Cheap Flights to Abuja
One of the world’s most crowded and the largest countries, Nigeria has built its reputation of home to a more number of interesting and indulging tourist spots and sights. For an adventurous traveller, Abuja, the capital of Nigeria is a hidden treasure offering a wide array of choices of perfect local cuisine, breathtaking waterfalls, bargaining retail outlets and sports entertainment. During the rainy season, one should definitely see the Gurara Waterfalls, apart from diverse attractions and landmarks, such as the Abuja Millenium Park. One side of this area is covered by the Millenium Tower and Cultural Center and Museum, along with Aso Rock and a national mosque. This area of the park is completely devoted to nature preservation.
Home to numerous religious groups such as Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Indigenous religious groups and many more; therefore resulting in a decent mix of diverse cultures and cuisines. To commute within the Abuja city, taxis and cabs are the best ways, although it might be a good idea to carry a map along with you. Zuma Rock, the Gateway to Abuja from Suleja, is a huge monolith which stands in the north of the city. Experience the greenery around in Millenium Park Abuja located in the Maitama District of the city. Other tourist attractions that you should definitely check out the National Children Park and Zoo, IBB International Golf & Country Club, National Arboretum Abuja, Art & Craft Village, Padam Lake and Abuja National Mosque.