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Place's to visit in Nigeria

When you travel to Nigeria, you will love to visit popular tourist spots and enjoy the local culture. Amongst other Things to do in Nigeria, you can surely explore some of the best things to do in Nigeria to make your trip a fulfilling one. On a trip to Nigeria things to do can include exploring Nigeria attractions and visiting the places of interest.

Jhalobia Recreation Park & Gardens

The park is spread across a 2 acre land and is very beautiful. The park consists of green lawns, gazebos, a walk way, topiary with attractive shapes, waterfalls, sculptures, fountains, ponds, rock gardens and children’s playground. The park is mainly used for ceremonies, parties, seminars, religious retreats, school visits, picnics or simply a quiet hangout and relaxing spot for tourists.

Christianity and Islam

Christianity and Islam are the most widely followed religions. Nigeria has the largest Muslim population in Africa. Islam is followed and dominated the northern part of Nigeria and there are many supports in the south western region and among the Yoruba tribe. Christianity (both Catholics and Protestants) are found majorly in the cities of Ibibio, Annang, and the Efik. There is a small percentage of people following the traditional Nigerian religion.

Breathtaking Agbokim

Waterfalls are present in the Cross River state. These waterfalls are surrounded by vegetation making the area look green and soothing. It is a favorite tourist spot for trekking, swimming and for picnics. Also, situated in the Cross River state is the Obudu Ranch. This place is abundant in waterfalls, greenery and deep valleys. Mandara Mountains and Dimlang Peak which is the highest peak in Nigeria are situated in the Adamawa State.

Benin City National Museum

The museum is located in the Benin City, in King’s Square. The museum displays interesting artifacts from the times of the Benin Empire. These include bronze figures, terracotta and cast iron pieces.

Music and dance

Culture in Nigeria is diverse. The Nigerians still cherish and treasure their traditional and past civilizations languages, music and dance. The inhabitants of Nigeria consist of 500 ethnic groups of which the largest ones are Igbo, Yoruba, Fulani and Hausa.More than 250 languages are spoken across Nigeria however English is considered as the official language. The Nigeria culture gives a lot of importance to many local activities and professions such as Pottery,

TaiwoOlowo’s Monument

Lagos Island in Nigeria has the country’s most amazing and interesting landmarks. TaiwoOlowo’s Monument has the tomb of Chief Daniel Conrad Taiwo. This monument is said to be built by melting many and thousands of copper pennies.

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