MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND TOURISM
Nigeria as the most populous country in the whole of Africa has a rich cultural heritage. As a country, Nigeria is blessed with diverse culture with natural vegetation, good weather condition, land mass and potential tourist sites. However, in the past, Nigeria did not realize nor take tourism as an important economic potential, as compared to some developed nations where tourism contributes a great deal in boosting their economies.
Minister of Information Culture and Tourism
SOME TOURIST ATTRACTIONS
Nigerian Tourist Attraction & Cultural Heritage
NATIONAL THEATRE, LAGOS.
Cross River State – Ranch Resort, Obudu,
Akwa waterfalls, Mbok Waterfalls (Nga-Ebahl), Agbokim Waterfalls and Tinapa.
Osun State – Erin-Ijesha Waterfalls.
Ondo State – Ipale Iloro Waterfalls & Alpha Beach.
Lagos State – Badagry Beach, Lekki Beach, Bar Beach and Kuramo Beach.
River State – Bonny Island Beach.
Plateau State – Dashe Rocks.
Benue State – Oshogo Park.
Bauchi State – Yankari Park.
Niger State – Gurara Waterfalls & Shiroro Dam.
Ogun State – Olumo Rock.
Abuja – Zuma Rock.
Ekiti State – Ikosi Hot & Cold Waterfalls
The Nigerian Art and Culture Directory Project is an Initiative of The Presidency and supervised by the National Gallery of Art.
Culture as the totality of a people’s way of life is captured in the traditional practices expressed through cultural dances, music, festivals, museums, burial ceremonies, marriages, taboos, norms and values. It Includes all works of art, artists, writers, musicians, art centres, tourist sites, monuments, festivals, films, indigenous games, fashion, languages, cuisines and culinary institutions, practitioners and stakeholders etc
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