Information for Travelers
Abuja is the capital of Nigeria in West Africa, built in the 80s, it is one of the best planned and organized cities in Nigeria.
Due to its unique positioning, it manages to combine the rustic with the modern.
Abuja is one of the easiest cities to navigate, roads and local transport are top notch.
Chad Basin National Park is a conservation hub, one of the most popular national parks in Nigeria.
It is located in the northeastern part of Nigeria, between Borno State and Yobe State.
Although you can visit Lake Jabi, which is a calm and beautiful body of water, it is skirted by Parque Jabi, where you can go horseback riding, and a mall where you can easily do your shopping.
Lake Jabi also offers boat trips, various types of water sports and beautiful photos, especially at night.
And if you must chase waterfalls, a visit to Gurara Falls should be on your list.
The city was originally inhabited by the Gbagyi, Bassa Gade, Ganagana and Koro peoples, it currently serves as a neutral ground for all the different cultures of Nigeria.
Abuja has no shortage of fantastic architecture, some of which include the Abuja National Mosque, which was built in 1984 by Lodigiani Nigeria and designed by AIM Consultants.
The mosque is an explorer's delight and is open to the public except during prayer times.
Read about Abuja in Wikipedia