Landmark in Nigeria may not be very famous on the earth, but in the interest of foreign tourists has a lot to visit. Nigeria is a very attractive destination because it has a variety of natural attractions that can hardly be visited as a two-week trip, but at the expense of a fairly reasonable price.
Nigeria is located in western Africa on the coast of the Gulf of Guinea. It is one of the largest oil exporters in the world and eighth in the world's population. The main religions are Christianity and Islam. The terrain in Nigeria is relatively monotonous. South of the country is covered with large plains and to the north the terrain is hilly with an average altitude of between 500 and 1000 meters.
To the northeast lies inland lake Chad. This is a border lake, which is part of the landmarks in Chad and Cameroon. The largest rivers are the Niger and Benue, which are the major waterways in Nigeria.
The climate in this beautiful country in northern dry and humid in the south, with a big impact this has on the Atlantic Ocean. Is desirable to plan your trip to landmarks in Nigeria, avoiding the months of June to September.
The most popular landmarks in Nigeria are associated with nature. Yankari National Park is our first proposal. This is the most famous park in the country, which is mainly savannah.
Here there are large herds of elephants in the river Gagi has many hippos and crocodiles, buffalo, monkeys, lions and other animals. Yankari Park is open all year but the best time to watch all the animals is during the months of November to May.
Another interesting landmark in Nigeria's Plateau Mamba. It is situated on the border with Cameroon in southeastern Nigeria. It is recommended that you walk in these places become a jeep for roads, it is good to carry equipment and food to use as needed.
Plateau Mamba has countless tea plantations, farms and of course rare birds and animals that are only found here, especially in Gashaka Gumti National Park.
Another very famous landmark is the Cross River National Park. This includes forest reserves Oban Forest and Bashi-Okwango. Generally this area is covered with tropical vegetation, which is guarded much for logging and poaching.
Here are found in a wide variety leopards, gorillas, bison and more than 1000 species. Other popular tourist attractions in Nigeria are Assop Waterfalls, Waterfalls Kurra, capital Abuja, Lagos, Kano, Calabar and others. In the cities there are many markets a variety of goods, historical monuments and architecture, and the population is poor, but friendly to tourists, although crime is high and the level of corruption high.
Sea and river bank of Nigeria is a good rest, and the beaches are of fine sand with warm water. No big resorts, but the level of services offered by the hotels is good.