Nigeria is located in tropical West Africa and is predominately visited by business travellers due the country’s natural oil resources. Lagos was the capital until 1991, when it was changed to Abuja, but remains Nigeria’s largest economic centre and main port. The coastline of Nigeria is 500 miles and with its sandy beaches and lagoons, tropical forests, magnificent waterfalls and fascination historic sites could be a great tourist destination, once the infrastructure has been improved and more investment comes into the country. In the meantime it is enjoyed only by the most adventurous travellers and the business man seeking their fortune in the oil industry.
Lagos is well-known in Africa for its music scene and is a great place to see a live performance and enjoy many exotic styles of music
Check out one of the city beaches such as Lagos Bar Beach or Lighthouse Beach
For a chance to learn about Nigerian culture visit the Nigerian National Museum or the Black Heritage Museum
Visit the Lekki Conservation Centre operated by the Nigerian Conservation Foundation for the chance to see monkeys, crocodiles and many birds
Head 60km out of the city and rent a beach hut at the fashionable Eleko Beach
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