Nigeria is a country that is endowed with natural resources. Among those blessings include mineral deposits, good climate and culture. Besides, all this it might also interest you to know that world’s largest diversity of butterflies are haboured in Nigeria. There are also several beautiful places in Nigeria, where you can appreciate the beauty of nature while having fun and enjoying yourself. There are also several tourist attraction centers, captivating scenery that those within and travelers could feed their eyes on, spend wonderful time with their family on vacation, even as they bond together. However, we have put together 7 beautiful places to visit in Nigeria, and they are as follows:
1.Eko Atlantic City:
Eko Atlantic, officially Nigeria International Commerce city, also known as Eko Atlantic City, or the initials E.A.C. and E.A. It is a planned city of Lagos State, Nigeria, being constructed on land reclaimed from the Atlantic Ocean. Upon completion, the new peninsula is anticipating at least 250,000 residents and a daily flow of 150,000 commuters. The development is also designed to help in stopping the erosion of Lagos city’s coastline.
This beautiful city will house alot of people in Nigeria. It house some incredible structures like ; the pearl tower, Azuri towers , Alpha 1 tower, arkland AA tower, Anglican church of all nation, Eko energy estate and Eko village.
An apartment at pearl tower goes for a million dollars.
2. Bonny island (NLNG):
Bonny Island is situated at the southern edge of Rivers State in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. It is near Port Harcourt. Ferries are the main form of transport to and from the island. The local language spoken on Bonny Island is Ibani. Many natives also speak the Igbo language.
The Island host a multinational oil company called NLNG. Nigeria LNG Limited (NLNG) is a liquefied natural gas (LNG) producing company and a liquefied natural gas plant on Bonny Island, Nigeria. They have an uninterrupted light for more than 20 years now.
The Residential Area (RA) is a beautiful place to be with non stop water supply, free WIFI, Clean roads, free transport system, free airplane bookings and other benefits. This benefits are eligible for their staffs. This is one island most people don’t know about.
3. Olumo Rock:
Touring Abeokuta without vising the famous Olumo Rock is incomplete. No surprise that this rock is located in Abeokuta, meaning ‘under the rock’ as has been one of the choice tourist attractions in Nigeria. Olumo Rock has long served as a rock of offence and a fortress for the people of Egba Land, since the 19th century.
4. Hi-Impact Planet:
Hi-impact Planet is a world-class amusement park with thrilling outdoor rides and exciting indoor games positioned for children, teenagers and parents. It has an amusement, theme park and resort on the outskirts of Lagos but located in Ogun State along the Lagos–Ibadan Expressway. It opened to the public in December, 2015.
4. Zuma rock:
Zuma Rock is a large natural monolith, an igneous intrusion composed of gabbro and granodiorite, in Niger State, Nigeria. It is located immediately west of Nigeria’s capital Abuja, along the main road from Abuja to Kaduna off Madala, and is sometimes referred to as the “Gateway to Abuja from Suleja”. Zuma Rock rises approx. 300 metres (980 ft) above its surroundings.
5. Lekki Conversational Center:
The Centre was established in 1990 to serve as biodiversity conservation icon and environment education centre. The facility was built by the Chevron Corporation for the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF), as a reserved sanctuary for the rich flora and fauna of the Lekki Peninsula. The company has since provided annual funding for the management of the Centre. It have this incredible features. The longest canopy walkway in Africa , the famous giant tortoise ,relaxation center and lot more.
6. Yankari Game Reserve:
The Yankari Game Reserve in Bauchi state, is another tourist site that should not be left unvisited. At the reserve, you will be captivated by the number of activities you can participate in. Marvel at the largest herd of elephants in the country, embark on a guided safari tour and explore the tropical forests. At the Reserve, you’ll find different varieties of animal species.
7. Kajuru Castle:
Kajuru Castle is a luxury villa, built between the years 1981 and 1989, at Kajuru (Ajure) village in southern Kaduna State, Nigeria. It was built by a German expatriate in Nigeria, living in Kaduna at the time.
The castle is located at about 45 km from Kaduna on a mountaintop in Kajuru (Ajure) village, Kaduna State. Built with 1 meter thick granite stone in a fanciful medieval-inspired Romanesque style, it is adorned with turrets, an armory and a dungeon. The castle is privately owned, and has the capacity to host 150 guests.
This are some beautiful places to visit in Nigeria. Invest in Nigeria today.