Because of the recession, the incentive to travel outside of Nigeria for vacation is becoming less and less appealing. However, this is the time to get your thinking caps on. You can get the same effect for much less. How? Tour Nigeria! Visit places you read about in your History classes and improve your knowledge of Nigeria.
Badagry Slave Route: This route is one of the earliest point of slave trade in West Africa. While you’re there, make sure you visit the Badagry Heritage museum. Here you see the chains that were used to hold the slaves together, replicas of slave ships, slaves drinking cups, and other historical artifacts.
Lekki Conservation Center: This center was established in 1980 as a means to conserve nature and promote sustainable development.
Obudu Cattle Ranch: Located in Cross Rivers state, Obudu Cattle Ranch is a resort that was developed in the 1950s.
Millennium Park: Millennium Park is the largest park in Abuja and is located in the Maitama district of the city.
Nike Art Gallery: Nike Art Gallery is an art gallery in Lagos owned by Nike Davies-Okundaye. The gallery is arguably the largest of its kind in West Africa.