Located near the airport, this family-friendly hotel is within 12 mi (20 km) of National Archives of Nigeria, Millenium Park, and Calabar Museum. U. J. Esuene Stadium is 11.6 mi (18.6 km) away.
Located in the heart of Calabar, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of U. J. Esuene Stadium and Millenium Park. Calabar Museum and National Archives of Nigeria are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Situated in Calabar, this hotel is 3 mi (4.8 km) from U. J. Esuene Stadium and within 6 mi (10 km) of Millenium Park and Calabar Museum. National Archives of Nigeria is 5.4 mi (8.7 km) away.
Located in the heart of Calabar, this hotel is 1.6 mi (2.5 km) from National Archives of Nigeria and within 6 mi (10 km) of U. J. Esuene Stadium and Millenium Park. Calabar Museum is 3.9 mi (6.2 km) away.
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The notable city of Malabo sits 90 miles to the south of Calabar.
Millenium Park is a beautiful natural attraction. It's not far away and suitable for outdoor adventures.
See how excited the local fans are about their sports by seeing a game at U. J. Esuene Stadium in Calabar. It's only 1 mile to the southwest of Calabar. When the game's over, hang out with the locals in one of the nearby pubs.
For something different, make your way to Calabar Museum and National Archives of Nigeria.
Ikot Omin and Oron are two great places in the wider region that you will want to add to your itinerary.
The area has a range of fun-filled activities for anyone who would like to get outside and just do it! Try your hand at mountain biking or rock climbing.
The Nigeria area provides vacationers with a wide range of pleasant outdoor pursuits, such as cycling and picnicking.
If you'd like to pick up some local knowledge, there are plenty of intriguing tours you can hop on, such as guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours, wildlife safaris, culinary tours and winery tours.
Get a bird's-eye view of the Nigeria region by floating through the air. Some time spent sky diving is something you're not going to regret.
There are a handful of great outdoor activities if you've got a love of the water. Swimming and canoeing are a couple of the reasons to get your feet wet.
To learn about the culture of Nigeria, visit the region's nature museums, history museums, art galleries and palaces.
Feel like you need to spend some time outside? Organize an excursion to one of the region's street art, farms, open-air markets and gardens.
The region's traditional villages and historic palaces are certainly worth the trip. They are sure to be enjoyed by every visitor, not just die-hard history fans.
Faith is an integral dimension of every place's DNA, so be sure to add some of the churches, mosques and shrines of Nigeria to your schedule.
Don't miss the opportunity to take your senses on a tour of this region's enticing cafés and restaurants.
Visitors are sure to see an abundance of chicken and beef, two prized regional ingredients.
Why don't you try amala (yam porridge) and draw soup (okra/pumpkin seed soup)? These menu options are easily found around here.
Finish with puff puff (fried dough balls), a delectable dessert.
Zobo (roselle juice), a non-alcoholic drink, can be enjoyed at any time of the day.
See how the locals have a good time at Independence Day, a national celebration that takes place every year on the 1st of October.
To get your flight back to reality, head to the closest airport, 90 miles to the south.
At this point, there aren't many places to stay on our Calabar lodging guide, so book early on if you have somewhere specific in mind.