The result of four former forest reserves, the Cross River National Park is made of two parts: the Oban and the Okwangwo. You might have recognized the name from its affiliations with the prized gorillas. Visitors are welcome, we hear.
Agbokim waterfall is a seven faced wonder consisting of seven streams cascading over steep cliffs, with its lush vegetation and picturesque scenery, it is ideal for picnics, bird watching and meditation.
It matters little if you're a local or international tourist: Obudu Mountain Resort will welcome you with open arms. Come for the horse riding, the bird watching the sporting facilities, the natural swimming pool. Stay for the delightful accommodation and hotels.
The first pan African business and leisure resort welcomes guests to come in and relax, enjoy our wide range of facilities and also enjoy the ambience of Calabar.
Did you know that the endangered Cross river gorilla when threatened by the presence of human beings throws sticks and dirt?
The National museum calabar designed and built in Glasgow by colonial masters is home to souvenirs from slave trade. Come in to educate yourself about the history of our forefathers.
Marina Resort is the fresh breath of air needed to relax from stress, with its wide range of facilities ranging from the slave museum to restaurants to lounges, you are assured of a fun filled educative experience.
The Drill ranch and rehabilitation center is a wild life sanctuary that hopes to preserve and ensure continuity of the endangered primate species drills. It serves to rehabilitate drills with members of their species and also provides a safe haven for orphaned chimpanzees.
A visit through here is a walk down history to the slave trade era witnessed by the people of Calabar and its environs
A trip to Calabar cannot be complete without visiting and sampling the meals the best restaurant in Calabar has to offer. Pop in with friends and enjoy Calabar's hospitality and local cuisine.
Offering both business and leisure perks, Tinapa is the one-stop center where all needs are met regardless of age, sex or work. Located immediately outside the city of Calabar, it is one of the major tourist attractions in Nigeria.
Being developed to include a convention centre, hotel, recreational facilities and golf course with clubhouse, nature reserve, hospital and a variety of residential units, Summit Hills is proposed to be Calabar's showpiece
Kwa falls is a spectacular waterfall characterized by a narrow steep gorge from top to bottom. The sparkling waters plunge down to form a pool ideal for a variety of water sports. Everyone Is welcome for a dip.
Called Akwanshi or Atal or Alaptal by the locals, the Ikom Monoliths are a series of volcanic stone structures numbering about 350, phallic in form and distributed among over 30 communities in Ikom
Named after one of the foremost Nigerian women's rights activist and social mobilizer, Margaret Ekpo, this relatively busy airport services the needs of travelers to and fro the 'Nations's Paradise'.
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