Nigeria is one of the countries of the world that is blessed with unique tourist attractions. In fact, tourism is one of the major sources of revenue in Nigeria. It is quite unfortunate that many Nigerians are missing out on these blessings left for our own enjoyment by God.
It is also surprising that some foreigners are even in better positions to tell an average Nigerian the most interesting places to visit in his own country.
1. Olumo Rock (Ogun state)
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Visit Olumo rock and you’ll be left many days pondering over the wonders lavished on the earth that we are living in.
Olumo rock is located in Abeokuta town of Ogun state.’ Abeokuta’ is a name which means ‘Under the Rock’. The town itself has a considerable deposit of huge rocky mountains, but the most thrilling of all is that of Olumo. Don’t dare miss it!
2. Obudu Mountain Resort (Cross River state)
When it comes to sites worthy of beholding, the Obudu Mountain Resort Ranks top on the list.
I’ve been there personally and I bet You will want to become a full-time vacationer by the time you set your foot at the Obudu Mountain Resort.
The good thing about this tourist site is the variety you find there. The awesome landscape view from the cable car, the waterfalls, the especially cool temperature, the canopy walkway… It’s such a dazzling experience that you’ll regret missing it even while in the grave!
3. Yankari National Park (Bauchi state)
Yankari is one of the most popular destinations for tourists in Nigeria. Do not allow the current insecurity in Northern Nigeria to deter you from getting to see this rare game park.
A lot of the endangered species of animals scarcely found anywhere in the country are actually still in existence at Yankari National Park. You will get to see some animals you never dreamed were even in existence. The wonderful thing about the entire story is the way these animals are kept and taken care of in large numbers like they’ve never been wild animals.
This is just a tip of the iceberg; don’t stay back, you need to see for yourself.
4. Waterfall Arochukwu Town (Abia state)
The ancient town of Arochukwu may be the last place to ever cross your mind when it comes to touring, but I tell you that you’ve missed something great for so long and should not continue to.
If you are someone who values and cherishes nature and rich culture, Arochukwu is one of the best places for you to see. There are caves, waterfalls, and lots of mind-blowing nature wonders and structures of our cultural heritage there.
5. Osun Sacred Grove (Osun state)
Some refer to this grove as the cradle of the Yoruba cultural traditions. The dense forest of the Osun Sacred Grove is one of the last remnants of primary high forest in southern Nigeria.
Wondering why it should be listed as one of the top places you should visit before joining your ancestors? A traveler is ten times well-informed than a reader! It contains the most extraordinary wood carvings that will blow your mind and leave you stunned.
Posted By, Shubham Sharma
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