Bida brass works
It is often said that before you can marry a woman in Bida, you have to pay the brass price. Bida which is home to beautiful brass works hopes to tell the story of its people via artistic expressions of copper and zinc.
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.
Asa dam in all its splendor is the largest source of portable drinking water for the Kwara community and also the source of water for irrigation, Fisheries and Live stock development.
Very few people know that Nigeria used to have active volcanoes - and some of the great spewers can still be found, now dormant, in several parts of the country. One of these is the glorious, noble, Biu Plateau.
Kura falls is the perfect get away destination for people seeking solace from urbanization or just looking to appreciate the aesthetics of mother nature.
Farin Ruwa falls
Not many falls in Africa drop more than the popular Victoria falls, and one of the few that does is the glorious Farin Ruwa falls which is a popular site for picnics and bird watching.
Shere Hills with one of the highest peaks in Plateau is a popular destination for mountain climbers, adventure seekers, and campers.
Owo museum of antiquities
Located In the palace of the Olowo monarch, the Owo museum is the link between the past and the present with the aim of passing on history to future generations.
Cave of Ashes Isarun
Not many people know that a cave in Ondo played a huge role in the documentation of the archaeological history of West Africa with the discovery of bones of pre historic man dated as far back as 9200B.C. The Cave of Ashes is a must see for tourists, historians and archaeologists.
The Ebomi Lake also known as the bottomless lake is an ideal destination for tourists, photographers and nature lovers with its beautiful scenery and range of available wild life.
Igbo Olodumare is famed to be home to demons, spirits and other supernatural beings. Located in Ondo state, adventurers, tourists are welcome to confirm this myth, after all, seeing is believing.
New Africa Shrine
A lover of Afro beat music or looking for a place to hang for the night? The African shrine is the place to be. With its range of performing musicians and indoor games, you are sure of a good time.
Atican beach is tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Lagos and is the perfect spot for picnics, relaxing and unwinding.
Kalakuta Republic Museum
The Kalakuta museum is a 'living history' museum that gives an insight into the life and struggle of the late afrobeat legend Fela Anikulapo Kuti.
Freedom Park is a Memorial and Leisure Park dedicated to the preservation of the Lagos colonial heritage and history of Her Majesty's Board Street prison.
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