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Nigeria Tourism Guide

The Most Popular places

Nigeria is commonly visited by tourists who wish to participate in its cultural celebrations and festivals, of which there are many! The country is blessed with a myriad of cultures and peoples besides its rainforests on the Niger Delta, waterfalls and other attractions.

Lagos is the capital of Nigeria housing more than half of the Nigerian population, more than 50% of the Nigerian Newspaper publishers and is commercial house of Nigeria too. Since it is one the beach coast, you have a full view of the Victoria Island. Other sights in Lagos Nigeria include Badagry the forst missionary post in the country, Lekki conservancy centre, Jakara Market on Lagos Island, the national museum, Eyo Masquerade and so much more. Other interesting cities in Nigeria include Osun, Abuja, Kaduna, Enugu and Cross River among others.


The Ogbunike Caves


Agbokim Waterfalls

Soap Stones Images

Esie Museum


… replaced Lagos as the federal capital. Lagos, however, remained the unofficial seat of many government agencies.

Abuja is the Capital of Nigeria. It lies in the central part of Nigeria, in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT; created 1976). The city is approximately 300 miles (480 km) northeast of Lagos, the former capital (until 1991). During the 1980s the new capital city was built and developed on the grass-covered Chukuku Hills