Cheap Flights to Nigeria

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How much do things cost in Nigeria?
Chicken breasts at the market $6.98
Taxi start $3.13
Lettuce $0.92
Taxi 1km $3.00
Eggs (12) $2.53
Gasoline (1 liter) $0.61
Tennis court rent (1 hour on weekend) $14.18
Loaf of white bread $1.43
Mid range bottle of wine $7.45
Internet (6 Mbps, unlimited data) $85.03
* All price are converted to USD

About Nigeria

Nigeria may be an economy giant. Other than that, however, there are hidden treasures that you will love coming back for. The country may not be as popular of a tourist destination as those countries in Europe, America, and Asia but it has its own set of allures that adventure travelers would definitely dig.

The Country and Its People

Nigeria drives the economy of Africa with its oil-producing plants. It is also one of the most populous cities in the continent. That should not put you off. Instead, it should keep you interested as more people means more varied cultures to discover and explore.

One of the more interesting things that is worth taking cheap flights to Nigeria is definitely its people. Although English is one of the official languages in the country, very few people (only those in the upper class society) know how to speak it. Most people speak Nigerian pidgin, which is intelligible to English speakers once they get accustomed to it. It is an English-based language that is spoken by 75 million locals as their second language.

How they speak is not the only interesting thing about the people of Nigeria. They also lay the foundation of some of the most interesting cultures in the world.

See the Sights

Aside from the people, there are many interesting things that are worth taking cheap flights to Nigeria. There’s the Lekki Forest Reserve, which is tropical rain forest located in the outskirts of the city. There are also the beaches of Badagary, Tarkwa, and Bar in Lagos. You could not miss the beautiful sunsets perched on crystal blue waters of the sea. If you want retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city, check out Obudu. It is a small commune a couple of hours away from Calabar. It is a mountain getaway featuring splendid sights, cool breeze, and pretty interesting activities.

As you travel to many interesting sights in Nigeria, it is ideal that you shop for hotels online before you set off on your journey. There are various accommodation options available. The kind you choose should depend on your itinerary, your comfort requirements, and your budget. Don’t worry because budget hotels in Nigeria are available even in beach locations.

Information about travelling to Nigeria

  • Cellphone owners in Nigeria
    112.78 million (10th)
  • Age structure of Nigeria
    0-14-years 43.2%
    15-24-years 19.3%
    25-54-years 30.5%
    55-64-years 3.1%
    65-years-and-over 3%
  • Independence of Nigeria
    1 October 1960

    National Holiday : Independence Day , 1 October
  • The capital city of Nigeria
  • Internet users in Nigeria
    43.989 million (9th)
  • Ethnic groups of Nigeria
    Africa's most populous country
    is composed of more than 250 ethnic groups; the following are the most populous and politically influential: Hausa and Fulani 29%
    Yoruba 21%
    Igbo 18%
    Ijaw 10%
    Tiv 2.5%