Whether this is one of your first trips to Nigeria or not, there is no shortage of things to do and see in Nigeria. From its highest point of Chappal Waddi at 2,419 m (7,936 ft) to its lowest point of Atlantic Ocean at 0 m, Nigeria is blessed with hundreds of miles of amazing coastline, national parks and fascinating ancient sites. The most beautiful beaches can be found in Lagos and Port Harcourt.
Although Nigeria lies wholly within the tropical zone, there are wide climatic variations in different regions of the country. Near the coast, the seasons are not sharply defined. Temperatures rarely exceed 32°C (90°F), but humidity is very high and nights are hot. Inland, there are two distinct seasons: a wet season from April to October, with generally lower temperatures, and a dry season from November to March, with midday temperatures that surpass 38°C (100°F)"
Lagos, the previous capital of Nigeria, is a bustling city, and together with Cairo, ranks amongst the largest cities of Africa.