Megan Fowler Bridge
The Chad Basin National Park
About Chad Basin National Park Famous among the farmers, fishermen and herdsmen in the area, the Chad Basin national park spans a total area of 2,258km2. It is a combination of the following reserves: the Chingurmi-Dugoma Game Reserve, Gorgoram and Zurgun Baneri Forest Reserves, and Bulature Oasis. Some of the animals seen in chad basin national park include; the resident black crowned crane (Balearica pavonina) which is in plentiful but is considered vulnerable. The helmeted guineafowl (Numida meleagris) is also plentiful. Demoiselle cranes (Grus virgo) visit in the winter, as well as large numbers of white storks (Ciconia ciconia). Safety This is a very safe location but guests are advised not to feed the animals alone. Things to Do/What to Bring Enjoy the tropical sun and the spectacular view of the animals moving about freely in the park. Cameras and a picnic set can be taken along to the park. Best features Variety of wildlife on show which makes for a spectacular viewing. Most Common Visitors Tourists, Fun seekers, Nature enthusiasts, researchers. Why You Should Visit Its closeness to nature, the relaxing ambience.
The Olumo Rock
About The Olumo Rock Derived from the Yoruba word for 'under the rock', this spot has become the word association - at least where tourism is concerned - with the city of Abeokuta, Ogun State. It is one of the most popular attractions in Nigeria. Behind the sheds of the popular itokun market are structures which serves as the habitats of craftsmen and traders. The locals at the olumo rock are very welcoming and make the whole visit all the more exciting by taking tourists through the dyeing process amongst other things. History of The Olumo Rock During the intertribal wars of the 19th century, the egba people found safety in the olumo rock. The substructure was given a new look in 2006 and some of the things that accompanied the new look of the rock includes; a new restaurant, museum, a water fountain, and the ancient Itoku market where craftsmen and traders go about the daily market activities. Safety This is a very safe location. Things to Do and What to Bring Things to do at the olumo rock include climbing the mountain on a man-made stairs carved into the mountain and rocks. Guests are advised to go along with cameras to take beautiful photos that which will be added to their photo albums and bring back magnificent memories. Also, a water bottle is needed during the climb up the mountain. Best Features The Olumo rock has folklore of the egba people and guests would be taken through it by a guide who is available on site. The rock itself is a sight to behold and the the Ogun river is also a must-see. Best Time to Visit The Olumo Rock The site is always filled with tourists from around the world during the festive periods as a lot of people look forward to being captivated by the folklore of the egba people. Most Common Visitors The most common visitors are tourists from different parts of the world, also, archeologists are seen here. Weather at The Olumo Rock The Olumo Rock is located in the South-West part of Nigeria. This region has just two seasons which are the dry and rainy season.The rainy season comes from the month of May till early August while the dry season comes from the month of October till April. Usually, between the month of December and February Harmattan comes along.
About Zuma Rock The quickest way to see this grand monolith is by looking at the 100 naira note. It should inspire you enough to want to see the real thing. Welcome to Abuja! Zuma rock was a safe haven for the Gbagyi during the intertribal wars when they were encroached upon by neighbouring tribes. Zuma rock rises 725 metres (2,379 ft) above its surroundings. It is sometimes called the "Gateway to Abuja". Safety This is a very safe place to be. Things to Do/ What to Bring It is a great environment to have a picnic and also for relaxation. Guests are advised to go with a camera and a picnic box. Best Features There is a natural shape in the rock that depicts a human face with eyes, a nose and mouth. The top of the rock catches fire when it rains. Best Time to Visit Zuma Rock The best time to visit Zuma rock is during the weekends when there a lot of people visiting to have a nice time. Most Common Visitors The most common visitors are tourist, people who just want to have a good time and archeologists. Why You should Visit To be taken aback by the top of the rock when it rains and also see the face on the rock.
Cross River National Park
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.
The Bar Beach, Lagos
Looking for sun and sand in Lagos? Let the wind sweep across your face as you join fun-seeking Lagosians by the Lagos Bar Beach, Victoria Island. Bring a friend!
Yankari National Park
This lush tribute to nature lies in Bauchi and it a lodestone to visitors from across the world looking to reconnect with mother nature in all her dashing splendor. Come for the beauty, stay for the breath-taking wildlife. Everybody is welcome.
Seven days Adventist
A metonymy for Nigeria's power house, this 400-meter monolith sits on the outskirts of Abuja in the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria. This regal stone is surrounded by Nigeria's most important buildings: the presidential complex, the National Assembly and the Supreme Court. Here's trivia for you: "Aso" means victory, and it is significant to the (now displaced) people of Asokoro ('people of Victory.')
Ikogosi Warm Springs
About Ikogosi Warm Springs 'You are hot, and you are cold.' Lyrics? No. The Ikogosi warm springs has two streams (hot and cold) flowing side by side, meeting at a confluence each - of which keeps it thermal properties and then flowing out. With its lush vegetations and resorts, it has become a prime tourist destination. Researches indicate that the warm spring has a temperature of 70 degrees celsius at its origin and 37 degreses celsius at its confluence. History of Ikogosi Warm Springs Ikogosi Warm Springs was discovered in 1952. It is notable as a prime tourist destination consisting of two side by side springs (warm and cold). Safety This is a very safe location. Things to Do/What to Bring Relax and be amused by the wonders of nature. Visitors can go along with a keg to the resort to fetch the warm water because of their belief in the efficacy as an elixir of skin ailment, aches, infertility, arthritis and hypertension. Best Features The hot and cold springs flowing side by side and meeting at a confluence. Most Common Visitors The most common visitors are tourists. Why You Should Visit To enjoy nature and fetch water from the warm spring. Weather at Ikogosi Warm Spring kogosi Warm Spring is located at Ekiti which is in the South-West region of the country. This region experience two seasons which are the rainy and dry season. The rainy season come heavily from the month of May, June, July. While the dry season usually comes between the month of October up until April
Erin Ijesha Waterfalls
Upon the dip of an enormous cleft plummets a clear river with seven levels. Erin Ijesha waterfall located in Osun state is renowned for its ambience and beautiful scenery. Everyone is welcome to splash around.
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.
Mambilla plateau is home to Nigeria and West Africa's only highland tea plantations. Located in the serene state of Taraba, Mambilla plateau is a haven for mountain climbers, nature lovers, picnic lovers or adventure seekers. Its cool ambience and beautiful scenery serve to welcome interested visitors.
Owu waterfall is the highest and most spectacular natural waterfall in West Africa. With its Ambience, cool environs and lush tributes to nature, everyone is invited for a dip.
La Campagne Tropicana Beach
Located away from the stress of Lagos, La campagne Tropicana beach invites visitors to come enjoy the ambience of the Atlantic ocean or the relaxing waters of the fresh lake while unwinding from the stress of Lagos.
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