Enugu is located some 180 miles (290 kilometers) from Abuja, the country's capital.
When it comes to getting the best from your time here, remember that Enugu is just the beginning; Nigeria has been blessed with an abundance of natural sights, cities and towns.
This area is renowned for its traditional villages; these are fascinating portals into the area's colorful past. This region is home to a rich spiritual life; learn more at the area's most sacred shrines.
This destination also has a number of once in a lifetime adventures such as sky diving. Why not take advantage of a good local guide and book a tour? Wildlife spotting tours, culinary tours and winery tours are popular in this area.
For lots of people, exploring new places is as much about food as it is about taking photos of tourist attractions so make sure to try out the dishes in the area's restaurants. Two ingredients found in many Nigeria menus are chicken and beef. Amala (yam porridge) and draw soup (okra/pumpkin seed soup) are popular with both vacationers and locals alike. Top it all off with puff puff (fried dough balls), a local dessert. And of course, no matter what time of day it is, Nigeria is a great place to have zobo (roselle juice).
When the time comes to say farewell to Enugu, head to the nearest major airport located in Port Harcourt, 110 miles (177 kilometers) away.