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CHEAP FLIGHTS TO Kano

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How much do things cost in Kano?
1 min. of prepaid mobile tariff $0.17
Oranges (1kg) $0.46
Loaf of white bread $1.27
* All price are converted to USD

About Kano

Kano is the largest city north of Nigeria. It is an old trading city that is bustling with activities all year round. Although it is a center for commerce and trade, tourism records have been quite few. That should not put you off to take cheap flights to Kano. That’s because this city has many attractions that are just waiting to be uncovered.

The People Buzz

Kano has been inhabited since the time immemorial. Civilization has been recorded for over one thousand years. That makes people-watching one of the most interesting activities you can enjoy in this unique destination.

Home to around 2 million people, Kano offers many interesting personalities that are fused by different beliefs in religion and different culture and traditions. Most of the locals are predominantly of Muslim faith; a small percentage is Christians, and the rest have traditional religions. It is not difficult to get along with the people of Kano, even if you are of different religion. For one, English is the official language here. Hospitality, among many things, should drive you to take your cheap flights to Kano as soon as possible.

Charming Attractions

Kano also has a set of charming attractions that will keep you busy during your stay. A must-see site is the privately owned, five centuries old dye pits where potassium and ash are mixed and fermented for a month before they are used to dye clothes. Indigo dyes are especially notable. They are not only used to dye the clothes of Nigerian royalty but they also have some medicinal use.

To discover the cultural heritage of Kano, do not skip a visit to the State History Museum. It is where a collection of artifacts from the stone age to the modern day is displayed. The Great Mosque is another worthy visit. It is a grand structure that host worship days for over 50,000 people.

For the more adventurous type, a climb up an old hill is a must. It has traces of the city’s old times although it is now converted to be an underground water reservoir. Make sure to have a place to stay for the duration of your visit. Choose among the hotels in Kano so you can have a complete experience of the city.

Information about travelling to Kano

  • Currency exchange rate
    $1.00(NGN) cost less than $0.01(USD)

Airports of Kano

Aminu Kano International Airport