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Here are some interesting places in calabar ,Whether you are coming to Calabar for sightseeing or searching for romance, you are in the right place. It is true that Calabar has become where a lot of Nigerians will love to visit but a lot of visitors miss some of the fun things that Calabar has to offer them. What are the cool things about Calabar that you have heard? Well, this post brings you six of the things everyone agrees is among what makes Calabar cool.
Obudu Mountain Resort
Obudu Mountain Resort is one of the famous places that you can think of when you are in Africa. Arguably one of the best holiday resorts in Nigeria, the Obudu Mountain Resort is beautiful and full of adventures. It is an offshoot of Sankwala Mountain Range that is above the sea level. The temperature is great and the numerous gorges and hills are there for you to explore.
Tinapa Business & Leisure Resort
When Tinapa Business & Leisure Resort was built in Calabar as a free trade zone, Obudu Mountain Resort lost a bit oh hype. The mountain resort is some distance from Calabar which may discourage a lot of people from going to it. But Tinapa is in Calabar with its mesmerizing facilities that attract people to them. There are a number of hotels in Calabar close to Tinapa where you can lodge in should you decide to.
We have a lot of slave relics in Nigeria but this Slave Museum is quite different from others. We will remind you that Calabar was once a major slave port in the country. This museum tells us a lot about the 16th to 19th century era when slave trade was still in existence in the country.
Calabar Carnival is the biggest street carnival in Africa, second to the Rio Carnival in the world. Every Christmas, this carnival attracts thousands of people around the world with millions of viewers on the big screen. This is one of the best cultural festivals in the country that you can experience. Coming here for the first time? you can look for cheap accommodation in Calabar to stay at while you attend the carnival. Calabar Festival 2017 is already in the works as at the time of writing this and people are already making plans to attend.
Obudu Ranch International Mountain Race
The Obudu mountain race has become an international event that brings hundreds of professional cyclists to Nigeria. The price is $50,000 for the winner and it is highly competitive.
Mary Slessor’s House
Mary Slessor made history when she stopped the killing of twins in Calabar. She spent so many years in Calabar before she died in Okoyong, Calabar in 1915. You can still see her home here.