Nigeria is a nation with diverse tribes and ethnicities. These ethnic groups are what make Nigeria a beautiful place to live in and visit. The unique languages, food, dressing, and cultural festivals add spice and colour to the country.
Nigeria has many cultural festivals, some of which go back to the time before the arrival of major religions. The Nigeria tour will give you an all-inclusive overview of Nigeria, the cultures, history, food and the people as you embark on a 13-15 days tour through the country for a fun and stress-free vacation.
Below are the major places that will be visited during the tour,among others.
Day 1-Badagry Slave Trade
This shed light onto one of the darkest periods in human history and teaches about the heritage left behind. Tourists will also visit ‘The Point of no Return’ where slaves were taken away from Nigeria by ship.
a. Lekki Conservation Centre is a hidden gem waiting for tourists to explore as they walk on the longest canopy bridge in Africa.
b. National Museum-This museum will expose you to the history of Nigeria with historical items.
c. Kalakuta Museum- A ‘living history’ museum that gives an insight into the life and struggle of the late afrobeat creator
a. Makoko Floating Village-This community is built on stilts along the lagoon.
b. Lagos Extended Tour is designed for you to have a full grasp of the city, visit markets and buy have a feel of local.
Day 4- Abeokuta
a. Olumo Rock is an historical monument. If you love nature, scenery with some peace and quiet, this is for you
b. Green Legacy Resort boasts of top notch facilities including the first Presidential Library (OOPL) in Africa.
Day 5- Osun Osogbo Sacred Grove
This is classified as one of the UNESCO world heritage sites and this sacred forest attracts a large number of tourists as it is definitely worth visiting.
Ikogosi Warm Springs is a popular tourist attraction where warm and cold springs come together at a point.
Day 7- Benin-City
There are two UNESCO Listed Heritage siteshere, the palace of Oba of Benin which was declared one of Nigeria‘s architectural wonder and Igun Street listed as a Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Day 8- Abuja
Abuja is the capital city of Nigeria and the city’s Central Area contains the city hall, national cultural institutes, and other government-related offices.
Day 9- Abuja Tour Continues
Day 10- Yankari Game Reserve
It is the country’s richest wildlife.
Day 11- Cross River State
While in the state, we will be visiting Calabar, Slave History Museum, Cross River National Park, among others.
Day 12- Obudu Mountain Resort
In Obudu, you can let loose with activities like swimming, horse-riding, golfing and hiking.
Day 13- Tour After Party
Our agency hosts tourists to a lavish dinner and after party at the end of our Nigerian tour to relax and network. For us, it is always our own way of thanking tourists for their interests in visiting and touring our Country, Nigeria.
Visit Africa’s most cherished historical sites and monument centers
Experience the culture of the largest black nation
Connect with ancient traditions and festivals for another perpestive about life
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