As Africa’s most populous country, Nigeria offers its visitors a rich and layered plethora of cultures, traditions, innovations and nature. Its largest city, Lagos, has everything an intrepid traveller needs to connect with modern society, with its tech hub, gourmet restaurants, energetic nightlife and immerging art scene, while the rest of the country is rich in natural landmarks and nature reserves. Blessed with many wildlife parks comprising dense rainforests, cascading waterfalls, winding river deltas and extensive savannas, Nigeria is not only home to lions, elephants and rhinos, but also rare primates such as gorillas and chimpanzees. Those lucky and patient enough may even spot an extremely sought-after pangolin. From the iconic face-like formation on Zuma Rock outside Abuja to the stunning sculptures in Osun-Osogbo Sacred Grove, and the relaxing Wikki Warm Springs to the beautiful Tarkwa Bay Beach, Nigeria is full of often hidden wonders just waiting to be discovered.