Nigeria can boast of its natural riches in the country: long beaches with blue ocean, rivers and lakes, enchanting tropical forests, breathtaking waterfalls, and a tranquil environment. Traveling to Nigeria, the West African country, will also surprise you with exceptional cultural diversity, with about 250 different nations and tribes living here.
Abuja, the capital of Nigeria, is a relatively young city founded in the 20th-century end. It is a fairly modern and contemporary city with no stagnant antique buildings, and the magnificent Zumo rock as a city symbol stays at the city’s backdrop. The cozy Millennium Park is a place for wonderful and relaxing walks.
Do not miss the chance to get to know wildlife rhythms in national parks and reservations. You will be able to admire wildlife and flora during the safari. Nigeria’s Garghi National Park is the largest and most diverse natural park in Nigeria. And after the wild safari, you can take a break in a Wikk’s warmth spring, which is known by fresh, clear, and up to 31 ° C warm water.
Seven Olumirin Falls – another eye-catching object for trips to Nigeria. This waterfall consists of seven cascades, so climbing up the forest paths along the waterfalls will take you to the unstoppable jungle orchestra.
Although Nigeria is one of the poorest countries in the world, it is full of fabulous natural treasures. These treasures attract the most daring travelers from all corners of the world.