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  • Agugu festival it takes place...

    by danieldookan Written Aug 26, 2002

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    Agugu festival it takes place in Sokoto,the Kuramo beach in lagos(at night)the ikogosi warm water spring in Ekitiand Bowera towers in Ibadan.
    The agugu festival is a must see almost the enteire population of a small village are required to fish in stream and the person with the biggest fish wins the contest.the Ikogosi warm water spring bring forth warm water.

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  • La Campagna Beach Resort

    by Guardian624 Written Feb 25, 2003

    A developing Nigerian 'beach resort'. Somewhat basic, but some nice features: great stretch of beachfront with plenty of palm trees to sit under; 'captured' lake for wading, small boats; walking trails; horseback riding; overnight cabanas, bar, decent food.

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    If you happen to come to...

    by Paul-linus Written Feb 25, 2003

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    If you happen to come to Nigeria and visit Lagos, try to visit the National theatre, located at Iganmu. It is full of activities, ranging from musical concerts, night clubs, drama, movie shows, and lots of entertainment. The National Theatre is one of the centres of attraction and activities in Lagos. The house is a mgnificent edifice cosntructed and built by German constractors and architects.

    You should also try and visit Sharaton Hotels Lagos. It is located in Ikeja area of Lagos.

    Try and visit Yankari game reserve at Bauchi state (North of Nigeria. We have some beautiful Nigerian wilde life there.

    Visit also Olumo Rocks in Abeokuta - Ogun State. This rock is wonderful and historic. It provided a shelter and a hiding place for the people during the slave trade era.

    Visit also the First Nigerian Storey Building at Badagery. The house was built by the Slave masters and they used it for keeping black slaves for onward shipment overseas. The house is still standing and in good order. You will still see some chains used on the slaves.
    The activities found in the areas mentioned above are very lively, educative and entertaining.

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    If you're staying somewhere in...

    by TanjaE Written Feb 25, 2003

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    If you're staying somewhere in the South of Nigeria, you should try to visit the village called 'UDO'. It's in the West of Benin-City when taking the road to Lagos. Ask natives for the right direction.
    In Udo you may find the market (it's really a small village). But the must is the bronze statue in the middle of the village. It shows a hero who, in history, is to be said that he dig the ditch surrounding the old city of Benin...

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    They are not too many...

    by antelop Written Feb 25, 2003

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    They are not too many activities to do in Nigeria : tennis, squash, pool, golf, beach, cruising, fishing, clubs and restaurants. There is no Cinema and you cannot walk freely in the streets.
    Register in a sports clubs.

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    Live view of Broad street

    by nnapr Written Oct 15, 2003

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    This is how the normal day in broad st looks like, its an interesting site to behold. its always logged with traffic jams due to over population in the city of Lagos. you might enjoy it.

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    The shopping can be great....

    by kucha Written Sep 7, 2002

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    The shopping can be great. Beautifully died textiles, antique fetishes, wooden masks, and trade beads are all good bets.

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