Airports in Nigeria

All airports, private transfer services, capital, currency, culture of Nigeria, and popular travel destinations of Nigeria for tourists...

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Information about Nigeria

  • Language: English, also Hausa, Yoruba, Igbo
  • Dialling code: +234
  • Capital: Abuja
  • Currency: Naira ₦ (NGN)
  • Time zone: UTC+01:00 (WAT)
  • Area: 923,769 square kilometres
  • Population: 225,082,083
  • Climate: The wet season is from April to October, and the dry season is from November to March. It is hot most of the year, with an average of 34 °C.
  • National Religion: Islam, Christianity
  • Official Newspapers: Vanguard, The Punch, Premium Times, Nigeria Worlds, Business Day, The Guardian, This Day, Punch on the Web, Complete Sports, Nigerian Tribune, The Nation
  • National Emergency Numbers: 112, 999 (Police), 997 (Ambulance), 998 (Fire), 993 (Traffic police)

Nigeria, also the Federal Republic of Nigeria, is situated in West Africa, between the Sahel and the Gulf of Guinea. The country has 923,769 square kilometres of area, making it the world's 32nd largest country. It is the most crowded country in Africa, with a population of 225 million, and the world's sixth most populated country. It is bordered by Cameroon in the east, Benin in the west, Niger in the north, and Chad in the northeast. The capital is Abuja. The largest city is Lagos, one of the most significant metropolitan regions in the world and the second-largest in Africa. 

Nigeria is a multinational country with more than 250 ethnic groups with 500 different languages creating a colourful culture. Igbo in the east, Hausa in the north, and Yoruba in the west are the largest ethnic groups. The official language is English. Muslim and Christian populations coexist in Nigeria. Muslims mainly live in the north, Christians in the south. Indigenous religions like Igbo and Yoruba are minorities.

The country has the largest economy in Africa, the 31st in the world. It is also called the "Giant of Africa" with its increasing economy and population. In the southeast of Benue, it is mountainous. The southwest of Niger is highland. The region near Cameroon is rich in rainforests with biodiversity. There are three climate zones:

  • the south with a tropical rainforest climate
  • the central regions with a tropical savanna climate
  • the north with a semi-arid climate

The wet season is from April to October, and the dry season is from November to March. It is hot most of the year, with an average of 32°C (90°F). 

People & Culture of Nigeria

With 170 million people and with more than 370 ethnic groups, Nigeria has a vibrant culture. The country has three major ethnic groups: the Hausa-Fulani, the Igbo and the Yoruba. Nigeria has folk music with traditional instruments and songs that have become popular. As it is an ethnically and culturally diverse country, there are a variety of festivals belonging to Islam, Christianity and indigenous religions. Some typical values of Nigerians are respecting elders, being honest, studying and working hard, being kind, punctual and not wasteful.

Top Tourist Attractions in Nigeria

  • The Ibeno Beach
  • The Tinapa Free Zone & Resort
  • Surname Cultural Landscape
  • The Royal Palace Of Oba Of Benin
  • Oban Hills, Cross River State
  • The Emotan Statue
  • Sukur Cultural Landscape
  • Coconut Beach
  • Queen Amina's Wall
  • Millennium Park
  • Isaac Boro Garden Park
  • Gashaki - Gumpti National Park
  • The Giant Footprint of Ukhuse Oke
  • Arochukwu Long Juju Slave Route
  • Oke-Idanre Hill
  • Awhum Waterfall
  • Ngwo Pine Forest
  • Alok Ikom Monoliths
  • Port Harcourt Tourist Beach
  • Obudu Mountain Resort

Popular Dishes in Nigeria

  • Fufu (a staple food made from cassava)
  • Jollof Rice (rice made with tomatoes, tomato paste, onions, pimento peppers, scotch bonnet peppers, salt, and other spices)
  • Edikang Ikong Soup (a vegetable soup)
  • Asian (a spicy roasted goat dish)
  • Ewa Agoyin (a street food with soft or mashed beans)
  • Eba (swallow food made with dried and fried with garlic)
  • Pepper Soup (a spicy, watery soup with peppers and meat)
  • Boli and Groundnut (roasted plantains and peanuts)
  • Banga Soup (a soup with palm nuts)
  • Suya (a skewered spicy meat dish)
  • Two Shinkafa (swallow food with short-grain rice)
  • Gizmodo (stewed, fried chicken of gizzard and dodo)
  • Afang Soup (vegetable soup)
  • Chin Chin (a crunchy fried snack made with flour, milk, sugar, margarine, and nutmeg)
  • Akara (a street food with black-eyed peas, onions, salt, and pepper)
  • Amala and Ewedu Soup (a soup made with jute leaves)
  • Egusi Soup (a soup with protein-rich seeds of plants like squash, melon, and gourd)
  • Ogbono Soup (a soup made with vegetables and meat)

Private Airport Transfers in Nigeria

With its warm weather, beautiful forests and highlands, and friendly people, Nigeria is a country to visit. A colourful culture is enriched with music, dance, a combination of Christian, Islamic and indigenous cultures and an extensive cuisine. They all make Nigeria a country to visit once again! offers private transfer service and door-to-door transfers from or to any airport in Nigeria. You can book your transfer online, and we can arrange the rest, so you do not need to worry about getting to the desired location in Nigeria.

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