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The Nigeria tours by Thrillophilia are designed to give you a whole new experience of the African Continent that will never ever fade away from your memory. Tours to Nigeria from Thrillophilia will take you close to some of the best natural hotspots, nature reserves, caves, beautiful cascading waterfalls and whatnot.

These special tours with loads of discounts and mouth-watering deals will present you with a perfect blend of modern Nigerian Culture with the traditional values of the region through its wildlife tours and camping activities. While strolling through the iconic country, you will be spending time alongside laid back beaches which can be imagined by its golden sand and incessant sunshine. Nigeria tours packages from Thrillophilia are curated to offer you a picture-perfect nightlife which is brimming with exclusive cafes, bars, and multi-cuisine restaurants to serve you with delectable cuisines from all over the world.

Opting for the Nigeria Tour Packages for your holiday vacation with Thrillophilia, you will be able to marvel at some of the notable places of tourist interest like Lekki Conservation Centre famous for its tall and towering nature reserve, Idanre Hills UNESCO heritage site popular for its mesmerizing beauty, Gurara Waterfalls celebrated because of its fresh and cool environment with the special Thrillophilia travel voucher evading all ticket queues.

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Which are the best places to visit on a Nigeria tour?

1. Lekki Conservation Centre: Heading out to the Lekki Conservation Centre, you will be able to immerse yourself in the brimming nature. Walking through the tall and towering trees in the nature reserve, you will be able to climb to above the canopies by the help of the longest canopy bridges in Africa. You will be able to spot a wide range of fauna like monkeys, peacocks, and many other interesting wild animals.

Location: Km 19 Lekki - Epe Expy, Lekki Peninsula II, Lekki, Nigeria
Timing: 8:30 AM - 5:30 AM
Entry fees: 1,000 Naira per person

2. Idanre Hills: Idanre Hills and Oke Idanre happens to be situated close to the town in Ondo State of Southwestern Nigeria, which is one of the most sought after natural landscapes in Nigeria. This place included cultural sites such as Owa’s Palace, Old Court, AG boogum Footprint, Burial Mounds and grounds, Belfry, and much more. To reach at the peak, you would need to climb up to 682 steps through the lush greenery of nature. The hills have also found their way into the listing of UNESCO world heritage sites because of its mesmerizing beauty that will surely behold your sight.

Location: 1nice street, elebisere road, Idanre, Nigeria
Timing: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Entry fees: 1,000 Naira per person

3. Gurara Waterfalls: Gurara Waterfalls is one of the most famous cascading falls that you will be visiting during your Nigeria Tour. It is about 30 meters in height and lies on the Gurara River alongside the Suleja Minna Road. This place offers beautiful and breathtaking sights of serene nature which is fresh and cool. You will really fall in love with the environment which is pristine being home to loads of flowers, plants, trees and much more. The best time to visit this place would be during the dry season when the water of the falls would be clear. You can check out Nigeria tour packages during the dry season and head out on romantic getaways, family picnics and nature trails with your loved ones.

Location: Gurara, Nigeria

4. Elegushi Royal Beach Lekki Lagos: Elegushi Royal Beach Lekki Lagos happens to bea private beach that is located in Southwestern Nigeria. Being a private beach, it is owned by the Elegushi Royal Family in Lekki. It is one of the best beaches to visit on a Nigeria Tour because of its lively environment that is just perfect for spending your weekends with your loved ones. The beach entertains more than 40000 guests every single day all through the year.

Location: By Rd 3, Lekki Phase 1, Lekki, Nigeria

5. Yankari Game Reserve: Yankari National Park happens to be one of the largest wildlife parks in Nigeria that is located in the State of Bauchi State, in the northeastern region. The game reserve is spread over an area of almost 2244 square kilometers and is home to a wide range of several natural warm water springs as well as a wide variety of rare and endangered flora and fauna. You can visit this place on your Nigeria Tour and marvel be a part of the Game Drives.

Location: Yankari, 234077, Mainamaji, Nigeria
Entry fees: 1500 naira per person

. Zuma Rock: Zuma Rock is one of the best places to visit during the Nigeria Tour where you will be welcomed by a large natural monolith that is composed of gabbro and granodiorite in the state of Niger. Located in the west of Abuja, the capital of Nigeria, it is also referred to as the “Gateway of Abuja from Suleja”. The monolith stands tall at a height of 725 meters or 2379 meters above the sea ground. Coming over to this place on a Nigeria Tour, you will be able to enjoy the majestic surroundings.

Location: Niger State, Nigeria

8. Gashaka-Gumti National Park: Gashaka Gumti National Park is one of the best national parks that you can visit during your Nigeria Tour. This national park happens to be one of the two game reserves that was gazetted in the year 1991. With borders to Taraba and Adamawa, this place is home to a wide range of rare and endangered species. Coming over to this place, you will be able to witness lush green forest covers, cool highlands plateaus, abundant wildlife, rugged moody mountains, wide sweeping grasslands, and fascinating ethnic cultures.

Location: Gashaka, Nigeria
Entry fees: 1000 Naira per person

9. Farin Ruwa Falls: Farin Ruwa Falls is a beautiful fall that cascades in the central region of Nigeria. It is one of the highest waterfalls in Nigeria which gets its water from Nasarawa state that gushes down from a height of almost 150 meters from the Jos Plateau. The height of the fall is more than that of victoria falls, which is just about 108 meters at the time of its descent. If you wish to have the best view of the falls then you should plan to come over to this place during the rainy season which lasts from the month of March to the month of November. You will get to witness an increase in the volumes of water.

Location: Nasarawa, Nigeria
Timing: Open 24 hours

What are the best things to do on Nigeria tour?

1. Explore Nigeria National Museum: Nigerian National Museum is one of the best national museums of Nigeria situated in Lagos which has got a notable collection of Nigerian Art, carvings, ethnography and archaeological exhibits. You will also get to see a wide range of terracotta human head works which is also known as Jemma Head. The crafts exhibited in the museum is a part of Nok Culture. The museum was founded in the year 1957 by the English archaeologist Kenneth Murray.

Location: Onikan Rd, Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria
Timing: 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM, Sunday Closed
Price: For Nigerians: 100 for children 200 for youth 300 for adults
For Foreigner: 300 children 500 adults

2. Visit Awhum Waterfall: Awhum Waterfall, located in the village of Awhum in the Udi Local Government Area is formed out of an outcrop of granite rock. The water flows at the top of the rock forming a stream. You will find certain parts of the waterfall warm through the seasons. The height of the fall is about 30 meters and as per the locals the water of fall has got healing power which is capable of driving away evil spirits.

Location: Ohum, Nigeria

3. Go to Ikogosi Warm Springs: Ikogosi Warm Springs happens to be a tourist destination located at Ikogosi in the township of Ekiti State in Southwesern Nigeria. The water springs are believed to have got their individual thermal properties despite the fact that one is a cold spring and the other is a warm spring. This place is visited by zillions of visitors all through the year and you will also be able to capture brilliant views of nature all around.

Location: Ikogosi, Ekiti State, southwestern Nigeria

4. Enjoy at Port Harcourt Tourist Beach: Port Harcourt Tourist Beach happens to be one of the best places that you are going to visit on your Nigeria tourist packages. This beach is manmade and was brought into being in the year 1988 alongside the Kolabi Creek Line. The best part of this beach is its white sandy area and wonderful waves which will surely entice nature lovers to come over and have picnics as well as head out on various hiking trails.

Location: Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria

5. Discover the Ogbunike Caves, Enugu State: The famous Ogbunike Caves, Enugu State was once upon a time discovered by a hunter named as Ukwa who belongs to the Umucheke family of Ifite Ohnunike about 4000 years in the past. The caves have been served as a place to hide from the salve raiding parties in the course of slave trade era. If you wish to make the most of the Nigeria tour packages, then you should come over to this place in the course of “Time Ogbe'', a unique celebration undertaken to celebrate the discovery of the caves.

Location: Ifite Ogbunike, Ogbunike, Nigeria
Timing: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM; Sunday Closed
Price: 3000 Naira Per Person

6. Check out the Surame Cultural Landscape: Surame Cultural Landscape which is located in Sokoto happens to be an ancient city that was established in the late 16th century by King Muhammadu Kanta Sarkin Kebbi. The city was later abandoned in the year 1700 when the capital city was moved to Birnin Kebbi. This happens to be a unique site which you will be visiting during your Nigeria tour packages that has got a surface area of about 9 kilometers. Coming over to this place, you will be able to find certain traces of human settlement in the form of Hausa Foundation. The wall rubles, Baobab Tree, Grates, Wells, Potsherds, Trenches, etc throw light on the past settlement.

Location: Sokoto, Nigeria

7. Have fun at Millennium Park: The Millennium Park happens to be one of the largest public parks located in the capital city of Nigeria, Abuja. The park was inaugurated by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of the UK on 4th December, 2003. Located close to the presidential and administrative buildings of the city, the park is divided into two parts by a river that crosses it through its main rectilinear axis. One side of the park is dedicated to the unspoiled nature while the other side is meant for scientific knowledge of the natural environment. Visiting this place during your Nigeria tour packages, you will be able to witness alluring mountain vegetation, savannas, rainforests, deciduous forest and brushwood.

Location: 5 Usuma St, Three Arms Zone 900271, Abuja, Nigeria
Timing: 7:00 AM - 8:00 PM

8. Go to Abuja Arts and Crafts Village: Abuja Arts and Crafts Village which is located in the central business district of the Capital City, is one of the most sought after places to include in your Nigeria tour packages. You will find thatched roofed hut and red brick walls selling a wide range of traditional handicrafts such as wooden equestrian statues, stuffed crocodiles, wooden and bronze sculptures, leather bags, traditional masks, adire fabrics and clothes.

Location: Phase 1, 1161 Sani Abacha Way, Wuse, Abuja, Nigeria

How is the nightlife in Nigeria?

1. Bogobiri II/Nimbus: Bogobiri II/Nimbus happens to be a lovely place for chilling out with your loved ones after the sun sets in the horizon. You will be able to enjoy the happening night at this place as well as get a chance to explore a super cool art gallery that displays works from local artists. Visiting this place on weekends, you will be able to resonate yourself with the live music and you open mic musicians.

2. Elegushi Beach: Elegushi Beach is one of the best places in Nigeria where you can spend a wonderful night with your loved ones dancing to the thumping tunes. During the day time of your Nigeria tour packages, you will be able to enjoy the semi private beach and once the night turns on, you can just have some exotic spirits and get going with the vibe.

3. Vapours: Vapours is yet another popular place in Nigeria where you will find the elites, socialites, and pop sensation arriving to make the party scene much more intense. Have some drinks and dance to the tunes of the heart thumping music played live.

What is the best time to visit Nigeria?

The best time to visit Nigeria would be from the month of November to the month of January. In this phase of the year, you will find this the climatic condition of Nigeria favourable for outdoor activities.

Is Nigeria safe for travel?

Nigeria is definitely safe for travel but it is very necessary to keep your belongings under a constant watch and you should also be careful when roaming solo late in the night.

How much does a trip to Nigeria cost?

The trip to Nigeria would cost you around INR 40000 - INR 50000 per person for a 4 - 5 days tour.

What is the coldest month in Nigeria?

August is the coldest month in Nigeria with average temperature 26 degree celsius.

How many days are enough to visit Nigeria?

In order to cover all the important places of visit on your Nigeria Tour, you would at least need 8 - 10 days. You must make sure that you visit Taiwo lowo's Monument, Benin City National Museum, Jhalobia Recreation Park & Gardens, and Breathtaking Agbokim. Apart from sightseeing tours, you should also indulge in some of the water based activities like jet skiing, scuba diving, snorkelling, and many more.

What is Nigeria best known for?

Nigeria happens to be one of the most popular black nations on Earth and it is home to the second largest film industry of the world. It is a hub for fashion, creatives and technological development in Africa. Nigeria is known for its popular tourist attractions which are not only vibrant but also have heritage values. This is also one of the popular water sports hubs in the world where you can take part in loads of activities. 

Which are the best trekking trails in Nigeria?

1. Olumo Rock: Located atop the ancient city of Abeokuta Olumo Rock Mountain was a natural fortress during the ancient time used by the local tribe. Notably one of the best learning experiences about ancient Nigerian tribes, the journey takes about 6 to 7 hrs to complete.

2. Shere Hills: Notably the 3rd highest point in Nigeria, the Shere Hills is a beautiful boulder filled plateau that looks mesmerizing and rugged when looking from a level 1829 meters below sea level. The 12 km long trail takes approximately 6 hrs to complete.

3. Idanre Hills: Home to some of the most important Nigerian cultural sites, the Idanre Hill trek is a beautiful journey through ruins, exotic wildlife, chirping birds, and overall stunning scenery. The 9 km trail takes around 3 to 4 hrs to complete.

4. Olumirin Waterfall, Erin Ijesha: The seven-stage waterfall of Olumirin is a sheer beauty hidden amidst rocky terrain and dense vegetation. The 10 km long trail to and from the waterfall can take 4 to 6 hrs time to complete.

Which are the best wildlife parks to visit in Nigeria?

1. Lekki Conservation Centre: Spread across 190 acres of lush greenery, the biodiversity conservation of flora and fauna of the Lekki Plateau is what the Lekki Conservation Centre is about primarily. It is also home to the longest canopy walkway of Africa.

2. Kainji Lake National Park: Home to a wide range of exotic beasts like the Nile Crocodile, African Lions, Hippopotamus and monitor lizard, this National park will offer you some of the top safaris to try while in Africa.

3. Cross River National Park: Spread over 640 sq km, the biodiversity hotspot is home to a wide range of beautiful and rare flora and fauna not seen anywhere else.

4. Yankari National Park: Home to a large number of natural warm water springs of Africa in addition to the exotic and rare flora and Fauna, the Yankari National park is one of the oldest flag bearers of Ecotourism in the African Subcontinent.

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