What To See And Do

What to See and Do in Nigeria

In North-Western Nigeria

  • Durbars (ceremonial horse riding trip)
  • Desert Safari
  • Experience Colourful festivals
  • Fishing at Argungu and other places
  • Bird watching
  • Experience Indigo dying processes at the Kano dye pits
  • Explore Fulani nomadic life across the region
  • Visit Old dynasties of the Sudan empire
  • Explore the more than 800 years old Gobarau Minaret
  • Tour the more than 1000 years old Kano city walls
  • Watch the practice of shaman (shaman tour)
  • Healing and relaxing in hot spas
  • Explore cultural and historical items
  • Discover the Islamic influence of the Malians
  • Visit colourful local markets
  • And many more attractions

 

In North-Eastern Nigeria

  • Explore culture and history
  • Undertake a Desert Safari
  • Community tour to experience the Montagnards
  • Visit Sukur, Nigeria’s first UNESCO world heritage site
  • Explore the more than 1000 years old Kanem Bornu Empire
  • Visit the Nguru wetlands, third largest in the world
  • Explore the culture of the Koma and Jibu people
  • Go fishing in the Bachama Kingdom
  • Bird watching on the Nguru and Lake Chad basin
  • Relish the weather of Gembu and her scenic beauty
  • Hike to Nigeria’s highest point of the Vogel Peak (Mountain of death)
  • Discover scenic places and tea plantations
  • Mountain biking
  • Trekking around the communities
  • Rafting, fishing and boat regatta
  • Visit colourful local markets
  • And many more attractions

In North-Central Nigeria (The Middle Belt region)

 

  • Mountain climbing
  • Explore the cultures and traditions of different ethnic groups
  • Explore culture and history in their purest forms in this region
  • Explore the exploits of Mungo Park and the Lander brothers
  • Fishing on the River Niger
  • Visit the confluence point of rivers Niger and Benue.
  • Explore the evolution of Nigeria in our Museums
  • Relax in pristine nature, enjoy scenic places, climb mountains
  • Visit the spot where the name ‘NIGERIA’ was coined by a woman
  • Explore our culinary expertise
  • Visit unique tribes in their traditional setting away from civilization
  • Meet with Afizere and other dancing groups
  • Visit colourful local markets
  • And many more attractions

In South-Western Nigeria (Oduduwa Kingdoms)

 

  • Hiking & Trekking tours
  • Explore slave history and relics
  • Experience Oduduwa kingdoms
  • Bird watching and nature trek
  • Explore cultural and historical remnants of the Dahomey exploits
  • Visit the Osun Grove & Shrine, a UNESCO World heritage site
  • Explore the Yoruba cultures at Ile-Ife, home of legendary Oduduwa
  • Experience the exploits of Oranmiyan
  • Visit the over 500 years old Oke-Idanre settlement on the hills of Idanre
  • Visit one of only 2 suspended lakes in the whole world.
  • Take a bath or swim in a natural warm spring at Ikogosi
  • Visit colourful local markets
  • And many more attractions
     

In South-Eastern Nigeria

 

  • Explore Igbo culture and history
  • Discover the caves and lakes of Nigeria
  • Explore tropical rainforests
  • Visit the Biafra war museum and Ojukwu bunker
  • Experience exploits of various Igbo kingdom warlords
  • Enjoy colourful festivals and events
  • Enjoy a plethora of local dishes and best culinary experience
  • Bird watching and nature trek
  • Enjoy a rich display of Masquerade dances
  • Visit colourful local markets
  • Explore Slave history and relics
  • Learn a trade, cook a dish and learn a dance with fascinating local people
  • And many more attractions

 

 

 

In South-South Nigeria (The Niger Delta region)

 

  • Explore the culture and history of various ethnic people
  • Discover the first of Nigeria’s oil rig at Oloibiri
  • Explore tropical rainforests and creeks
  • Visit Opobo, the town of King Jaja
  • Enjoy Mountain hikes and rides
  • Enjoy colourful festivals and events
  • Enjoy a plethora of local dishes and best culinary experience
  • Bird watching and nature trek on a canopy walkway
  • Enjoy a rich display of Masquerade dances
  • Visit colourful local markets
  • Search for lowland gorillas and other endemic species at the Cross River National Park
  • Explore Slave history and relics
  • Enjoy scenic beauty and undulating hills
  • Walk in the clouds at Obudu cattle ranch
  • Take a cable ride or a boat ride
  • Go fishing with the locals
  • Swimming and beach relaxation
  • And many more attractions
     

 

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