Best Beautiful Places In Nigeria

Best Beautiful Places In Nigeria

Introduction

Nigeria is located in the Western part of Africa. It is one of the most populous countries with a population of over 200 million people. The country has vastly improved upon its political, economic and security situation to become a very viable destination for tourists. Nigeria is blessed with rich diverse cultural heritage, breathtaking natural environment and rich history that can be explored by tourists from all over the world. Here are some tips to help you plan a trip to this beautiful country;

Ikogosi Warm Springs

Ikogosi Warm Springs is a beautiful natural wonder in Nigeria. It’s located in Ekiti State, and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. The warm springs are made up of mud, carbonate minerals, and sulfur that bubbles out of the earth at temperatures above 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit). The water has been used by local residents for centuries to treat various ailments including arthritis and skin diseases like psoriasis and eczema.

Emotan Statue

The Emotan Statue was built in memory of a woman who was a benefactor to Benin Kingdom during the reign of Oba Ewuare the Great.

She was a trader, who sold food items to palace people. She was also a philanthropist, who gave the Oba good counsel. The Emotan Statue is located at Uselu Palace and stands at 18 meters tall.

Tinubu Square

Tinubu Square, Lagos

Tinubu Square is a popular location in Nigeria’s capital city, Lagos. It is located at the center of Lagos Island and has become one of the city’s most famous landmarks. The square was built in 1852 by the British colonial government as an administrative center for colonial administrators. Today it is home to several important buildings such as The Bank of Ibadan Building and the Nigerian Ports Authority Headquarters Building. Tinubu Square is also known for its many beautiful sculptures and statues depicting various figures from history including El Rufai Road that depicts Nigeria’s first President Nnamdi Azikiwe who led Nigeria during independence from Britain (1960) until 1966; Gani Fawehinmi’s statue which depicts him as one of Nigeria’s greatest political activist fighting against corruption; Barrister Olu Onagoruwa who was Chairman of Nigeria’s senate between 1979 – 1983; and Adeyemi Ajao who was Governor-General under Oba Ogunnowo Oloye Kajenpeyi III during his reign as Oba Eleri Warri II on behalf of his late father Oba Eleri Warri I (1911 – 1989).

Tinubu Square also hosts events like music festivals every year called ‘Chidiland Festival’ which runs annually since 2011 where artists like Wiz Kid perform on stage with fans dancing beside them having fun throughout the night! If you ever visit Lagos then don’t forget to check out this beautiful place!

The Ancient City Of Kano

Kano is Nigeria’s most populous city and the capital of Kano State. It is an ancient city that has grown in size since becoming a major commercial hub for the Hausa states in the 18th century.

Kano was once known as Dala Hill, until it was renamed Kano by its current sultan, Muhammad Rumfa after his rise to power in 1463. It remained the capital of the Hausa states for over 200 years before being replaced by Sokoto, which remains today as one of Nigeria’s largest cities. The oldest parts of Kano are made up of mud-brick buildings with thick walls and high ceilings that provide some shelter from heat or cold – depending on whether you’re near your window or not!

Nigeria National Museum

National Museum

The National Museum, Lagos is one of the major museums in Nigeria. The museum was established in 1894 by the British colonial government and it’s located at Yaba, along Herbert Macaulay Way, Lagos Island.

National Museums and Monuments

The National Commission for Museums & Monuments (NCMM) is an agency of government under the Ministry of Culture & Tourism which aims at conserving historical monuments as well as stimulating public interest in various aspects related to antiquities. The commission was founded under Decree No. 59 of 23rd March 1980 as amended by Decree No. 290/83 issued on 10th September 1983 and Decree No 1222/93 dated 5th December 1993 respectively with effect from 1st January 1994 until 30th June 2001 when an Act was passed establishing NCMM as a statutory body responsible for heritage conservation activities within Nigeria through Federal Government intervention through its Culture Ministry (Federal Ministry Of Tourism And Culture) which makes use of its resources such as museums throughout Nigeria including Abuja National Museum  and also provides technical expertise support services through training opportunities like workshop etc…

Aso Rock

Aso Rock is a large outcrop of granite that dominates the landscape of Abuja, Nigeria. It rises 400 meters above the surrounding landscape and is considered by many to be a symbol of power and authority for Nigeria. The rock was quarried in 1902 and was used as the foundation for what would become the Nigerian government’s seat of power.

Aso Rock features on many postcards from Abuja, but it can also be seen from other parts of Nigeria by air or satellite if you look closely enough!

Yankari National Park

Yankari National Park, located in the south-central part of Bauchi State, northeastern Nigeria, is the largest game reserve in Nigeria. The park was established by the government to protect wildlife and natural resources from exploitation. It covers an area of 1,252 square kilometers (483 square miles) and is home to several natural warm water springs as well as a wide variety of flora and fauna such as elephants, hippos and crocodiles.

There are several species of birds found here including African fish eagle; crested crane; yellow-billed hornbill; yellow-vented bulbul; scaly-feathered finch; goliath heron; Egyptian plover; red-cheeked crombec (a type of bird); blacksmith lapwing (a type of duck); greater spotted eagle; grey crowned crane (another type of bird).

Idanre hill, Ondo State

Idanre Hill is a prominent tourist centre in Nigeria. It is located in the ancient town of Idanre, Ondo State, where a lot of events took place in the pre-colonial era. The hill is also famous for its cocoa trees and palm trees that are found on it.

The history of Idanre Hill goes back to prehistory and has been linked to several versions of legends associated with the creation of earth by gods or deities. According to one legend, it was said that there was once an enormous tortoise which could not lay eggs because it had no suitable place where it could lay them out so they would hatch and grow into young tortoises like itself; this was a problem until one day when one day there came an earthquake which destroyed part of the land causing some cracks here and there then suddenly some water gushed forth from these cracks carrying along with them millions upon millions upon million little black seeds which fell down into those cracks thus creating grooves for each seed to be placed appropriately next time around when another earthquake happens again but this time smaller than before due to fewer cracks created during previous earthquakes now being filled up! Thusly if you looked closely enough you would see all kindsa different typesa’ plants growing all over di place just like today dat’s why dem call dis place Idanre Okunrinbo Town meaning “Land Of Many Hills”.

Lekki Conservation Centre, Lagos State

Lekki Conservation Centre (LCC) is a great place to see the variety of wildlife that Nigeria has to offer. It’s home to a mangrove forest, swamp forest, and rainforest. There are many species of birds, mammals, reptiles and primates that can be found here. Some examples include chimpanzees and monkeys!

There are beautiful places in Nigeria.

Nigeria is home to some of the most breathtaking sites in the world. The country has a large variety of natural and cultural attractions that make it a great place for everyone to visit.

This beautiful nation also holds many popular tourist destinations, such as the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (Lagos), which was named after a former president Nigeria’s second largest city Lagos, where you can find beaches and other natural landscapes. There are many other places like this one so be sure to check them out if you get the chance!

Conclusion

Nigeria is a beautiful country with varied landscapes, wildlife and people. From the mountain ranges of Kaba and Ogun to Benue and Taraba, there are many scenic areas that will take your breath away. In central Nigeria alone there are over ten national parks covering more than 20% of its land area including Yankari Game Reserve which has the largest population elephants in West Africa. Whether you’re looking for a great place to hike or camp out under the stars we hope our list has helped you discover some new places where nature reigns supreme.

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