Culture and Tourism

Nigeria is a vast country with enormous tourist attraction that visitors will find interesting. A land blessed with different vegetation belts and fascinating Beaches, Game parks, Waterfalls, Museums, Historical relics, Festivals, Music and Dances. It also offers visitors varying weather conditions from North to South, with beautiful scenery like undulating Hills, Lowlands, Lakes, Rivers and Plateaus.

Culture and Tourism

Yankari Game Reserve

This Game Reserve is located in Bauchi State and it offers tourists with wide range of animals, reptiles and birds. It also has a warm spring gushing out of a cliff that satisfies the recreational needs of visitors.

Obudu Cattle Ranch

This is situated in Cross River State, Nigeria and is on a land area of about 10,240 hectares, with a semi-temperate climate providing ideal holiday resort to tourists. The ranch has fascinating scenery of rolling grasslands, deep wooden valleys and waterfalls. The ranch also provides visitors with recreational facilities such as Golf, Badminton, Squash, Horse riding and Lawn tennis.
Culture and Tourism
Culture and Tourism

Owu Falls

This spectacular and fascinating waterfall with a crystal clear ice cold water has a thundering fall of 140 meters and it is located around Ilorin - Lokoja road in Kwara State.

Mambilla Plateau

The picturesque Mambilla Plateau that can be found in the southeast corner of Taraba State shares a border with Cameroon. The Mambilla Plateau is a high grassland plateau that averages about 1800 meters. The Mambilla Plateau is an exclusive topographic area with some of the biggest and highest mountains in Nigeria – some of the peaks are over 1840m.
Culture and Tourism
Culture and Tourism

Argungu Fishing Festival

This Festival has become a national festival celebrated at the Matan Fada grand fishing river in Argungu Local Government of Kebbi State. The Festival features, aside from fishing competition, Motor Rally, Agricultural shows, Traditional wrestling and Boxing. The Festival is celebrated between February and March every year and it attracts visitors from far and near.

Olumo Rock

This spectacular rock is located in Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria. The Caves and Rocks are considered by the indigenes (Egba) as source of Sanctuary and protection against enemies.
Culture and Tourism