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Not surprisingly Nigeria is the largest economy in Africa because it is the biggest African oil producer. This equatorial country from West Africa is not only the most populous nation in Africa bur also the seventh most populous one in the planet. Nigeria is rich in its culture and is multi-ethnic to boot.

Kick-start the trip by heading over to the capital - Abduja city. Some of the notable highlights include the National Mosque, the Ecumenical Centre and the National Assembly Complex. But one of the top attractions of Nigeria is certainly the Millennium Park which was officially inaugurated by Queen Elizabeth II of England. Bird-watchers will be very pleased with this park for it is the top spot. Head over to the Currency Museum of the Central Bank of Nigeria - exhibits the history of currency used in modern Nigeria as well as ancient mediums of exchange utilized in west Africa.

Head over to the Kajura Castle to marvel at the European style with a German touch - baronial hall, complete with suits of armour. It is home to dungeon-style bedrooms and towers with crenulated walls. Drop by at Ibadan and marvel at the beautiful architecture housed in the city. Admire the beautiful colonial buildings, treasure trove of art deco gems and buildings showcasing traditional Nigerian styles.

Be sure to visit the incredible city of Kano to catch a glimpse of the Emir's Palace, which remains a beautiful representation of Hausa architecture. When in Benin, do visit the National Museum that is home to an exemplary collection of Benin royal art.Want to learn more about Nigerian past? Then explore the National Museum at Onikan on Lagos Island - comprising of exhibits of Nigeria's ancient civilizations and has a craft centre, which houses Nigerian craft.

Be sure to take a trip to Enugu to view the mesmerizing Awhum Waterfall - more than 30 meters in height. The water is apparently curative in nature and according to folklore, seemingly has the ability to dispel evil or satanic forces if and wherever sprinkled.

Be sure to visit some of the national parks housed in Nigeria such as Cross River National Park (animals like gorilla, drill chimpanzee, gwantibo or golden potto forest elephant, saleginella etc can be glimpsed), Yankari National Park (good for bird-watching; animals such as elephants, crocodiles and monkeys can be spotted) and Gashaka Gumti (Nigeria's largest national park; home to large savannah animals such as elephant, hyena, wild dog, lion, roan antelope, waterbuck, monkeys, baboons and the giant eland).

When it comes to shopping, be sure to pick-out some souvenirs such as beaded necklaces, long silver earrings, wooden carved masks, colourful wax cloths amongst others. As for cuisine, do gorge on some of their local delicacies in any of the restaurants dotted in the city.

The stay options in Nigeria are abundant with the best luxury hotels, cheap accommodations and swanky apartments being available for the tourists to decide which kind to opt for depending on their budget and taste.

Nigeria experiences a hot climate. The best time to visit would be during the winter months of December, January and February.