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Destinations in Nigeria

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Regions in Nigeria

Nigeria’s southwest – The Yoruba and Edo peoples, as well as others, call Lagos home.

Nigeria’s Southeast – Land of the Igbo, Ibibio, and Ijaw peoples, as well as minorities, and hub of the massive oil industry.

Central Nigeria – Transition zone between the southern woodlands and the northern savanna in central Nigeria.

Nigeria’s eastern region – A rural area with numerous natural reserves and hills near the Cameroonian border.

Northern Nigeria, home to the Hausa and Fulani, is nearly entirely Islamic, with Sharia law in place.

Northeastern Nigeria is ruled by the Kanuri tribe.

Cities in Nigeria

  • Abuja — Abuja is Nigeria’s capital, and it has lovely undulating landscape as well as contemporary Nigerian architecture.
  • Benin City is the Edo people’s capital.
  • Calabar — oil region, with the greatest number of butterflies in the world in the surrounding areas.
  • Enugu — the coal city
  • Ibadan is Africa’s biggest city in terms of land area.
  • Kano is an important Hausa metropolis and the northern commercial center.
  • Lagos is Africa’s second most populated metropolis, a former colonial capital, and a massive commercial center.
  • Osogbo is the location of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Sacred Grove of Osun.
  • Port Harcourt is an oil-region port city.

How To Travel To Nigeria

By plane Lagos, Abuja, Kano, and Port Harcourt all have international airports. Arik and Bellview Airlines fly domestically and internationally (to other African nations and London), whereas Aero flies to other African countries. Air Nigeria (formerly known as Virgin Nigeria) has stopped operations. Arik Air currently successfully operates these routes. British Airways...

How To Travel Around Nigeria

It is preferable to go in your own vehicle or a rented automobile (with a driver), although there are other means of transportation available. Nigeria's road networks are rather inadequate in comparison to those of North America and Europe, although they are often passable. The "okada" (motorcycle) is not...

Visa & Passport Requirements for Nigeria

To enter Nigeria, foreign people who are not citizens of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) must apply for a visa. This may be acquired online and then finalized in Nigerian embassies, high commissioners, and consulates throughout the globe. In certain countries, such as the United Kingdom,...

Accommodation & Hotels in Nigeria

Almost all hotels in Nigeria demand payment before issuing a key. This is true even at the Sheraton and Hilton. Typically, you will be asked to pay 125 percent of the hotel cost, which will be returned when you settle the bill at the end of your stay. If...

Things To See in Nigeria

Lagos: Bar Beach, Badagary Beach, Tarkwa bay BeachLekki Forest Reserve - a nice little fenced-off and interesting patch of tropical rainforest with wooden walkways located on the outskirts of the city (ask a taxi to take you to "across from Chevron Oil Company (who financed much of the refurbishment...

Food & Drinks in Nigeria

Food in Nigeria Traditional food comes in a variety of flavors. For instance, in the Niger Delta, afang soup, okra soup, owo soup, and starch, plantain (fried, boiled, roasted), pepper soup, amala, eba, efo, pounded yam (iyan - Yoruba for "pounded yam" pronounce " ee-yarn"), jollof rice, ground nut soup,...

Money & Shopping in Nigeria

The naira (symbol:, ISO 4217 code: NGN) is Nigeria's currency. In August 2012, the exchange rate was €1=NGN214. Banknotes are issued in denominations of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, and 1,000, and inflation is usually in the double digits. It is recommended that you exchange all of your...

Festivals & Holidays in Nigeria

Public holidays HolidayDateNotesNew Year's Day1 JanuaryCommemorates the beginning of the calendar year.Women's Day8 MarchCommemorates Women's contributions to society internationally.Workers' Day1 MayCommemorates Workers' labor movementinternationally.Children's Day27 MaySchool holiday for Children.Democracy Day29 MayCommemorates the return to Democracy in Nigeria.Independence Day1 OctoberCommemorates the Independence of Nigeria from Britain.Christmas Day25 DecemberChristian holiday commemorating the...

Traditions & Customs in Nigeria

Some languages offer various methods for someone to address someone older than themselves if you are speaking the language. You never give anything to someone, particularly an adult or someone older than you, with your left hand. It is seen as an insult. If someone is seated with their legs...

Internet & Communications in Nigeria

Nigeria's country code is 234. When dialing from Nigeria, dial +9 (followed by the) International Code (followed by the) phone digit digits. Callers dial +234 (followed by the) phone digit digits when dialing into Nigeria. In Nigeria, there is also a business named Elixir Communication Worldwide that sells mobile phones to...

Language & Phrasebook in Nigeria

English is the official language of Nigeria. That may seem comforting, but Nigerian English may be very different. Most Nigerians use pidgin English, which may differ significantly from standard English owing to the inclusion of local slang and accent. Consider American Creoles in the Louisiana area, or the exaggerated (but...

Culture Of Nigeria

Literature Many important works of post-colonial literature in English have been written by Nigerians. Wole Soyinka, the first African Nobel Laureate in Literature, and Chinua Achebe, well known for the book Things Fall Apart and his contentious criticism of Joseph Conrad, are two of Nigeria's most well-known authors. Other globally renowned...

History Of Nigeria

Early (500 BC – 1500) Northern Nigeria's Nok civilization thrived between 500 BC and AD 200, creating life-sized clay figurines that are among the oldest known sculptures in Sub-Saharan Africa. Kano and Katsina, located farther north, have a documented history going back to about 999 AD. As trade routes between...

Stay Safe & Healthy in Nigeria

Stay Safe in Nigeria Foreign oil workers have been kidnapped on numerous occasions. Due to ethnic tensions, anarchy, and the present operations of Islamist organizations such as Boko Haram, many foreign governments warn against traveling to parts of Northern and Central Nigeria. Boko Haram is a terrorist organization that may...

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