There is something picturesque about road tripping through Nigeria. From the beautiful landscapes to the obvious changes in architecture that depict different cultures as you reach a different town, it can be magical. Road trips are a norm here as it is the cheapest option of travelling and the railway is still yet to come to life. Almost every traveler in the country has been on a road trip at some point.
Wikki Warm Spring is one of the tourist attractions at Yankari National Park. The word Wiiki literally means “Where are you” in Duguri language. The Wikki Warm Spring is about 13.0 meters wide and 1.9 meters deep. It daily flows 21,000,000 liters of clear, spring water into the Gaji River. The spring has a constant temperature of 31.1 °C through the year during both day and night and it is the largest spring.
Nigeria is one of the untapped tourist destinations in Africa. Nigeria is blessed with the aquatic splendor of Lagos, the wondrous landscape of Obudu Mountain Resort in Calabar, the sacred groove of Osun, the implausible beauty of the Yankari National Park and much more. Nigerians are the most hospitable and friendly people in Africa. However, when you visit Nigeria, it is advisable to be culturally sensitive and environmentally friendly.
Nigeria is the most popular black nation in the world and a trip to this amazing destination really worth it. The numerous tourist attractions spread across the country is incredible. Nigerians are lovely and hospitable people. The cultural and festivals will gladness you and will also form part of your travel experience.