Ta Prahm Temple, Cambodia//

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Ta Prohm is the modern name of a temple at Angkor, Cambodia, built in the Bayon style largely in the late 12th century. Located approximately one kilometre east of Angkor Thom, world’s largest religious structure. Ta Prohm, less grand in scale but more penetrating to the psyche. Here the roots of towering strangler figs cascade over the intricately carved stone walls, framing doorways. They depend on each other, neither the walls nor the trees able to stand without the other. The roots snake over and around the religious symbols, looking like synapses of some ancient central nervous system, connecting lost thoughts set in stone.

The Pyramids of Giza, Egypt


The wonder of ancient world and one of the premier attractions of Egypt. The Pyramids of Giza represent the archetypal pyramid structures of ancient Egyptian civilization. These pyramids were built as the final resting place for pharaohs, which were kings of divine right and were seen as living gods. For some 4,500 years they have been the most wondrous of wonders, in a league of their own, unchallenged for their sheer audacity, paragons of all design.

Stonehenge, England


Few places invoke timelessness like Stonehenge. It is a prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England. One of the most famous sites in the world, Stonehenge is the remains of a ring of standing stones set within earthworks. It is in the middle of the most dense complex of Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments in England, including several hundred burial mounds.

The absolute knowledge that every year for the past 5,000 years the Earth, the sun, and Stonehenge have all lined up just so that the rays of light glancing across the face of Salisbury Plain slip through the upright stones— it sets our sense of cosmic order on fire. The rocks hulk there, brawny yet graceful, set in place by crafty people we can scarce imagine or recall. Then the moment is gone and we realize that we, too, have been aligned, if only briefly, with time itself.

Papua New Guinea

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In the highlands of Papua New Guinea we come face to face with the parts of our mind that the modern world has hidden away very well. Papua New Guinea is one of the most heterogeneous nations in the world. It is estimated that more than a thousand different cultural groups exist there. Because of this diversity, many different styles of cultural expression have emerged; each group has created its own expressive forms in art, dance, weaponry, costumes, singing, music, architecture and much more.

Jhalobia Recreation Park and Gardens


Located at the heart of Lagos, Jhalobia Recreation Park and Gardens features children’s play ground, waterfalls, sculpture, green lawns, exotic trees, flowers and palms, ponds and much more. A perfect atmosphere to bond with both nature and your family.

Wonderland Amusement Park & Resort


Wonderland Amusement Park & Resort is a world class recreation centre, situated opposite the National Stadium Abuja. It offers games and rides for various age categories, a leisure garden for relaxing, several restaurants and shops.  Visit: Wonderland Amusement Park and Resort

Nike Art Gallery



Nike Art Gallery is wonderful place to visit with your children, you never know if one might discover his latent talent.  Located in Lagos, it has a lot of artworks on display which includes beadwork, painting, drumming, singing and dancing, stone works and carvings, traditional loom weaving, indigo dyeing, embroidery etc.

Tarkwa Bay


Tarkwa Bay located along the harbor of Lagos is a sheltered beach that can be accessed by boat from either Maroko or under Falomo Bridge on Victoria Island. It offers safe swimming conditions for small children and other recreational water sports. This little paradise is located off the coast of Lagos state. With pristine beaches and many hangout spots, Tarkwa bay is a delight.

Erin Ijesha Waterfall


Erin Ijesha waterfalls also known as Olumirin waterfalls is a natural sauna located in Ijesha, Osun State. The falls has seven layers of ascending plains with all the levels having breathing views and the freshness of the water is energising. Being at these different levels and just basking in the invigorating freshness of the falls is an unforgettable experience for the whole family.

Olumo Rock, Abeokuta -Tourist Centre


Located in Abeokuta, Ogun State is Olumo Rock; a massive outcrop of granite rocks of prehistoric formation. The highest point of the rock is about 137m above sea level. There are several caves on the rock a few of which is 20 feet long and 25 feet wide. It is such a serene environ for family vacation.

Idanre Hills


The historic Idanre Hills are situated in Idanre town in Ondo State. The beauty and the precise architectural design employed by nature in arranging of the hills is amazing. A total of 640 steps is required to reach the top with 5 resting spot on the way. The scenery of the green vegetation surrounding the hills and the crystal clear Arun River on the hill top visiting the hills a communion with nature as well.

Obudu Cattle Ranch, Calabar


Obudu Ranch Resort is wonder place for family vacation. It features a water park with water slide and a swimming pool, a golf course, night-time bonfires and horseback riding. Besides, you will be bonding with your families and nature as you hike through forests and mountains while watching birds. The accommodations are modern and you will enjoy admirable entertainment and quality food.

Ogbunike Cave


Ogbunike cave is a big sandstone cave that has been designated a UNESCO heritage site. It is located in Anambra state.


Ancient Nok Settlement


One can take a trip to the ancient Nok site where the various terracotta figurines were discovered in Jaba, Kaduna State.



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Ikogosi Warm Springs


Located in Ekiti state, Ikogosi warm spring is one of the eight warm springs in the world. Ikogosi also has a cold spring which forms a confluence with the warm spring.


Gashaki-Gumpti National Park


This is Nigeria’s largest national park. It contains diverse fauna and flora. Gashaki-Gumpti national park is located in Taraba state.


Gurara Falls


This is one of the most beautiful falls in Nigeria. It is located between Minna and Suleja in Niger State (an hour’s drive from Abuja).


Osun-Oshogbo Sacred Grove


This grove which is bordered on one side by the Osun river, is tied directly to the worship of the goddess, Osun. It is located in Oshogbo, Osun state.



Kwa River where Kwa Fall cascades down resistant basement rocks, is located in the Oban division of the Cross River National Park. Kwa Falls is found in Anegeje Village in Akamkpa Local Government Area of Cross River State, about 25 kilometers from Calabar on a good rural road.



Agbokim Waterfalls is situated some 17 kilometres from Ikom, a Local Government Area of Cross River State that’s not far from the Nigeria-Cameroon border. Agbokim Waterfalls consists of seven streams, each cascading over steep cliff which provides seven-faced falls, is and about 315 kilometers from Calabar. Agbokim Waterfalls is actually on the Cross River, where it descends in terraces, through the tropical rainforest.



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