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Do you need help as an hotel or a customer? this is where you find most questions and answers you are looking for.
Find Interesting Place
Are you looking for an hotel somewhere or Near you in Nigeria? You've come to right place.
Contact a Few Owners
Contact hotel or property Owners in Nigeria and make single or Group reservation without stress.
Make a Listing
Do you Own an Hotel or Do you manage an Hotel? List your property and increase your sales without hassle.
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STEP BY STEP ON HOW TO REGISTER YOUR HOTEL ON OUR
before you can register a property or hotel on our platform, you will need to create a yampa hotels partner account to do so follow these steps
1. Visit the sign up page and click get started
2. Enter your email address and click continue
3. Enter your first name, last name, and phone number, then click next
4. Enter your password, enter it again to confirm, then click create account
Once you have created a partner account, you can register your hotel property by following these steps
1. Visit the sign up page and click sign in
2. Log in to the sign up page
3. Click your account, then select add listing
4. Select your property type, then click list your property
5. Follow the steps to setup your property listing details
You can pause the registration process anytime to continue, go to the home page and click continue
Once you have completed registration, we will review it and send you a confirmation email once your property listing is set up. We may need further verification from you during the review process. You will then be able to access the Extranet, where you can update your availability, set your rates and adjust other details of your listing.
Listing fees: How much commission does your company give
Yampa hotels work with a commission _ based model, which means you pay us a set percentage on each reservation you get through our platform. We have structured our commission with a few details in mind
Our commission structure is based on the idea that the price you set is the price guests should pay
Lagos, Abuja, Kano, Uyo, Warri, Ibadan, Port Harcourt, Benin City, Owerri, Calabar, Onitsha, Ngwo Pine Forest, Awhum Waterfall, The Giant Footprint of Ukhuse Oke, The Ibeno Beach and many more
Ranging from lush natural parks to fantastic glittering beaches, the tourist places in Nigeria promise to make your vacation here the most happening one. Whether you’re a lover of nature or a history buff looking to explore the culture and past of the country, you can never run out of things to do or places to see here.
Those keen on exploring the natural wealth of Nigeria, can head over to the Nigeria famous places such as the Kainji National Park, the Ganashakti-Ganpati National Park or the Yankari Game Reserve. Teeming with endless colourful birds and an array of native animals, the national parks and wildlife sanctuaries in Nigeria offers an ideal insight into the natural life here. If you’re one for the beach, however, you must definitely make it a point to visit the Coconut Beach, Alpha Beach or the Ibeno Beach here, which pride in their clear blue waters and glittering white sands.
Our Hotels recommendations are based on our personal experiences and research, written by locals and travel experts with deep familiarity with the destination. When you book a hotel or tour that we link to, we may earn a commission.
There’s no question about it: Nigeria is huge. And just as the naysayers say size doesn’t matter, you realise that in West Africa, where just a couple of miles adds another fascinating tribal group, or that journey over the Obudu Plateau makes the difference between Guinean savannah grasses and verdant tropical rainforest, it really, really does! The point is that Nigeria is a country of many colors and creeds.
Its character morphs and shapeshifts almost as elegantly as a white-throated monkey swings between the boughs of the jungle. City wise, it’s got the colossal sprawl of Abuja – one of the fastest growing urban areas in the world. And then there’s Lagos – 17.5 million strong, but still finding time to chill on the Atlantic beaches.
Moving away from the towns and to the country, and Nigeria’s many faces continue. This time they peer like humans in the form of chimpanzees from the forest-clad gorges of the Gashaka Gumti. Or, they are plumed in pink like the black cranes of the Bade-Nguru Wetlands. It’s all very wonderful stuff.
Those interested in exploring the culture of the country will have the time of their lives exploring the Ancient Nok Settlement in Kaduna, with its exhibits of the traditional Nok Way of Life. The Osun Grove, dedicated to the Yoruba Goddess Oshun, is another interesting visit here.
Here are some of the best tourist places in Nigeria:
There are several tourist attractions in Nigeria, each with its own uniqueness, nature, structure and historical background.
This is a list of notable tourist attractions in Nigeria, arranged in alphabetical order.
Apapa Amusement Park
Bar Beach, Lagos
Cross River National Park
Gashaka Gumti National Park
Ikogosi Warm Springs
Isaac Boro Park
Kainji National Park
Kamuku National Park
Millennium Park (Abuja)
National Arts Theatre
National War Museum, Umuahia
National Stadium Abuja
New Afrika Shrine
Ngwo Pine forest
Obudu Cattle Ranch
Okomu Forest Reserve
Okomu National Park
Old Oyo National Park
Port Harcourt Pleasure Park
Port Harcourt Tourist Beach
Queen Amina Statue
Sir Lugard Empire Hill
Sukur Cultural Landscape
Yankari National Park