63 points of Interest found
Have you ever heard about Nok art? You have to live it to know it. No amount of literature can capture the culture that has been around for more than 2,500 years. If you are in the area, you should see the minaret - an elevation for sighting incoming enemies, now a prime tourist lodestone.
Kajuru Castle with its ancient themed design is a breath of fresh air in our fast paced modern world.
Kofar Gamji park
Kofar Gamji park with its serenity and beautiful scenery is the perfect getaway spot for picnics, parties or meditation. With the wide range of activities offered, you are assured of a good time.
Kamuku National Park
The Kamuku national park is home to a variety of wild life and fauna and was built to preserve rare plant species. The Kamuku people are notable for their pottery, weaving and mat making.
Emir of Zazzau Palace
The Emir is the traditional ruler of the Zaria Emirate, also known as the Zazzau. The palace located in the old part of Zaria city is close to the Zaria Forest Reserve.
The ear splitting sound as one approaches the fall, the sparkling bubbles of water flowing from atop hard rocks and striking severe at its base to form a pool which flows down the slope to create a rainbow-like mist which appears and disappears and the coolness of the falls are some of the things that add to the scenic beauty that has made the fall a popular tourist destination.
Ahmadu Bello Stadium
This is a 16,000 seating capacity multi-use stadium named after the first and only premier of the Northern Nigeria region, Sir Ahmadu Bello
Fifth Chukker Polo and Country club
Chukker Polo club opens its doors to people interested in a variety of equestrian sports, or in need of veterinary care or just looking to relax in the serene gardens. Come in, there is something for everyone.
Kaduna Golf Club
This seemingly quiet club has won lot more laurels and trophies than any other Nigerian golf club, and most of the best golfers doing great in the country are said to be past members of the club.
Located in the city of Kaduna, this is a tourist site for the populace and also a testament to the superior architectural prowess of the colonial era.
Kaduna River is a major tributary located in central Nigeria and is the major source of fishing and also transportation of local produce.
Kaduna Polo Club
The Castle Lounge
Ahmadu Bello University
This used to be called University of Northern Nigeria before it was named after the Sardauna of Sokoto, Alhaji Sir Ahmadu Bello, the first premier of Northern Nigeria.
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