Top Tourist Attractions in Nigeria WorldTourStore

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Top Tourist Attractions in Nigeria WorldTourStore


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Top Tourist Attractions in Nigeria | Buzzing cosmopolitan cities to cool coastal towns and interesting cultures to delicious food – with all this and more Nigeria is an exciting place to visit. It is the most populous country in Africa and thrives on its lively culture and traditions. With burgeoning tech industries and ever-growing oil production the country has also emerged as an economic powerhouse in Africa. Via direct flights to Lagos just head to the cities like Lagos and Abuja and you’ll have an intriguing café culture lovely art scene and pulsating nightlife to enjoy. The north is dominated by ancient cities while the southern coastline feature many peaceful beaches. Head to Calabar for an interesting peek into Harbour and slave monuments or take a cool mountain escape to Tinapa. Indulge in the cosmopolitan charms of Lagos or explore rich flora fauna of Lekki Forest Reserve – there is a lot to enjoy during your trip to Nigeria. If you’re an adventure buff plan a visit to Enugu to explore its mountainous beauty or try exciting adventures. The region is also famous for its interesting traditional and colourful festivals. Wildlife lovers would have a great time at Kainji National Park. Major Airports in Nigeria With five international airports Nigeria enjoys a good connectivity with the rest of the world. Murtala Muhammed International Airport near Lagos is the primary international gateway to the country. You have option of cheapest flight London to Lagos Nigeria. It is served by several renowned airlines including Virgin Atlantic KLM Turkish Airlines Lufthansa and Etihad. If you’re coming from London Virgin Atlantic offers direct flights to this Nigerian airport. Tourists visiting the capital city Abuja or its surrounding area should book their flights to Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport. Other major airports in Nigeria which are well functioning include Dutse International Airport and Asaba International Airport.

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Visa Requirement and Travel Essentials British passport holders visiting Nigeria would need a valid visa. Your passport should be valid for at least 6 months from your travel dates. For more and updated info- please visit FCO’s official website Travellers flying to Nigeria are advised to go through the political conditions before deciding their itinerary. Please note that there are certain issues prevailing in the Northern and Central Nigeria. Major cities like Lagos and Abuja are pretty safe however. When you’re there make sure you follow the local rules and regulations. Don’t visit isolated areas after sunset. And avoid falling in unnecessary brawls.

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