Abuja, Nigerian's capital, is situated 150 miles (241 kilometers) to the north of Nsukka.
The University of Nigeria Nsukka and the St. Victors Parish Onuiyi are some of the things to do and see around Nsukka.
Traveling in this popular part of Nigeria is all about discovery, so set aside some time to hit the road and uncover a few of the other cool population centers around Nsukka.
If the weather means you don't want to be outside, go to Nigeria's nature museums, history museums and palaces. Many people who arrive in Nigeria enjoy the street art, open-air markets and farms here.
The area around Nsukka offers some great ways to enjoy the great outdoors. Adrenaline junkies can join one of the bungee jumping and hiking excursions available here. De-stress the way the locals do in Nigeria. Try cycling and picnicking while you are here.
Experience the culinary arts of Nigeria by trying the food enjoyed here. Amongst the variety of elements often used in this part of the world are chicken and beef. Of course, no journey through Nigeria would be complete without sampling amala (yam porridge) and draw soup (okra/pumpkin seed soup). Top it all off with puff puff (fried dough balls), a common dessert. Sample one of the more common drinks such as zobo (roselle juice).
When booking your trip to Nsukka, it's good to remember that the handiest major airport, Port Harcourt International Airport, is located in in Port Harcourt, 130 miles (209 kilometers) away.