Warri - one of the nerve centers of business associated with the oil in southern Nigeria. It is a market town in Delta State, Nigeria. City - one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Southern Nigeria, mainly including itsekiris, Urhobo and Ijaws.
This city is home to many tourist attractions such as Avenida Baptish Church, the Anglican Church of St. James, Fenega Plaza and more. It is a city that requires 3 days to visit. You can enjoy a comfortable in Warri, which has a range of hotels. When planning a holiday in Nigeria can undoubtedly include the city of Warri to the route of his journey.
This palace is located in the city center and is home to the Olu of Warri, who was a great throne of the Kingdom of Warri. This ancient palace with interesting African architecture for art lovers. Only part of the palace is open to the public, as it is actually a private home. Furniture and interior decorated in European style, and there are several collections worldwide.
It is a historical museum that shows how life was in Warri to civilization. Chief Nana Olomu of Ebrohim built this museum. Nana was an influential businessman who lived in the XIX century. This magnificent building was built under the influence of the British Empire by Queen Victoria. It is outside of Warri, in the area of Coco. Tourists can get access to this location by grabbing a cab.
Make a favor and walk to the creek. Real-world experience to take one of the local wooden boats. Red mangrove is located near Golden Abraka course and golf on the shores of the swamp can be seen. This march is also an interesting place to see and explore. Tourists are reminded of the need to go with a guide.
This, of course, is that the kids enjoy. It is located next to the palace of Olu of Warri and always full of people. This is a favorite place for locals to relax on hot summer days, as well as a picnic and spend time with their families. One thing that makes this park is special, tourists can find many rare species of trees, palm trees, birds and a large number of hotels.