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Despite the fact that our citizens would have said ten bad things about the country before they even reflect on one good thing, the nation has been making a lot of progress in some key sectors of the economy over the years. One of such is tourism. This article showcases the top best holiday resorts in Nigeria

There are many beautiful and breathtaking resorts in Nigeria; places where you can have a weekend or holiday get-away or even spend your honeymoon. These places don’t just offer beautiful attractions, but also high-class accommodation facilities and excellent hotels meant to transform your holiday into an unforgettable experience.

Nigeria, a home for tourist, has got some of the amazing resorts that offer not just beautiful attractions but also beautiful architecture with high-class accommodation facilities that are cosy and sure to transform your holiday into an unforgettable experience.

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Best Seasons:May, June, July
Popular Location:Lagos, Uyo, Calabar, Osun, Lekki

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Heritage Tour

3 Days

Badagry is a coastal town which lies between the city of Lagos and the border of the Republic of  Benin, Seme. It is a historic town that is symbolic of Nigeria’s journey to independence. The town was a major slave…

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    Eyo Festival

    18 Days

    The Eyo Festival is a Yoruba festival unique to Lagos, Nigeria and therefore celebrated on Lagos Island, the traditional homeland of Lagosians. Due to the impressive rituals and pageantry, it has grown through the years to become a tourist attraction.

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      Ojude-Oba Festival

      7 Days

      The Ojude-Oba festival takes place in Ijebu-Ode of Ogun State; a cultural activity where the locals and those in the diaspora come home to pay homage to their king, the Awujale of Ijebuland.

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