Things to do

Explore Abuja

Jabi Lake

The Jabi Lake is a major tourist attraction in Abuja. It provides an interesting outdoor experience for fun lovers and seekers. For those interested in games such as beach volleyball, water sports, table tennis, boat-rides, Jabi Lake is a must visit.

Millenium Park

Millennium Park is the largest public park in Abuja. It was inaugurated by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on 4 December 2003. One it's most distinctive features is the river that runs across it in its main rectilinear axis, thus dividing it into two parts.

National Mosque

The National Mosque is often numbered among the places to visit in Abuja. The mosque is located, across from the National Christian Centre. It includes the office for the Islamic Center, a 500 capacity conference center, and the residential facilities for the Imam and muezzin.

Zuma Rock

Zuma Rock is top on the list of places to visit in Abuja. Located in Niger State, Zuma Rock is a large monolith, an igneous intrusion comprising of gabbro and granodiorite. It rises stunningly immediately north of Abuja, along the expressway connecting Kaduna to Abuja.

IBB Golf Course

IBB Golf Course is one of the most beautiful parkland courses in sub-Saharan Africa. It is bisected by streams, lakes and ponds with about 25 bridges. Within it, animals such as monkeys, crocodiles and pythons are found in their natural habitat and share nature with golfers and their visitors.

Arts & Craft Village

Located behind the Silverbird Galleria in the Central Business District, Abuja Arts and Crafts Village is one of the best hangout spots in Abuja. There are lots of artifacts and handmade crafts at Abuja Arts and Crafts Village, displayed for visitors to see and buy.