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Unmissable Attractions in Nigeria Part 2

Nigeria has a lot of attractions in her 36 states. These are 10 of them.

Unmissable Attractions in Nigeria Part 2

Nigeria has unlimited attractions to offer whether you’re a  visitor or you live here. Here are unmissable sites across Nigeria that you have to travel so that you can say you truly live or lived here. Whatever the case might be, Nigeria has got you covered all the way.

Miss part one? Don’t fret! click here to read.

  • Ikogosi Warm Springs

    Hot meets cold at this geological wonder of spring. The results? A confluence with fantastical healing properties amid a thrilling scenery.

  • Erin Ijesha Waterfalls

    Erin Ijesha Waterfalls, also known as “Olumirin Waterfalls,” is located in Erin Ijesha in Osun State. Visit as talking about it cannot explain this wonderful attraction.

  • Oguta Lake

    The Oguta Lake is five miles long and is considered Nigeria’s largest natural lake. The locals are known to call it “Ogbuide” or “Uhamiri.”

  • Farin Ruwa Falls

    Farin Ruwa Falls also known as The “White Water” is one of the highest waterfalls in Nigeria at a total height of 150 meters and is located in Wamba, Nasarawa. If you brave the tasking journey to arrive there, you’ll be amazed at the beautiful view.

  • Nok Settlement, Jaba

    One of Africa’s oldest and extremely popular discoveries, the Nok civilization was made in this rural settlement.

  • Abuja Arts and Crafts Village

    You can find all sorts of fabulous arts, crafts, jewellery, souvenirs, and other indigenous handmade designs in this village.

  • Yankari National Park

    Flora, fauna, wildlife, warm springs, and tons of history are some of the attractive features of this national park.

  • Ogbunike Caves

    Shoes are not allowed for this as visitors descend into the mythical caves. It is said that footwear is not allowed because of its historical and spiritual significance.

  • Obudu Mountain Resort

    This resort is located on the Obudu Plateau and it has a dreamlike scenery and modern facilities that make it one of the top holiday spots in Nigeria.

  • Ngwo Pine Forest

    Ngwo’s pine haven provides visitors with a fun maze, cool shade, long, refreshing breaths of air, and wide stretches of beautiful greenery.



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