Nigeria is blessed with delicious food, colourful cultures, thrilling tourist destinations and diverse cultural centres.
As a New Year approaches, I wonder how many Jamaicans and regular visitors to Jamaica know about this 365 days of Jamaica list. Published by jamaicans.com four years ago, this list gives you one new activity to do in Jamaica for every day of the year. Several are duplicates which is unfortunate because there are that many activities to do in Jamaica. Some would require months or even years of saving to make them possible and as a Jamaican, some are hilarious such as have Christmas dinner with a Jamaican family (the audience was perhaps intended to be foreign). Also, some of the places or activities listed are no longer available. That being said, I discovered this list about two years ago and it has become a master bucket list for me. Thus, for 2020 I gave publishing my own bucket lists a rest and instead published this list I’m…
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If you are a lover of nature and also an ecotourist, that loves visiting Natural sites, below is a list of top ecotourism destinations you can visit in Nigeria.
1. Badagry Beaches: Badagry has a lot of interesting places to visit like the whispering palms beach, Badagry Heritage museum and the slave port (journey of no return) . These naturally endowed area is one of the best ecotourism destinations to visit and it is located in Lagos, South Western Nigeria.
2. Erin-Ijesha (Olumirin) water falls: Thisbeautiful and interesting site, is a nice place to visit when you want to exercise your body,climbing the Rocky mountain and also enjoy some refreshing showers under the water falls. It is an interesting ecotourism site to visit and it is situated near Ilesha, in Osun state, SouthWest, Nigeria.
3. Gurara Falls: This water falls is one of the most thriving and abundant natural…
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Established in 1983, The MUSON Centre is a remarkable place for anyone to see. It hosts some of Lagos biggest theatrical events.