YANKARI GAME RESEVE & WIKKI WARM SPRINGS
Yankari Park is located around the Gaji River, approximately one and a halve hours by road, southeast of Bauchi Town. The park is famous for its variety of animals available for viewing around the year, though the animals are better watched between November and May period of the dry season when the animals converge around the Gaji River.

The Wikki Warm Springs is one of the best features of the game reserves. Flood-lit at night, it is wonderful after a hot day’s game-viewing to relax in the warm water.

THE KAINJI NATIONAL PARK
The Kainji National Park also contains the Kainji Dam, an artificial lake which covers the town of Old Bussa. The Park is usually open from December to June.

THE OBUDU RANCH
The Obudu Ranch is situated in the northeast corner of Cross River State. The Landscape is spectacular with rolling grassland, deep-wooded valleys and waterfalls. The best times for a visit are the end of October to December and March to May before the rainy season.

OLUMO ROCK
Olumo Rock is a massive outcrop of granite rocks of primitive formation from which Abeokuta (meaning under the rock) the capital of Ogun State derives its name.The climate is hot and humid with an annual rainfall of 47inches. The highest point of Olumo is about 137meters above sea levels.

IKOGOSI WARM AND COLD SPRING
Ikogosi warm spring is about 55kilometres from Akure, the state capital of Ondo State. The warm spring roll down over a hilly landscape. From another hill rises a cold spring which joins the warm spring at a confluence. Together they form a continuous stream.The undulating topography enhances the aesthetic beauty of the people of Ikogosi.

ESIE MUSEUM
This museum displays terracotta artefacts and figurines dating from the 13th to the 16th century and shown to be doing various things from dancing to weaving.
The Esie Museum is located in Esie Town about 100km from Ilorin in Kwara State.

LOCAL ATTRACTIONS

The Ancient Town of Badagry:
First storey building was founded in Marina Badagry and was built in 1845 by Rev. Henry Townsend.

Slave Trade Relics:
Relics of the slave trade comprising shackles, locks are in custody of the Mobee family at Marina Badagry.

First of Pair of Sato Drums:
In Badagry are the first pair of Sato drums brought to Akara Kummo in 1543 by Tosavi and Whensu his son, from Dahomey (now Republic of Benin)

Coconut Beach
Coconut Beach is a beautiful beach surrounded by Coconut trees in the coastal town of Badagry, west of Lagos.

Bar Beach
Bar Beach also known as Victoria Beach, is the most popular beach among Nigerians. It is located along Ahmadu Bello Way in Victoria Island.

Tarkwa Bay
Tarkwa Bay is a sheltered beach along the Lagos harbour. It is accessible by a ‘trazan’ boat from Maroko or ‘fiki’ boat from under Falo Bridge on Victoria Island.

Calabar Beach
This superb beach, at the mouth of the new Calabar River, is about 2 miles long and 500 feet wide, uninhabited save for a solitary fisherman’s hut. The beach is virtually isolated and lends visitors the luxury of privacy in a beautiful setting off the beaten path.

Lekki Beach
There are several beaches along the Lekki Peninsula, the foremost being Lekki Beach, located a few miles from the city center.

Eleko Beach
Opened in 1989, Eleko is the newest of Lagos’ Beaches, down the Lekki Peninsula about 30 miles from Lagos.

Epe Fishing Lagoon
Epe is located on the southwest region of Nigeria about an hour drive from Lagos on a little heightened land which is 30-60 metres high from the sea level. Fishing is a daily activity in Epe and the less common marine fishes of Nigeria are found here. A visit to Epe is not complete without tasting the variety of local fishes.

Silverbird Cinema & Galleria
The cinema halls are located at the Silverbird galleria… a state of the art luxurious building at Ahmadu Bello Way in Victoria Island. Besides the cinemas, the Silverbird galleria hosts a multitude of other small businesses that offer the best of the best.

SHOPPING

The Palms Shopping Mall
This beautiful shopping centre located at BIS Way Lekki, offers an experience and shopping has never been this much fun with the variety of well known stores such as Shoprite, TM Lewis and many other indigenously owned by Nigerians. The Palms also provide loads of fun places to hang out for entertainment (Bowling Hall, Cinema and Music Centre) both for children and adults.

A variety of restaurants are also available at The Palms to cater for you.

NIGHT CLUBS, BAR & LOUNGES
Enjoy a night out and indulge your fantasies in an atmosphere of fun and excitement at Unique Gentlemen’s Club, Ogundana Street, off Allen Avenue, Crescendo Lounge & Bar, Aura Lounge, Bar Royale and other exclusive locations within our locality.