluence of River Niger and River Benue
River Niger and River Benue are the two largest Rivers in West Africa. The confluence of the two rivers is in Lokoja forming Y-shape when view from the top and flowing together to the Atlantic Ocean. River Benue has a light green colour while River Niger has a light brown colour. There boat and ferry services at the confluence of the two Rivers.
28. The Iron of Liberty
Lokoja, was a slave trade centre which later became commercial centre for European missionaries and merchants. When the war against slave trade began, Lokoja became a temporary lodging for slaves rescued from merchants, who are later to be set free.The spot where the slaves were set free is marked with an iron pole now known as Iron of Liberty.
29. Maiyegun Beach
The maiyegun beach located in the Maiyegun Tourism Zone in Oti Osa Local Government Area of Lagos State hosts the renown Lekki Sunsplash Musical Concert. A development plan to transform the beach to an international modern resort is on. Visit: Maiyegun Beach
30. Pategi Beach
Pategi Beach located on the banks on the River Niger has a long stretch of sands and also features Regatta pavilion and Regatta complex. It is certainly wonderful holiday resort.
31. Owu Waterfalls
At Owu Waterfalls, the waters falls from a height of 120 metres to an chilled pool below with an evergreen vegetation surrounding the water falls. It is situated in Owa Kajola, Ifelodun Local Government Area of Kwara State.
32. Zuma Rock
The Zuma Rock is believed to possess some mystical powers. A human face is engraved on the side rock facing the road. The rock exudes natural splendor and is a perfect spot for picnic. It is situated on the Kaduna Abuja Highway. Photo Source: Zuma Rock
33. Gurara Waterfalls
Gurara falls is located about 76 kilometres along Minna Suleja road. it a very beautiful sight to behold. The Gurara river is a huge arm of the famous River Niger and during rainy season, the river is full to the beam. Visitors can swim in the river during the dry season around January when the water is clear.
34. Dr. Ladi Kwali Pottery Centre
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This centre located in Niger state give practical lessons on modern pottery making to native porters and has contributed to the preservation of Nigeria’s cultural heritage via modern pottery. Visit: Kwali Lobwoi Union
35. Bida Brass Works
Located in Bida town Niger state is Bida Brass Works, the Brass product are used for decoration purposes and it is also popular among tourists who buy them as souvenirs.
36. Olumo Rock, Abeokuta
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Olumo Rock is an enormous projection of granite rocks of ancient formation. It is located in Abeokuta, Ogun State. The people of Egba believe olumo rock has a shrine that protects them and offer annual sacrifices to the deity. It is a monument of traditional religion of Egba people and a source of bride them. The peak of the rock is 137m above sea level and the rock is naturally by caves some of which up to 20 feet long and 25 feet wide. Olumo Rock is a favorite tourist’s attraction. Visit: Olumo Rock
37. Birikisu Sungbo Shrine
Located in Ogun State Tourist Centre in Ijebuode local Government is the Birikisu Sungbo Shrine. The some Myths claim Birikisu Sungbo is the same person as Queen of Sheba of the bible. Annually during Moslem festivals, many Moslem faithful gather at the tomb shrine to offer prayers. Seeking various favors which they believe the spirit of Birikisu can grant them. It is major tourists’ attraction in South Western Nigeria.
38. Idanre Hills
Located in Idare/Ifedore local government Area Of Ondo state is Idanre Hills. Idanre Hills is a natural splendor. The top of one of the hills has 600 steps to be climbed before getting to its top from where visitors are rewarded with the beautiful sights of this “ancient castles” built by nature herself. Visit: Idanre Hills
39. Ikogosi Warm & Cold Spring
Ikogosi warm and cold spring is one of the wonders of nature. The warm spring flows down from a hilly setting and from another hilly landscape the cold spring rolls down and merges with the warm spring at the confluence. The entire scenery is captivating with the ever green vegetation forming natural shelter where tourists can have some relaxation. There are also lodgings available. The Spring is located in Ekiti West Local Government Area of Ondo State. Visit: Ekiti Tourism Board
40. Osun Shrine
Located on the banks of Osun River, the Osun shrine is symbolic of traditional religion of the people of Osogbo. The Yoruba gods are represented in their numbers in this shrine.
41. Holy Apostles Community, Aiyetoro
The Holy Appostles Community was formed in 1945, located in Aiyetoro, a coastal town near akure, they practice Communal ownership of property and have religious freedom. The Oba doubles as the chief priest and presides over all meetings. Garment industry, shoe making industry, power stations, trawler, ships, bakery, houses are among the business/ properties jointly owned by the community. The community is like another paradise on earth and the community has a thrilling and thought provoking experience for tourists.
42. lfe Ancient City
The Ife ancient city is held in nostalgia by the Yoruba tribe as their place of origin. One of the legends in Yoruba land is that creation of the whole world started from ife. It is a must visit location for tourists interested in Yoruba culture and history.
43. University Museum, Ife
The Obafemi Awolowo University museum is one place never to miss if you are a visitor to Ife. It is sited on Old lkirun Road.
44. Ooni’s Palace
The Palace of The traditional ruler of Ile Ife is home to many relics of the rich cultural heritage of the Yoruba race, it a historical monument funded by the state government. Visit: The Ooni’s Palace
45. The City lbadan
Ibadan is the cultural and commercial centre of Oyo state. It is an ancient African city with lots of attractions for visitors. Finance building, Premier Hotel, cultural centre, Lekan Salami Sports Centre and Parliament Building are some of the interesting landmarks in the city. It has a good road network to all parts of the state and the entire south West.
46. Opa Oranmiyan
Oranmiyan staff, the third Ooni of ife is reputed to nails and spikes piercing from its sides, having a dimension of about 11.5 metres at the base and 5 metres high. Is made of stone and was used as weapon against enemies.it has become a top tourist’s attraction.
47. lfe Museum
Ife museum is very rich in archaeological artefacts. It is now a national monument under the management of National Monuments.
48. Port Harcourt Tourist Beach
The tourist beach in port Harcourt is one of the exquisite place to be Rivers State. The beautiful waters and long stretch of sandy landscape makes it a perfect picnic spot. The Resort has conference centre, sunbathing sites, restaurants, and accommodation for visitors. The cultural entertainers at the beach take to ecstatic thrill.
49. Jos Wildlife Park
This Nigeria’s best man-made wildlife park is home to buffalos, lions, hippos, pythons, pigmy, horses, crocodiles, birds and many more wildlife. It has a hilly landscape with diverse plant life and lots of picnic sites. Facilities at the park includes picnic pine forest, children’s play ground, video viewing centre, wildlife museum and restaurant. Visit: Jos Wildlife Park
50. Wase Rock
Wase rock is a dome shaped rock that is a breeding site to Pelican birds. It rises up to 350 metres above sea level making it a favourite attraction for geologists, bird watchers, geographers and mountaineers. It is located in Wase town in 216 km South East of Jos.
51. The Sultan of Sokoto Palace
The palace of the sultan of Sokoto is an architectural and artistic master piece. It is also icon of the Nigerian Muslim world and represents and exudes cultural excellence. It is located in Sokoto town, in Sokoto state.
52. Assop Falls
Located at the middle of scenic rocks and appealing trees , Assop Falls over tourists an awe-inspiring views. Swimming and rock climbing and picnicking is among the favorite fun activities at the falls. Native houses are available for leisure and open air bar services is also present.
53. The Mambilla Plateau
The plateau has an undulating setting with temperate climate and is roughly 1,830 metres above sea level. The Mambila Tourist Centre is situated in the high land of Gembu.
54. Uthman Dan Fodio Tomb
The Tomb of Uthman Dan Fodio is a famous attraction in Sokoto State. Othman Dan Fodio earn a place in Nigeria history as a Jihadist who spread Islam in the Northern Nigeria and beyond.
55. Biu Plateau
Located in Yobe State that has an average hot weather condition all year round, Biu plateau is a haven to locals and tourists alike, because of its temperate weather condition. There other side attractions on the plateau.
56. Gashaka/Gumpti Game Reserves
This reserve located in Taraba State is one of the best in Africa; it is home to many varieties of Fauna and flora and contains diverse species of birds.
57. Transcorp Hilton Hotels, Abuja
Trnscorp Hilton Hotel Abuja is a 5 star hotel designed in a modern art-deco style with rooms feature deluxe amenities, plush furnishings, marble baths, internet access etc. special features include; 24-hour business centre, 24 meeting rooms and congress hall for up to 1200 guests,seven restaurants and bars, on-site casino and shopping arcade, Outdoor pool and extensive recreational facilities. The hotel is located 40 minutes drive from Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport, Abuja. Visit: Transcorp Hilton Hotels
58. The Wheatbaker Hotel
The Wheatbaker hotel Lagos is a 5 star Hotel with modern stylish 65 rooms. It has great outdoor pools with sunbeds and a wellness centre. There is free Wi-Fi access in all areas of the hotel. The Wheatbaker Hotel
59. Sheraton Abuja, Hotel
Sheraton Abuja Hotel is 40 minutes drive away from Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport and is within the several attractions sites and is a 5 star hotel. It has an array of tastefully furnished guest rooms to fit your every mood. It has all the facilities for gaming, a swimming pool and a fitness centre. Visit: Sheraton Abuja
60. Sheraton Lagos Hotel
Sheraton hotels Abuja, located a few minutes’ drive from the murtala Mohammed International Airport has 325 guest rooms, with 7 suites. The hotel offer sunny views of downtown Lagos and it has lots of recreational facilities. Visit: Sheraton Lagos Hotel
61. Radisson Blu Anchorage Hotel
This 5 star hotel located in Victoria Island Lagos is an astonishing masterpiece. Its features include comfortable sofas and fountains with an atrium at the fourth floor which offers a panoramic view of Lagos metropolis. The guests enjoy free access to the hotel fitness area, with cardiovascular room, outdoor infinity swimming pool and sauna. Visit: Radisson Blu Hotel
62. The Federal Palace Hotel
Federal Palace hotel is a 150-room 5 star hotel located on the commercial hub of Victoria Island and overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. It has an exquisite boardroom and many recreational facilities. Visit: Federal Palace Hotel
63. The Benin City National Museum
The Benin City National Museum is a national museum in Benin City, Nigeria. Located in the city centre around King’s Square, the museum has a significant number of artefacts related to the Benin Empire such as terracotta, bronze figures and cast iron pieces. Visit: Benin Museum
64. Gidan Makama Museum Kano
The Gidan Makama Musuem Kano has a large collection of crafts, arts and items of historic significance related to Kano region. It is a 15th century edifice and is designated as National monument. The history artefacts of Kano can be found here including those related to the civil war, economy and music. Visit: Gidan Makama Museum Kano
65. Kaduna Museum
Kaduna Musuem has on exhibition a large collection of ethnographic, crafts exhibits, archaeological materials and also showcases craft works and you can watch traditional craftsmen make crafts. Visit: Kaduna Museum
66. The National Gallery of Modern Art
The National Gallery of Modern Art, Lagos is a major art gallery in Lagos. It is a permanent exhibition of the National Gallery of Art, a parastatal of the Federal Ministry of Tourism, Culture and National Orientation. The gallery is located within the National Arts Theatre. Visit: The National Galley of Modern Art
67. Ulli Beier Museum
Ulli Beier Museum is an art gallery and art school in Oshogbo, Nigeria. It was established by the artists Ulli Beier and Susan Wenger.Today it is an important contemporary African art gallery, hosting the work of talented and aspiring artists from the Oshogbo area and across Nigeria.
68. The National War Museum Umuahia
The war museum Umuahia has three Major galleries: the traditional warfare gallery, the Armed Forces gallery, and the civil war gallery in the traditional warfare section.On exhibition in the museum is local ammunitions locally made by Biafran Army engineers during the Nigerian Civil war. The ammunitions include Ojukwu bucket, Ogbunigwe, Armoured Vehicles code named Red Devils and rocket launchers.
69. Jhalobia Recreation Park and Gardens
This a perfect spot have a quiet place and come closer to nature, in a spectacular environment at the heart of this ever busy city. Green lawns, waterfalls, sculptures, flowers and palms, ponds, exotic trees and children’s play ground are some of the features of this recreational park. It is located in Lagos City. Visit: Jhalobia Recreation Park and Gardens
70. Terra Kulture
Recreation and education is merged at Terra Kulture. Crafts and arts of different Nigerian ethnic groups are on exhibition. It also has an information centre or library with rich information on Nigeria and Africa as a whole. Terra Kulture is located in Lagos state. Visit: Terra Kulture
71. The Calabar Museum
The Calabar Museum also known as the slave trade museum as colonial architecture, exhibition inside it includes relics of British Empire, documents concerning slave trade and palm produce trade in Nigeria. Also on display are artworks and artefacts from pre-colonial and colonial era of Nigeria. It is located in Cross River State.
72. Slave Masters Lodge, Okopedi, Itu
Itu River located in Itu a small town close to Uyo was famous for slave trade route. The relics of ware houses, more like detention center where slaves were held before shipment through the Itu River. The white slave merchants’ lodge is a charming one deck edifice.
73. Amalgamation House
It was in this iconic facility that the Former Colonial governor, Lord Luggard, amalgamated the southern and Northern Nigeria in 1914 thus giving birth to the nation Nigeria. The cease fire that ended the Nigerian civil war was declared here. Opposite the Amalgamation house is the building that was Lord Luggard residence during the time of amalgamation.
74. Tinapa Resort
Tinapa business and leisure resort is located in Calabar within the Calabar Free Trade Zone. It has an artificial tidal Lake, a Water Park with an entrainment section that has digital cinema, a casino, a night club and pubs, mini amphitheater and a children’s arcade. It also features 80, 0000 square metres of space for small shops and warehouses. The resort also has a 243 rooms 3 star hotel. Visit: Tinapa Resort
75. IITA Forest Ibadan
The International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) has a forest reserve at their campus at the north of Ibadan ancient town which serves not only for research but also a leisure and sightseeing spot. This natural reserve to various species of birds with a 3 kilometre long lake filled with diverse fish species. Visit: IITA Forest Ibadan
76. Millennium Park
Millennium Park is the largest public park in Abuja and it has a nice walkway with fountains and lights. The park has a narrow river running through its centre and the remains of what was probably more extensive riverside woodland clinging to its edges. One side of the Millennium Park consists of unspoilt nature, brushwood as well as greenhouses for butterflies and tropical birds. The other side is dedicated to the scientific knowledge of the natural environment with its very traditional and rigid Italian Style Garden Layout. Visit: Millennium Park
77. Wiki Warm Spring
The Wiki Warm Springs which is situated inside the Yankari National park is 10 metres wide and 200metres long with crystal clear warm water. Wikki Warm Springs is one of the top attractions of the Yankari National Park. It warm water make it unique and visitors enjoy swimming in its waters night and day alike.
78. Kainji Lake National Park
This is closely linked with the famous Kainji lake oil hydroelectric complex. It lies between Borgu and Zugurma sectors of Kwara State. It can be reached through Lokoja, from Lagos through Ibadan, Ilorin and Jebba. The park is full of diverse wildlife, a variety of ethno-historical and cultural sites amongst which are Kobs, antelopes, hippopotamus, lions etc.
79. Tarkwa Bay
Tarkwa Bay is a sheltered beach along the Lagos harbor. It can be reached by boat from Maroko or from under Falomo Bridge on Victoria Island. This beach provides a pleasant outing with safe swimming conditions, even for small children. Activities enjoyed at the beach include swimming, water skiing, surfing and enjoying the cool breeze of this peaceful beach.
80. IBB International Golf and Country Club
IBB International Golf and Country Club, Abuja is a prestigious recreational and tourist attraction located on Aso drive in the city of Abuja.Visit: IBB International Golf and Country Club
81. Afi Mountain Wildlife Sanctuary
Afi Mountain Wildlife Sanctuary is preservation centre for drill monkeys, chimpanzee and gorillas. In addition it host a large number of migratory roosts in Africa. Many other endangered primates are thriving in Afi Mountain Wildlife Sanctuary.
82. MicCom Golf Course & Hotel Resort
MicCom Golf Course is the sole privately owned golf course in Nigeria with hotel facilities attached to it. the golf course is situated in a serene , scenic and tranquil environment. MicCom Golf Hotel Resort is Nigeria’s only privately owned golf course with hotel facilities attached to it. It is situated in the rustic town of Ada in Osun State. The course is set in the serene, picturesque location deep within the lovely and tranquil forests of the South-West. This tranquillity is only broken by the musical chirping of birds. The Hotel can just be described as an architectural spectacle, beautifully blending with the natural splendour of the environment. Visit: MicCom Golf Course and Hotel Resort
83. La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort
La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort is a 65 acre peaceful paradise located about 1 hour drive from Victoria Island in Lagos State. It a special blend of natural environments such as accessible mangrove forest, a fresh water lake extensive sandy beach and the warm Atlantic sea and a savannah. The resort offers first class accommodation. Visit: La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort
84. Hotel Presidential
Hotel Presidential Port Harcourt is a 4-star hotel with 300 exquisite rooms on a single 8 floors building. There available limo/ town car services and all the rooms Wi-Fi magnetic/electronic keys. The Hotel boasts of several recreational facilities and the guest rooms have balconies which offer a nice view of the garden city. Visit: Hotel Presidential
85. Le’meridein Ogeyi’s place
Le’meridien Ogeyi’s place offers 3 conference rooms with an outdoor pool and a Spa. The rooms are very tasteful furnished with a touch of African Style. The warm hospitality of the staff contributes to the luxury you will enjoy in this hotel. Visit: Le Meridien Ogeyi
86. Nike Lake Resort
Nike Lake Resort is located on the banks of the Nike Lake in Enugu. About 15 minutes drive from the local airport and just 10 minutes from the city centre. It offers breathtaking views in a very secure and tranquil environment.
87. Abakaliki Green Lake
The Abakaliki Green Lake was a favorite spot for relaxation and leisure for the colonial administrators. In recent times modern recreation facilities has been introduce to enhance the tourism potential of this Lake.
88. Amanchore Cave
This Cave has 3 metres height and has several narrow tunnels that lead to different directions. It is situated in Etiti, in Amanchore-Edd in Afikpo-South LGA of Ebonyi state.
89. Orole Hills, Ikere Ekiti
Standing on the ground like an egg, which stands erect and buries its other end in the soil, is a good spot for sightseeing, picnicking and mountaineering as it is reputed to be the highest hill within the Ondo/Ekiti State axis. The myth has it that the hill was formerly a woman who was worshipped and is still worshipped as a goddess of prosperity in the town.
90. Orole Hills, Ikere Ekiti
The Orole Hills in Ikere ekiti State is just like a giant egg standing on the ground with one of its ends buried on the ground. The Hills is worshiped by traditionalist in the locality as a goddess of prosperity. Mountaineering, sightseeing and picnicking is the major attraction of this hill.
91. The Ugele Hills
Located in Ekiti State, the hill has a Cave inside it capable of containing 1000 people at a time. The space in the cave was used as a wrestling arena in the past. The Local Traditionalist worship the Ugele annually in June during the new yam festival.
92. Anwase-Abande Ranges
The Anwase-abande Ranges has a temperate weather condition, hills, many flowing streams, scenic forests and valleys. Is it located in Kwande local government area on Nigerian-Cameroon borde, and has boundary with Obudu-Cameroon range. It offers breathtaking views and is ideal for camping and picnic.
93. Enemabia Warm Spring
Ememabia Warm Spring is a popular tourist’s attraction in Benue State. Many tourists have had a nice time swimming in its warm waters amidst the tranquil and scenery of its surrounding.
94. Eggon Hills and Caves
Egon Hills and Caves are a range of hills which are overs 300 metres at some of the peaks and have appearance of Inserbergs and kopjes. Eggon Hills and Caves is located in Nasarawa State.
95. Dyeing Pits and Calabash Carving in Lafia
Tourists’ interested n local crafts will find dyeing pits and calabash carving in Lafia Nasarawa state fascinating. At the dyeing pits, traditional clothes in various sizes and designs are woven and dyed.
96. Katsina City Gate
Katsina city have wall that was built around 900 years ago and have seven different gates. It is a major tourists’ attraction in Kastina State.
97. Kano City Wall
This ancient City wall has a radius of about 14 kilometres. The walls were built in the 14th century to fortify the city aganst invasion of enemies. Dala Hills Emirs Palace and Kurmi Market are around the Kano City Wall, in Kano State.
98. Nike Art Gallery
Nike Art Gallery is one of the Lagos top attractions. It offers a variety of artworks through indigo dyeing, Adire making, the use of Batik, reverse applique, quilting, embroidery, traditional loom weaving, stone works and carvings, brass and copper, beadwork, rice paper works, paintings, drumming, dancing and singing. Visit: Nike Art Gallery
Funtopia is a children’s world. Funtopia brings adults and children together into its exciting world where fantasy is supreme. There are fun sections for kids below the age of three; parents can also have fun with their children when they play the obstacle game and enjoy the arts and craft on display. Visit: Funtopia
100. Wonderland Amusement Park & Resort
Wonderland Amusement Park & Resort is an ultra modern world class recreation centre, it located in opposite the National Stadium Abuja. The Park has rides and games for different age categories, a leisure garden for relaxation, diverse shops and a restaurant which has in its menu African Cuisines and Intercontinental dishes. Visit: Wonderland Amusement Park and Resort
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