Book Cheap Flights to Nigeria
Nigeria is Africa's largest and most populous country, with over 211 million friendly inhabitants. From trekking around the scenic Awhum Waterfall Cave to hiking the Zuma Rock world's largest monoliths, Nigeria is a country blessed with natural landmarks and wildlife reserves. However, the country is the most populous black nation on Earth, often referred to as the "Giant of Africa." Nigeria is a dream destination for avid wanderers and wildlife lovers, with lots to offer – remarkable wildlife, splendid mountains, immense forests and bustling cities. It would take nearly months to travel across every country region entirely, and travelling to Nigeria is truly a sensory experience.
The country is profoundly interesting and perpetually astonishing, and survival in Nigeria is not for the faint-hearted. The Giant of Africa lures millions of travellers from all corners of the globe annually to cross its border to witness its great diversity in many aspects, like its citizens, cuisine, geography and even its languages. Although it's quite an inexpensive country, making it an ideal destination for backpackers. The significance of this country resides on every inch of the land, and experiencing a journey to its awe-inspiring natural beauty will truly astound travellers.
Best Places to Visit in Nigeria
The Awhum Waterfall Cave
The Awhum Waterfall Cave is the country's most visited natural wonder in Enugu State, Nigeria. The cave draws a long steady stream of avid wanderers from all corners of the globe annually. The Awhum Waterfall Cave makes its sightseers ponder in awe of the beauty of life with an endless downpour of water and a defending sound.
Yankari National Park
Yankari National Park is one of Nigeria's sought-after tourist hubs in north-eastern Nigeria. It boasts a spell-binding setting with remarkable wildlife and splendid vistas of awe-inspiring landscapes. The National Park offers avid travellers everything for a venturesome vacation with its sought-after natural splendours and prolific wildlife witnessing possibilities.
Zuma Rock is one of Africa's most sought-after natural attractions, tucked in the western part of Nigeria, near the capital city of Abuja. It is the world's largest natural monolith, standing about 980 feet above the ground. However, Zuma Rock is formed of igneous rock, especially gabbro and granodiorite.
Coconut Beach is a beloved gateway among beach enthusiasts and nature lovers perched on a coastal city in Lagos state. It boasts electric blue and green water that almost seems unreal with long breath-taking coastlines. When it gets too hot, the coconut trees provide a comfortable and cool shade.