Ndokwa is located in the Northern part of Delta State, Nigeria. It comprises of Ndokwa East and Ndokwa West local government areas. It is one of the areas where crude oil is being explored in the Niger Delta and key to the economy of the region.
The people of Ndokwa speak the Ukwuani language. The Ndokwa tribe shares similar dressing and culture with other Niger Delta tribes such as the Urhobos, Itsekiri and Ijaws. Kwale and Aboh are some of the towns to be visited in the area.
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LANDMARKS AROUND NDOKWA
Some of the major attractions and landmark around Ndokwa West include: Eni Lake a traditional Sanctuary of aquatic Animals. Open to visitors only during the biennial Eni Festival, Okpuzu Fall, lyiada Valley, Expatriates Graveyard, Ogbeke Square, Red Mangrove Swamps, the Turf, Benbo Games Village, Kwale Game Reserve, Leisure Paradise Amusement Park, Olona Ranch & Holiday Resort, Mungo Park House, the Lander Brother’s Anchorage, Bomadi Beach Party Resort, Escarvo Beach, River Ethiope source and Gordon River Resort.