5 Tourist Attractions You Should Definitely Visit This Christmas
Tourism It’s not as big as it should be in Nigeria despite the wide variety of tourist attractions the country is blessed with.
Unlike 2021, many stakeholders and experts expect the industry to do much better in 2022.
So if you are planning to get a taste of Nigerian tourist delights this Christmas season, then consider these places.
Port Harcourt tourist beach
One of the fascinating facts about the Port Harcourt tourist beach is that it is all man-made, including the sand.
The tourist beach has a reserve jetty, restaurants offering typical dishes, wildlife, a museum, a game room, and cultural entertainers.
Created in 1988, the beach is located just outside the city.
Abraka Turf and Country Club
At Abraka Turf and Country Club, in the state of Delta, tourists will be able to enjoy the best of luxury, nature and a rich tropical forest.
The tranquility and natural beauty of the equestrian leisure club make it even more endearing.
Abraka Turf and Country Club often hosts an annual international polo tournament, held over the Easter weekend.
A visit to Tarkwa Bay will give tourists the chance to take an interesting roundtrip cruise while enjoying the amazing view of the architectural landscape of Lagos Island.
Tarkwa Bay has an amazing beach and beautiful views of nature, making it an ideal place to relax and let loose.
Located 30 minutes from Takwa Bay, Lighthouse Beach is home to the iconic 110-year-old Lagos Harbor Lighthouse.
Tinapa is Nigeria’s first integrated business and leisure complex.
The complex has a casino, digital cinema, children’s playroom, restaurants, a mini amphitheatre, a fishing pier, a nightclub and pubs.
There is also an artificial tidal lake, a water park, a three-star hotel and a leisure ground within Tinapa.
Jos Wildlife Park
It is one of the largest artificial zoological gardens in the country.
Jos wildlife park is home to animals such as monkeys, elephants and lions.
With so much to offer, the park has a children’s play area, a pine forest for picnics, a wildlife museum and a video viewing center.