Nigeria as the giant of Africa is one of the most visited places on the continent. It has recently been noted as one of the emerging markets to invest in Africa. That has opened up Nigeria up in different phases. Here are the 7 Most Visited Places In Nigeria. 1. Lagos: Lagos is know as
Nigeria as the giant of Africa is one of the most visited places on the continent. It has recently been noted as one of the emerging markets to invest in Africa. That has opened up Nigeria up in different phases. Here are the 7 Most Visited Places In Nigeria.
1. Lagos: Lagos is know as the commercial capital of Nigeria as it was once the federal capital city. The city is highly energetic and houses almost all the head offices of multinational brands in Nigeria. This alone has made Lagos the number most visited city in Nigeria.
2. Abuja: The Federal Capital City of Nigeria. As it is the capital city, it attracts everybody from politicians to businessmen to the press people and the likes. Abuja is a place for everything, most especially for the people hustling in the corridors of power.
3. Port Harcourt: Port Harcourt is one of the most visited city in Nigeria as it the home for all the oil companies in Nigeria. The city is visited mostly by foreigners who work for these oil companies. Port Harcourt is also known for its loud night life and energy.
4. Calabar: Calabar is know as the tourist haven of the country. Calm, quiet, serene and clean environment blessed with so much natural tourist attraction. From Qua waterfalls to the Obudu Cattle Ranch, calabar will make you feel anytime of the year. Not forgetting the annual carnival that brings in millions of people from across the world. Calabar is certainly one of the most visited city in Nigeria.
5. Onitsha: Onitsha is the commercial powerhouse of the East. Good shipped in from Lagos moves to Onitsha and then spreads to the rest of the South South Nigeria and South East respectively. Onitsha buzzes in business from morning till night and the Onitsha Main Market as been described as one of the biggest markets in West Africa.
6. Benin City: Also known as the Ancient City, Benin is known for its rich cultural heritage aging back to the 18th Century. The Portuguese visited Benin City around 1485. Benin grew rich during the 16th and 17th centuries due to trade within southern Nigeria, as well as through trade with Europeans, mostly in pepper and ivory. Benin is surely a place most fun seekers go because the city has a good vibe and the people know how to have fun.
7. Aba: Aba might not be a popular city in Nigeria but it is surely one of the most visited cities in the South Eastern part of Nigeria. Aba just like Onitsha is a strong commercial hub that services the South South people. If you want to buy anything in bulk, I mean anything, and you stay in Uyo, Port Harcourt or Yenagoa, you will be asked to go to Aba first before considering other options.
A couple of other cities do draw attention, cities like Ibadan, Uyo, Asaba, Nnewi, Enugu, Kaduna and Zaria. So whenever you are been asked tell them these cities pull the weight in Nigeria.2 comments