Lagos: Eko is the largest city in Nigeria. Victoria Island, the financial center of the metropolis is known for its beach resorts, boutiques and night life. To the north, Lagos island is home to the National museum, where cultural artifacts are displayed. The city is really blessed and your tour is not complete if you haven't visited the Bar beach, Apapa amusement park, Klakuta museum and Lekki Conservation Center to mention but a few. Lagos is a city that never sleeps and for good reason. The buzzing streets, the hustle, the mesmerizing skyscrapers and the panorama all compete to create a powerful sense of being right at the heart of the action.
Enugu : 042 city is a wonder. The people are peaceful and friendly but they also know how to enjoy life. Amazing sights? Definitely Yes. You really should find time to visit The Oakland Park, Love park, New Berries Park, The Recreation club etc. You should try to stop at the famous Ntachi Osa for your bellies cravings. The city is alive with activity as no weekend is uneventful. It is a place to be.
Abuja: this is the middle and the capital of the country. The skyline of the city is dominated by ASo Rock, an enormous monolith. The city has two breathtaking parks, including the National Arboretum and the Millennium Park. Just outside the city is the indescribable Zuma Rock. This city has a life and experience you do not want to miss.
Port Harcourt : is the capital and the largest city of Rivers State. They are known for mineral wealth, but that is not all, they are rich in fun and life as you visit The garden amusement park and and the Port Harcourt pleasure park. This city would leave you stunned.