Cross River State

Obudu Mountain

Obudu Mountain Resort (formerly known as the Obudu Cattle Ranch) is a ranch and resort on the Obudu Plateau in Cross Rivers State, Nigeria. It was developed in 1951 by M. McCaughley, a Scot who first explored the mountain ranges in 1949.

Carnival Calabar

The Carnival Calabar started in 2004, when the governor of Cross River State, Donald Duke, had a vision of making the state a hub for tourism and hospitality in Nigeria and Africa.

Old Residency Museum

The museum building was designed and built in Glasgow and shipped over in pieces. The museum focuses on the history of Calabar, the Cross River region and slavery.

Alok Ikom Monoliths

Ikom monoliths are a series of volcanic-stone monoliths from the area of Ikom, Cross River State, Nigeria. Allison estimated that the monoliths may have been engraved between the sixteenth and twentieth century.

Ubang Community

Ubang Communit. The village where man and women speak different language.

Agbokim Waterfalls

Agbokim Waterfalls In Etung Lga.

The Ila-Oso Festival

The Ila Oso Festival begins in the second week of December and ends a few days before Christmas. It is a special time in Uzuakoli, Abia State

Afi Mountain Wildlife Sanctuary

Afi Mountain Wildlife Sanctuary in southern Nigeria, covers 104 km². Founded in 2000 with the idea of providing refuge to the most endangered animal species, such as the Cross River gorilla, the Nigeria-Cameroon chimpanzee.

Kwa Falls

Kwa Falls is a spectacular waterfall located in a narrow, steep gorge on the headwaters of the Kwa River.

Cross River National Park

The Cross River National Park is a national park of Nigeria, located in Cross River State, Nigeria. There are two separate sections, Okwangwo and Oban.

Slave History Museum

History of National Museum, Calabar. This was built in 1959. It is notable as home to the relics of slave trade including names of people that aided it.

Tinapa Resort

Tinapa is a business and leisure resort located North of Calabar municipality, Cross River State, Nigeria associated with the Calabar Free Trade Zone.

Mary Slessor House

The Mary Slessor building is one of the monuments in memorry of Mary Mitchell Slessor (2 December 1848 – 13 January 1915) who was a Scottish missionary sent by the United Presbyterian Church to Nigeria.

Ibeno Beach

The Marina Resort in Calabar sits on a great historical site, the water mouth of Calabar. It stands near old slave trade sites, where 30 percent of the slaves.