Nigeria, popularly known as The Giant of Africa, is home to over 200 million people, making it the seventh most populous country in the world. Located on the West Coast of Africa, Nigeria is known for its rich history and culture, grand wedding celebrations, and a robust music and film industry. It is also one of the major hubs of oil and gas in the world.
When in Nigeria, visit the Lekki Conservation Center, Nike Art Gallery, Olumo Rock, Badagry, New Africa Shrine, Afi Mountain Drill Ranch. On a hot day, which is basically every day in Lagos, take a boat trip down to Tarkwa Bay Beach. You can attend the Calabar Carnival, get sourvenirs at Lekki Arts & Crafts market, or visit Kalakuta Republic Museum. For the thrill, ride in a keke, okada and danfo. Don’t forget to sample the vibrant Nigerian cuisine, and most importantly, if you can, attend a Nigerian wedding ceremony!