Nigeria is a country in West Africa. The West African country has a total population of 195 million people. Nigeria is rich in tourist places like landmarks and conversation centres. Here are some top tourist destination in Nigeria;


The slave history museum was established in the year 2011. The slave trade museum is a place that reflects on the historical event of Nigeria. The slave trade museum is located at Marina Resort, Calabar.
The museum is really a place to visit in Calabar and have to spend some time learning so much on the slave trade activity in the country.

Many slaves were conveyed out of the country through the Calabar seas and this museum shows us how they were being transported and the life of these slaves on their journey to live with their new masters. The museums also have some audio presentation and stage by stage adventure by the slaves. 

The slave trade museum serves as one of the best slave museums in the country and exposes so much to our interest. No Pictures are allowed in the museum, as you would be guided through by a Tour Guide.
The slave trade museum made use of sculptures to make the representation of history in such a beautiful and historical fashion.


Yankari National Park is a large wildlife park located in Bauchi State, Nigeria. The south-central part of the state plays host to the famous Yankari National park.  The National park covers an area of about 2,244 square kilometres (866 sq mi) and it’s also home to several natural warm water springs, as well as a wide variety of flora and fauna. The national park is located in the heartland of the West African savanna makes it a unique way for tourists and holidaymakers to watch wildlife in its natural habitat.
 Yankari National Park was created as a game reserve in 1956, but later redesigned Nigeria’s biggest national park in 1991. The Bauchi based park is the most popular destination for tourists in West Africa.
The Park also plays an important role in the development and promotion of tourism in Nigeria. The Yankari National Park is one of the most popular destinations in Nigeria.
The Yankari National park is also known for her richness in wildlife as it is said to have the largest number of elephants in West Africa.

Wikki Natural Warm Spring.
The Wikki Natural Warm spring is located about 42 kilometres from the entrance. The Wikki Warm Spring is the largest spring and is about 13.0 Metres wide and 1.9 Metres deep. It daily flows 21,000,000 litres of clear, spring water into the Gaji River. The spring has a constant temperature of 31.1 °C through the year during both day and night and has been developed for recreation.


Obudu Mountain Resort was formerly known as the Obudu Cattle Ranch. The tourist centre is a  ranch and resort on the Obudu Plateau in Cross River State, Nigeria. The Obudu mountain resort is located on the Obudu Plateau, close to the Cameroon border in the northeastern part of Cross River State, approximately 110 kilometres (68 mi) east of the town of Ogoja and 65 kilometres (40 mi) from the town of Obudu in Obanliku Local Government Area of Cross River State. It is about 30 minutes drive from Obudu town and is about a 332 kilometres (206 mi) drive from Calabar, the Cross River State capital.

It was stated historically that the resort was developed in the year 1951 by a Scottish man M. McCaughey, who was the first to explore the mountain ranges in the year1949. The Scottish camped on the mountaintop of the Oshie Ridge on the Sankwala Mountains for a month before returning with Mr Hugh Jones, a fellow rancher, in 1951. The Scottish with the help of Dr Crawfeild, they developed the Obudu Cattle Ranch.

A cable car climbing about 870 metres (2,850 ft) from the bottom to the top of the upland gives the visitors a scenic view while bypassing the extremely winding road to the top.

The Obudu Mountain resort is a top destination in Nigeria, the West Africa giant. It is a top destination for tourist both locally and internationally and has been there for a while.


Oguta Lake is said to be the largest natural lake in the south-Eastern part of Nigeria. The lake which is located in Imo State is a Slender lake formed by the damming of the lower Njaba River with alluvium within the equatorial rainforest region of Niger Delta.

The Oguta Lake's drainage basin comprises of the drainage area of the Njaba River and also a part of the River Niger floodplain in the region south of Onitsha.

The lake is a source of tourism, fishing and so much more. The lake is situated in Oguta about 30 miles from the intersection of the Ndoni and Orashi River. The water from the Njaba River is the major inflow to Oguta Lake.

Oguta Lake is important to the people of oil-rich Njaba River basin including Oguta, Orsu, Mgbidi, Nkwesi, Osemotor, Awo-Omamma and Izombe.

The Oguta lake is somewhere to visit and make sure you come with a Camera and something much more to explore the wonderful work of nature.

TBS (Tafewa Balewa Square)

The Tafewa Balewa Square is a historical place for Nigerians and it is also a very important place in the history of Lagos. The Tafewa Balewa Square is a 14.5-hectare (35.8-acre) ceremonial ground. It was formerly called the “Race Course”. The Square was formerly known to host Horse Race, Football, and other sports activities that involve a large congregation. The Square was constructed in the year 1972. The square is a 50,000 capacity seater and other center used to run small businesses like Business Centres, Travel Agencies, Car Parks, and Restaurant. The TBS also has a Bus Terminal in front that helps with the transportation movement of the people. The BRT conveys people to different destinations in the state. The entrance to the Tafewa Balewa Square has a beautiful gigantic sculpture of four white horses hovering above the gate and seven red eagles, which are symbols from the national emblem signifying Strength and Dignity. The Tafewa Balewa Square is been used to hosted prestigious activities in the Country like the October 1st independence Day celebration, It also hosts events like Africa's biggest Music concert “The Experience”.