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Nigeria Timeshare

Nigeria is a destination in Africa that puts you close to nature and wildlife while also letting you learn about culture and history. No matter when you want to visit this country, you can find the best Nigeria timeshare accommodation and plan some great things to do.

The county has both a wet season and a dry season. If you visit during the wet season that runs from February through October, you risk spending much of your trip in your timeshare and trying to avoid the rain. Most travelers prefer visiting during the dry season between November and January, though this season does bring some winds to the region.

Ibeno Beach and More

Covering more than 240 kilometers, Ibeno Beach is one of the nation's top tourist destinations. You can enjoy the breeze that comes off the ocean as you lounge on the beach and take a hike through the nearby mangrove forest. Ngwo Pine is a spot you won't want to miss if you love adventures because this forested area features caves and streams that you can explore. The Awhum Waterfall is also popular because of the wonderful scenery. You also have the chance to explore the nearby monastery.

Festivals and Events

As you plan a trip to your timeshare, check out the schedule of events in Nigeria to learn about all the fun festivals that will take place during your stay. If you love movies and want to see films created by local directors, you can check out the Africa International Film Festival. Nigeria is also home to several music festivals, including the Gidi Culture Festival and Calabar Carnival. The Port Harcourt Book Festival is popular with book lovers because they can interact with authors and attend lectures. Book fans will also enjoy the Ake Arts and Book Festival.

When You Want to Stay Indoors

Whether you head to your Nigeria timeshare during the wet or dry season, you can explore some indoor attractions too. The country is home to hundreds of large and small museums, including the Nigerian National Museum, Benin City National Museum, Jos Museum and Kanta Museum. You can take a break from those museums and visit a national park too such as the Chad Basin or Yankari, which is the oldest national park in the country and operated by the state government. Visiting museums and hiking through parks are just a few of the things you can do after buying a Nigeria timeshare.

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