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7 Facts that you should know about Nigeria and its people

Published on 27-10-2016

7 Facts that you should know about Nigeria and its people

Nigeria is located in the West of Africa and shares borders with Chad, Niger, Benin, Cameron and the Atlantic Ocean. Although the country hasn´t reached full political stability and insecurity is still a main concern, there are several interesting facts about Nigeria and its people that you should know:

Nigeria top Attractions

Published on 29-06-2016

8 top attractions in Nigeria

Nigeria is the biggest economy and the most populated country of Africa. Its history accounts for only 50 years as an independent nation which is the result of different cultures and villages that the British Empire united in a single nation. In fact, its 115 million of inhabitants are divided in 250 different ethnic groups. Nigeria has remained an untapped tourism paradise but today we reveal to you its 8 top attractions:

1. Obudu Mountain Resort

Above the sea level on the Oshie Ridge of the Sankwala Mountains, lies this resort that offers breath-taking views, peace and tranquility. Its refreshing climate is as well a getaway from the African heat where you can enjoy the best of international cuisine.

2. Yankari National Park

Home to the largest wildlife in Nigeria, Yankari National Park is the preferred eco-destination of West Africa. It currently hosts 50 different species of animals and about 550 elephants.

Nigerian Cuisine

Published on 17-02-2015

An introduction to Nigerian cuisine

Nigeria, with more than hundred different ethnic groups, is one of the most ethnically diverse countries in the world. Therefore, one can imagine how diverse its cuisine is, and that is hard to say what the National dishes are. The topic Nigerian cuisine could lead us to dozens of pages, though you can find common dishes amongst all the ethnic groups, and besides of course there are many similarities like the use of certain spices and herbs, which are the main known secret of Nigerian food; usually very hot and cooked in peanut or palm oil.