Sustainable And Eco-Hotels In Nigeria

The 8 Most Ethical And Sustainable Hotels In Nigeria according to ETIC Hotels

Welcome Centre Hotels

  •  Lagos, Nigeria
  •  ETIC Green Score: 67%
  •  Reviews: 4 (817+)
ETIC carbon rating
51.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.7
/10

From: N/A

Riviera Resort Lekki

Indoor swimming pool,Free WiFi,Airport shuttle (free),Fitness centre,Restaurant,Room service,Non-smoking rooms,Family rooms,Bar,Breakfast
  •  Lekki, Nigeria
  •  ETIC Green Score: 67%
  •  Reviews: 3.8 (40+)
ETIC carbon rating
51.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.7
/10

From: N/A

Bricks Residence

Free WiFi,Free parking,Room service,Non-smoking rooms,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms,Bar,Breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
51.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.7
/10

From: N/A

Monty Suites Uyo

Outdoor swimming pool,Free WiFi,Fitness centre,Restaurant,Family rooms,Spa and wellness centre,Facilities for disabled guests,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms,Bar,Superb breakfast
  •  Uyo, Nigeria
  •  ETIC Green Score: 67%
  •  Reviews: 4.3 (1305+)
ETIC carbon rating
51.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.7
/10

From: N/A

Clique Court Hotel & Suite

Outdoor swimming pool,Free WiFi,Restaurant,Non-smoking rooms,Free parking,Room service,Family rooms,Bar,Breakfast
  •  Opete, Nigeria
  •  ETIC Green Score: 66%
  •  Reviews: 4.2 (14+)
ETIC carbon rating
51.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.6
/10

From: N/A

Johnwood Hotel by Bolton

Outdoor swimming pool,Airport shuttle,Free WiFi,Fitness centre,Restaurant,Free parking,Room service,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms,Bar,Breakfast
  •  Wuse, Nigeria
  •  ETIC Green Score: 66%
  •  Reviews: 4.5 (342+)
ETIC carbon rating
51.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.6
/10

From: N/A

The Destination by Gidanka

Outdoor swimming pool,Airport shuttle,Fitness centre,Restaurant,Free parking,24-hour front desk,Family rooms,Facilities for disabled guests,Bar,Good breakfast
  •  Abuja, Nigeria
  •  ETIC Green Score: 66%
  •  Reviews: 4.8 (101+)
ETIC carbon rating
51.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.6
/10

From: N/A

Golden Tulip Festac Lagos

Swimming Pool,Free WiFi,Free parking,Bar
ETIC carbon rating
51.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.5
/10

From: N/A

COUNTRY PROFILE

Nigeria

  • Official Name:Federal Republic of Nigeria

  • Capital:Abuja

  • Population:206,139,587

  • Area:923,768 km²

  • Major Languages:English

  • Major Religions:Christianity, Islam

  • Life expectancy:54.69 years

  • Currency:Naira

10 Things To Do In Nigeria

  • 1. Lagos

    Explore the vibrant city of Lagos, Nigeria`s commercial hub. Immerse yourself in its bustling markets, diverse culture, and energetic nightlife. Discover historical landmarks, contemporary art galleries, and beautiful beaches that showcase Lagos as a dynamic and lively metropolis.

  • 2. Abuja

    Visit Abuja, Nigeria`s capital, known for its modern architecture, government institutions, and diplomatic presence. Explore its impressive landmarks, including the Aso Rock, National Assembly, and presidential complex. Abuja`s blend of administrative importance and natural beauty makes it a unique destination.

  • 3. Olumo Rock

    Discover the historical significance of Olumo Rock, a natural wonder in Abeokuta. Ascend its steps to reach the summit, where panoramic views await. Explore its caves, sculptures, and the stories they tell about the Egba people`s history and the rock`s role as a fortress and sanctuary during ancient times.

  • 4. Yankari National Park

    Experience the natural beauty of Yankari National Park, Nigeria`s flagship wildlife reserve. Embark on game drives to see elephants, buffalos, and more, and relax in the warm spring waters of Wikki Warm Springs. Yankari offers a unique opportunity to connect with nature and encounter a variety of wildlife species.

  • 5. Zuma Rock

    Marvel at the iconic Zuma Rock, often referred to as the "Gateway to Abuja." This monolithic rock formation stands as a symbol of Nigeria`s unity and is surrounded by myths and legends. Zuma Rock`s presence against the landscape captures the imagination and offers a glimpse into the country`s natural wonders.

  • 6. Kano

    Explore the ancient city of Kano, with a rich history that dates back centuries. Discover its historic walls, vibrant markets, and traditional crafts, including the renowned Kano dye pits. Kano`s blend of culture, heritage, and architecture provides a window into Nigeria`s past and its enduring significance.

  • 7. Niger Delta

    Experience the diverse ecosystems and cultures of the Niger Delta. Explore its intricate network of waterways, mangroves, and communities, and gain insights into the people`s traditional way of life. The Niger Delta offers an opportunity to appreciate the complex relationship between people and the natural environment.

  • 8. Idanre Hills

    Embark on a journey to Idanre Hills, a UNESCO-listed cultural landscape in southwestern Nigeria. Climb its steps to reach the hilltop village, explore its historic structures, and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding area. Idanre Hills offers a unique blend of nature, architecture, and cultural heritage.

  • 9. Ogbunike Caves

    Discover the enchanting Ogbunike Caves, a network of interconnected limestone caves and tunnels. Explore their chambers, admire the formations, and learn about their cultural significance to the Igbo people. Ogbunike Caves provide an opportunity for an underground adventure and a connection with Nigeria`s geological wonders.

  • 10. Taste Nigerian cuisine

    Embark on a culinary journey through the diverse flavors of Nigerian cuisine. Savor dishes like jollof rice, suya, egusi soup, and plantains. Experience the rich blend of spices, ingredients, and cultural influences that shape each meal, allowing you to connect with the traditions and tastes that define Nigeria`s gastronomy.

5 Most Visited Cities In Nigeria

  • Lagos

    Abuja

    Port Harcourt

    Kano

    Ibadan

When To Go To Nigeria

  • The dry season from November to March is the best time to explore Nigeria`s vibrant cities, diverse cultures, and natural wonders. Lagos, the largest city, boasts bustling markets, lively nightlife, and a mix of cultures. Abuja, the capital, offers modern development, government buildings, and cultural attractions. The ancient city of Kano and the Yankari National Park provide insights into Nigeria`s history and wildlife. Nigeria`s energetic music scene, rich traditions, and diverse landscapes create a travel experience that is both dynamic and immersive.

Travel Recommendation And Useful Links For Nigeria

Find the complete travel guide for Nigeria

  • - Check visa requirements and obtain necessary visas before your trip.
    - Respect local customs and etiquette, and be aware of Nigeria`s diverse cultures.
    - Be cautious of safety concerns, especially in certain areas; follow travel advisories.
    - Explore Nigeria`s cities, national parks, and cultural heritage.
    - Experience Nigerian music, cuisine, and the country`s lively arts scene.

  • Office Tourism of Nigeria

  • CIA World Fact-book

  • Wikipedia Page

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