Kaduna seems to be one of the most underestimated places in terms of tourism in Nigeria. So today we are shining the spotlight on them and discovering the 5 awesome spots to visit if you ever happen to be in Kaduna.
Without further ado, we have curated 5 awesome spots to visit
Fifth Chukker Polo Resort: Beyond being an absolute treat for polo fans and players, Fifth Chukker is a holiday spot for families and a getaway spot for executives. There’s horse riding, bike riding, quad biking, basketball, Lawn tennis and swimming. The resort blends seamlessly with its natural surroundings set on 130 hectares of land, it also offers world-class sports entertainment in a casually elegant environment.The Fifth chukker is undoubtedly one of the finest facilities in the country to play and observe the dramatic sport of polo.
- Kajuru Castle:Kajuru Castle is set on a hill like all other main castles, with dungeons and dragon tower, no kidding. It was built between 1985 and 1989 by Gerhard Huebner, an eccentric and visionary German businessman and has been used as movie sets, for photoshoots, video shoots and a number of Instagram photos
- Kamuku National Park: The Kamuku National Park is located north-west of Kaduna near Birnin Gwari in central-western Nigeria. The terrain is largely flat, rising gradually eastwards to the Birnin Gwari Ridge, which forms part of the eastern boundary.
4. Kaduna Musuem: Located along Ali Akilu Road in Ungawan Sarki, Kaduna, the museum was opened in 1975 following the donation of the old Northern People’s Congress (NPC) building by the North Central State Government. The museum is filled with collections of both archaeological and ethnographic materials. Terracotta statues and Benin bronzes can be found in the museum. You will also find a traditional craft village located within the Museum premises, where you can observe traditional craftsmen and women making crafts
5. Matsirga Waterfalls: Situated in Kafanchan, about 227 kilometres south of Kaduna, the water drops 30 meters into a gorge that has been supported by the beautiful rocks. The fresh cool breeze around the area has something to offer for tourists. The proximity of the Kagoro Hills and Nok Museum provides an added advantage to tourists visiting the area.