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Experience dynamism in African culture and tourism as you visit Abeokuta in Nigeria, for a holiday or a vacation with your family, friends and loved ones. Abeokuta is known to be the largest city and capital of Ogun State in southwest Nigeria. It is situated on the east bank of the Ogun River, near a group of rocky outcrops in a wooded savanna.
Best Tourist Attractions
Also, you get to save more and get more excitement and fun as you spend you holiday in Abeokuta. Also get the feel of African heritage and culture as you visit tourist attractions located in the heart of the city. One of the tourist attraction that will keep you coming to the city for every holiday is the famous Olumo Rock which is a major tourist attraction, with scores of visitors trooping in from different parts of the country and other countries to enjoy its serene and beautiful environment, as well as to view its astonishing natural structure.
Apart from a fountain, an auditorium and a gallery of art at the base of the rock, the site possesses other interesting features, such as the Panseke Gardens, which is deeply shaded by tall Dongoyaro trees.The garden is ideal for relaxation and the hosting of birthday parties and other smaller events. During festive periods, it is usually the preferred venue for hosting various social gatherings. Elevators are available for children, the aged and other tourists who have a phobia for heights. Abeokuta is also host to the Ake Festival which brings together the African literary cummunity to Abeokuta, every year.
On the summit of the rock, you get to enjoy a clear view of Abeokuta and the various other historical landmarks scattered in different parts of the town. Standing conspicuously tall on the summit of the rock is an Iroko tree believed to be over 200 years old.“This tree neither withers nor shed its leaf throughout the year. It flourishes throughout the seasons, whether dry or rainy season,” one of the guides says. The rock is a tourist attraction, a place where people come to unwind.
Other tourist centers in the city are Management Training Centre, Ogere Man-made, Adire Market, Itoko Abeokuta Cultural, Abeokuta Physical, Birikisu Sungbo Shrine Cultural/Religious Attractions, Obute-Oni Tourist Beach Natural, Ancient Palace of the Cultural/ Alake of Egbaland Monument, Ogunde Theatre Centre Man-made/Monument.
Abeokuta is connected nearby Lagos state by railway, and road. It is also connected to Ibadan, Ilaro, Shagamu, Iseyin, and Ketou. It is closer to some major cities in the state such as Agbara, Aiyetoro, Aro, Ibara Orile, Idiya, Ijebu, Iwo, Ole. You can easy get to several destination with a taxi, bus, or car hire in Abeokuta.