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Nigeria is one of the most populated countries in Africa, when you travel there are key tourist sites too see. These are tourists sites which you should not miss if you visit Nigeria. Here are 5 of them from the wildlife to the sea. Read on.

Karuju Castle

Kajuru German Castle

The Karuju Castle was interestingly was built in 1978 by a controversial German expatriate who lived in Kaduna at the time. This breathtaking architectural master-piece is a tourist wonder of sorts. It stands out because of its European and German design, with a baronial hall and suits of armor.

In the castle, there are bedrooms looking like dungeons and several towers with crenulated walls. Beware; there are also, the crocodiles in a pit protecting the huge castle like gates! The road up to the castle is not a journey for the faint hearted, neither is it for vehicles without plenty of HP under the bonnet.


Cross River National Park



Cross River National Park is an integral part of the Cross River State rainforest conservation area. Cross River National Park is one of the richest areas of tropical rainforest in West Africa and home to many species of plants and animals. You can find gorillas, drills and chimpanzees or the golden patto forest elephant. Baboon, leopards and red moneys also inhabit the national park.



Ibeno Beach


Ibeno beach is the longest sand beach in West Africa stretching to James Town on the Atlantic. The beautiful beach is great for water sporting and is also known for the lively crowd that gather there.

The Iron of Liberty


The Iron of Liberty was an important center for slave trading during the era of slavery in Nigeria. Due to it’s location near the banks of the Niger river it was a great interest to European Explorers and missionaries in the early 19th century. After some time, it was a commercial post for European merchants.

When the British government waged war against the slave trade it also became a center for slaves freed from slave merchants and set free. The spot where slaves were freed was marked with a piece of iron pole, now referred to as “Iron of Liberty.” 

Ikogosi Warm & Cold Spring


Ikogosi warm spring is about fifty-five kilometres from Akure, the state capital of Ondo State and is a part of a incredibly green landscape. The warm spring flows down a hilly landscape while the cold spring streams in from another hill.

The two join to create this warm and cold spring. The most scientific explanation, is that the deeper a body of water goes underground, the hotter it becomes. Supposedly, the spring has therapeutic effects on some diseases like rheumatism and guinea worm.

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