The Beautiful Tourist attractions in Nigeria.
National Mosque, Abuja
The National Mosque is located in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital city. The mosque was built in 1984 under the administration of then-president, Shehu Shagari. The mosque consists of two domes and four minarets and is open to all members of the public.
Obudu Mountains, Cross River
This mountain range located in Cross River is home to the Obudu Cattle Ranch and Obudu Mountain Resort. It covers a wide expanse of land and is one of the top tourist destinations in Nigeria. It is a six-hour drive from Calabar, Cross Rivers capital.
Kajuru Castle, Kaduna
Kajuru Castle is a medieval-style castle located in Kaduna State. The castle was built by a German expatriate and was completed in 1989 taking over 8 years to build. It is a 45-minute drive from Kaduna and currently serves as a resort for tourists.
Owu Waterfall, Kwara
Located in Kwara State, Owu Waterfall is one of the tallest waterfalls in West Africa at a height of 120 meters with a 330 feet drop into an ice-cold pool below. It is one of Nigeria’s natural wonders as its existence is said to be untraceable.
First Storey Building, Badagry
This historic attraction was completed in 1842 by the Church Missionary Society. The building would later become occupied by its first African bishop, Samuel Ajayi Crowther who is most popularly known for translating the bible into Yoruba
Sumu Wildlife Park, Bauchi
Gashaka Gumti National Park, Taraba
Gashaka Gumti is the largest National Park in Nigeria covering an area of 6,402 sq km. The park is located on the Nigerian border with Cameroon and is also home to the highest point in Nigeria, Chappal Waddi which stands at about 2,500 meters.
Agbokim Waterfalls, Cross River
Agbokim Waterfall is located in Ikom, Cross River. The waterfall consists of 7 streams that cascade into a pool below. It is surrounded by lush greenery and is a major hiking destination in Cross River state located 315 km from Calabar.
Gurara Falls, Niger
Zuma Rock, Niger
Zuma Rock is a large monolith and is one of the most notable tourist attractions in Nigeria. It is located in Suleja, Niger State, and is about 30 minutes from Nigeria’s capital Abuja. It is referred to as the gateway to Abuja and stands at about 300 meters.
Lekki Conservation Center, Lagos
Ngwo Pine Forest, Enugu
Ngwo Pine Forest is a pine forest located in Enugu along the Old Enugu-Onitsha Road. It is a scenic hiking destination and it is also home to the famous Awhum waterfall and limestone caves.
Wikki Warm Springs, Bauchi
These warm springs are located within the Yankari National Park and Game Reserve in Bauchi State. The spring is a result of geothermal activity within the park and maintains a constant temperature of 32 degrees making it perfect for swimming.