Located in the serene environment of Ikeja, this is an integrated entertainment center offering a hotel, boutique, spa and wellness center and a lounge. Everyone is welcome....we hear.
Le Meridien Ibom Golf Resort aims to give you the perfect holiday experience in Akwa Ibom state, with emphasis on relaxation and leisure. With a world class golf course, tennis court and swimming pool, you are bound to leave feeling refreshed.
The Abuja airport named after the first president of Nigeria, Nnamdi Azikwe, is the main airport serving the capital city. It has both an international and a domestic terminal which share the same runway.
Named after one of Nigeria's most celebrated leaders, this is the busiest airport in Nigeria. With its two terminals which both run on the same runway, the airport serves over 10 million passengers yearly.
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'.
The oldest airport in Nigeria, this airport, named after the politician Mallam Aminu, is the main airport servicing the Northern Nigeria presently.
Also called the Enugu airport, this is the largest airport serving the capital city of Enugu and nearby cities.
This airport is named in honor of a former governor and politician-philanthropist, the late Chief Sam Mbakwe of Imo State.
Currently the only airport serving the Delta and Anambra region, it is believed that the entire project cost about N17.5bn.
Akwa Ibom International Airport is one of the landmark projects which attracted accolades to then Governor Godswill Akpabio administration
Named after Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, a former Prime Minister of Nigeria, the airport was constructed in a record 18 months.
This is one of the airports that give access and connects the North-Eastern part of Nigeria to the world.
Known as the third busiest airport in the country after Murtala Mohammed International Airport and Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport, it consists of a single terminal with separate facilities for international and domestic flights.
Serving Sokoto and its neighboring states, this airport serves as the link connecting North-Western Nigeria and the rest of the world.
Recently built along the Bauchi to Gombe road by the village of Lawanti, it is one of the major airports linking Northern Nigeria to the rest of Nigeria.
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