• Abraka Gordon River Resort, Abraka

  • Cable Cart, Obudu Ranch, Calabar, Cross River State

  • Dr. Ladi Kwali Pottery Centre

  • Idanre Hills, Ondo

  • Kano City Wall

  • Mbari Cultural Village, Imo State

  • National Theatre Lagos

  • Olumo Rock, Abeokuta

  • Terra Kulture

  • The Benin City National Museum

  • The City lbadan

  • The National War Museum Umuahia

  • Wiki Warm Spring

  • Wonderland Amusement Park & Resort

  • Yankari National Park

Nigeria, being one of the biggest, most populated and liveliest places in Africa remains a center of attraction to visitors from different parts of the world .There are so many amazing things to do in Nigeria: from a sightseeing tour of its landmarks, to uncovering centuries of history at one of the many historical buildings and museums or enjoying her culture or traditional foods… the possibilities are endless.

Touring Nigeria

There are however few basic things to know when coming into Nigeria. Getting into Nigeria, you would need a visa and passport. There are different types of visa for different occasion. For this purpose, you will need a Tourist Visa. A tourist visa is as the name implies.

The next thing that comes to mind is accommodation. In every state of the country Nigeria, there are luxurious hotels and 5 stars hotels that will complete your tour experience. You can either book on arrival or before arrival. If this is your first tour to Nigeria, is best you book an hotel before arrival or seek the help of a Tourist Agency.

For anybody going into any country for the first time, it is best to know the culture, religion and language that is widely spoken in such locality. In Nigeria, we have diverse cultures that are unique to each tribe but there are three (3) major Tribes, which are IGBO, HAUSA and YORUBA.

Each of these tribes has their own unique language. However, the English language and our own local English popularly called (pidgin English) is the universal language anywhere in Nigeria. The Pidgin English is the language mostly used for communication amongst locals. For a more adventurous stay, I advise you learn a little bit of Pidgin English.

Having Money is very necessary when going on tours, which is why it is best to know the currency that is being spent in the tour country. In Nigeria, the currency spent is the NAIRA (₦), which is divided into eight (8) denominations. The ₦1000 note is the highest, followed by the ₦500 note, all the way down to ₦200, ₦100, ₦50, ₦20, ₦10 and the lowest ₦5 note.

When traveling within cites on tour, using public transport to travel around urban areas in Nigeria is fun, insightful and often economical. It would be more fun and insightful with someone that knows the city or town well. You can as well use a taxi in large towns and cities, taxis can be found at taxi lines and train stations.

What to Expect

There has also been large support in key legislations, policies and programmes, all aimed at boosting the global reckoning of the maritime sector; and developing local expertise. Some legislation worthy of mention are the Cabotage Act which provides a legal framework to guard the activities of transport within the inland waterways across the country. Presently, the National Assembly is deliberating on a new “Nigeria Inland Waterway Authority” (NIWA) Act which will primarily see to the execution of the Cabotage Act and administer every other function and responsibility to ensure that the territorial waters are kept in best conditions and meet up to world standards.

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