Getting bored with the cold winter? Why not try an adventurous holiday in Nigeria, home of Lagos which is the second fastest growing city in Africa and seventh in the world.
Me Magazin sheds light for readers who may be interested in fulfilling their dreams of visiting the land of ogaas
Hike Chappal Waddi Mountain
For starters, a climb up Nigeria's highest Mountain in Chappal Waddi awaits you. Located on the Southern part of Gashaka Gumti National Park, Chappal Waddi (Mountain of Death) is largely unexplored leaving the door open for you to venture into a new small world full of great memories: feeling the rocky riverbed under your feet, seeing fish swim around your toes, and hearing the Red River Hogs and Warthogs charge through the jungle.
Enjoy wildlife at Yankari
Yankari National Park, the most popular of the eight national parks in Nigeria, is home to over 50 species of mammals including African elephant, olive baboon, western hartebeest, lion, buffalo, waterbuck, warthog, bushbuck, patas and hippopotamus. Besides that, you can visit the park and have a chance to see over 350 species of resident and migratory birds. Located near the park lodge is the Wikki Warm Springs with the spring waters which are crystal clear and a comfortable 31 degrees Celsius. It is open 24 hours a day.