Top 10 Best Places To Visit After Lockdown

Top 10 Best Places To Visit After Lockdown
Maybe you had enough time to sit back and enjoy the comfort of your home due to lockdown, but did you connect, create memories, or embark on family adventures?
No? Ok. Then you need a vacation. If you are looking for a beautiful place to relieve the stress mounted by the lockdown, these are the best places to visit.

Top 10 Choice Vacation Spots in Nigeria

Some of the places you can consider stopping by at after the lockdown include:

1. Obudu Cattle Ranch, Calabar

The Obudu Ranch Resort is a beautiful place to visit in Nigeria. It includes a water park with water slides, pools, evening time campfires, and horseback riding, and more. This place is designed to make you relax, and you'll have a wonderful time here.

2. Aso Rock, Abuja

Yes, why not head to the Aso Rock Villa and take a selfie with the president. This rich vacation site is a hot tourist destination in Nigeria. Aso Rock is a 400-meter square which emerges as the most detectable element in the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria, Abuja.
Aso Rock houses the three noteworthy seats of the intensity of the Nigerian Federal Government to be specific; Presidential Villa (Aso Rock Villa), National Assembly, and the Supreme Court. A visit here is worth it.

3. Yankari Games Reserve

This wildlife sanctuary is a sight for sore eyes. Kids will be amazed when they see the lions, primates, hippos, elephants, and other wildlife, including an assortment of fishes and several varieties of birds. Yankari Games Reserve additionally has opened both indoor and outdoor fun-filled games available.

4. Tarkwa Bay Beach, Lagos State

Tarkwa Bay is one of the most adored beaches in the nation. Tarkwa Bay famous with swimmers and water-sports and is protected shoreline situated close to the Lagos Harbor. Tarkwa Bay an incredible spot for some alone time and a romantic day out and one of the best places in Nigeria.

5. Osun Sacred Grove

This place is so famous that it became recognized by UNESCO. Located in the capital city of Osun State in the southwestern parts of Nigeria, the Yorubas ethnic group who are the state's indigenes praises this ripeness goddess, which is a celebration that happens each year in Oshogbo. This place is one of the hottest tourist attractions in Nigeria.

6. Ikogosi Warm Spring, Ekiti State

Ikogosi Warm Spring is a natural miracle. IWS is one of the few warm water springs in the world. Especially the Pleatue, the spot where the two springs combine is an unmistakable fascinating and a sight you should visit.

7. Abraka Turf and Country Club

Abraka Turf and Country Club offer savannah experience that will leave you wanting more. It is lavished with a bright emerald green stream with a captivating and graceful view.

8. IITA Forest, Ibadan

The International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) has a woods field located in Ibadan. This beautiful scenery is home to over 300 different species of birds and with a 3-kilometer long lake loaded up with various fish species.

9. Okomu National Park, Edo State

Okomu is unmistakable, one of the best places to visit in Nigeria. The Okomu National Park is a natural wonder. It is the most hub for family picnics, holidays, and vacation. It also has a wildlife reserve and a comfortable guesthouse & settlement.

10. The Calabar Museum

The Calabar Museum is a slave trade exhibition hall, located in a breathtaking environment. This historical center offers an assortment of shows that display incorporate antiquities and works of art dating to the pre-colonial era.

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