Nigeria Travel Guide
Often regarded as the Giant of Africa, Nigeria is located in West Africa. In 2014 Nigeria’s economy was announced as the largest in Africa after rebasing its economy to $509.9bn. This without doubt makes it the number one destination for foreign investors looking to invest in the region. Nigeria is also the 6th largest exporter of crude oil in the world and 1st in Africa. There are numerous investment opportunities attracting foreign investments, a typical example is Jumia (a company on a mission to become the world’s largest internet platform outside the United States and China).
Best Hotels in Nigeria
Planning a trip to any state or city in Nigeria is as simple as visiting Jumia Travel where you can book any of the 8000 hotels in Nigeria securely. Demand for luxury or 5 star hotel rooms in Nigeria is increasing mainly in the political capital Abuja and the commercial hub Lagos. Port Harcourt, Ibadan, Enugu, Abeokuta and Kano serve large number of customers due to unique hotel facilities.
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Some of the best hotels in Nigeria include
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Tourist Attractions in Nigeria
Tourism is big in Nigeria. The popular annual Eko Festival in Lagos state, Calabar Festival, Osun Osogbo to name a few makes it a center of attraction. The national art theatre which is a strong pillar in producing Africa’s top actors and actresses. Obudu Mountain Resort is a ranch and a beautiful sight to behold.
No matter the part you are visiting, there are abundant accommodation options in Nigeria to cater for the increasing number of travellers and investors coming in. Many top international hotels chain have a branch of their hotel in Nigeria.
If you are traveling to Nigeria for this first time, you are most likely to land at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja or the Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos. Nigeria’s capital city is Abuja which is within the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). Transportation in this beautiful city is easy using Taxi which can be found at the airport. Lagos on the other hand was the former capital but now regarded as the country’s commercial capital making it the busiest state in the country and because of its population traffic is usually heavy.