Flights to Nigeria are offered by Virgin Nigeria and British Airways. Nigeria is a tourist destinationusually not explored by British tourists.
Officially the Federal Republic of Nigeria is located in West Africa it shares land borders with all the Republic of Benin in the western world, Chad and Cameroon from the east and Niger from the north.
In the south they have coast around the Gulf of Guinea, portion of the Atlantic Ocean.
Abuja is the capital city of Nigeria. Africa's most populous country, Nigeria has 148 million inhabitants, using a median of approximately 19 years old. Although Abuja is the capital, possibly the best tourist city in Nigeria.
Lagos is the largest city in Nigeria which was previously the administrative centre. It has a lot more than 8 million inhabitants, and it is estimated to become theseventh fastest growing city in the world. A huge metropolis which originated on islands separated by creeks, Lagos is protected on the Atlantic Ocean by long sand spits for example Bar Beach.
Flights to Nigeria
There are four airfields for flights to Nigeria:
Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport at Abuja,
Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport at Kano,
Murtala Muhammed International Airport at Lagos,
Port Harcourt International Airport at Port Harcourt.
International airports in Nigeria
International airports in Nigeria are served by British Operators. British Airways fly to Abuja and Lagos and Virgin Nigeria fly to Lagos. Virgin Nigeria was formed in September 2004 once the Federal Government of Nigeria announced that Virgin Atlantic Airways could well be its strategic investor and technical partner. The airline is 51% of Nigerian institutional investors and 49% by Virgin Atlantic.
Language and religions
English is the official language, with Islam and Christianity as being the leading religions.
Interests in Nigeria
Whatever your interests, Nigeria should have something to suit your needs. From sandy beaches, pepper-soups and unspoilt wildlife parks to addictive Afro-beats music.