Book Cheap Flights to Abuja, Nigeria
The cheapest flights to Abuja could be availed in January, as the peak tourist months are June, July and August. Plan your trip and reserve flights to Abuja in advance to enjoy a hassle free travel experience.
Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport is an international airport serving the city of Abuja. The airport has both domestic and international terminals. The airport connects the city with destinations around the world and provides Abuja flights to Cairo, Dubai, Frankfurt, Lagos, London, Paris, Casablanca and more.
Places of Interest in Abuja
Abuja the capital of Nigeria is famous for being the best purpose-built city in Africa as well as for being one of the wealthiest and most expensive cities. Abuja is abounding in attractions, both natural and man-made. The city is particularly known for its ancient 400-meter tall monolith Aso Rock left by water erosion. Tourists would also be delighted to visit Millenium Park, National Children’s Park and Zoo, Abuja Arts and Crafts Village, and National Arboretum Abuja etc.
This emerald hued paradise invites massive number of visitors during weekends. One area of the park is exclusively dedicated to uncontaminated nature and boosts of terraces at different levels that include Nigeria’s mountain vegetation, savanna, deciduous forest, rain forest and brushwood. Also get mesmerised by resplendent greenhouses here built for butterflies and tropical birds.
National Children’s Park and Zoo
Animal enthusiasts would love this place, and hence they should not miss it out on their itinerary. Spot here enchanting animals like camel, ostriches, elephants, crocodiles, monkeys, zebras, and wild cats etc. For luring kids, the place has got Toddler’s Lane that offers ultimate fun and excitement.
Abuja Arts and Crafts Village
Located in the centre of the city with Sheraton Hotel at its backdrop, Abuja Arts and Crafts Village offer tourists a brilliant opportunity to get a glimpse into the art and crafts of the country. Visitors can also buy crafts like beaded necklaces, bracelets, African traditional masks, leather bags, tie and dye etc, and take them home as souvenirs.
This is the biggest tourist draw in the city. The ancient 400-meter tall monolith was formed by the water erosion. It is located behind some of the capital's most attractive government buildings. Make a trip to it to figure out what’s so special about it.
Arboretum at Abuja was built to maintain the forest and other plant life within it in its natural condition. Visit this lovely destination to discover more about it.