Calabar Museum

Ranked among the top Calabar museums and, in fact, among the best museums in the country, Calabar Museum is a reflection of the colonial era of Morocco. It was designed and constructed in parts in Glasgow, and transported to Morocco over a series of shipments. Read More

Centre for Education Research and Conservation of Primates and Nature

The place with the highest number of primate species on the entire African continent is an ancient rainforest in South-Eastern Nigeria. Read More

Calabar Cenotaph

The Calabar Cenotaph was built in memory of the Nigerian heroes of the World Wars One and Two and the Nigerian Civil War. Read More

Calabar Drill Monkey Ranch

Home to a colony of rescued drill monkeys and chimpanzees, the Drill Ranch is home to Pandrillus, one of Africa's most progressive primate-conservation bodies, which places emphasis on local education to combat poaching and the bushmeat trade. Read More

Kwa Falls

Kwa Falls is a spectacular waterfall located in a narrow, steep gorge on the headwaters of the Kwa River. The sparkling natural waters eternally fall through the mounds of igneous rocks of tropical reminiscence. Read More

IKOM Monoliths

They are carved monoliths which occur in groups numbering about 350 stones located about 35 sites which are evenly distributed within seven main clans of Cross River State. Read More

Obudu Mountain Resort

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

Agbokim Waterfalls

Agbokim Waterfalls consists of seven streams, each cascading over steep cliff which provides seven-faced falls, is and about 315 kilometers from Calabar. Read More

Cross River National Park

Established in 1991 from four former forest reserves, Cross River National Park consists of two separate divisions:Oban and Okwangwo. Covering an area of 640km2 of mostly lowland and sub-montane closed canopy forest. Read More