Getting To Nigeria by Plane
Via Murtala Muhammed International Airport (LOS) which is situated near the largest city of the country, Lagos . LOS offers international flights to Abuja , Accra , Cotonou , Dakar , Douala , Johannesburg and London with Virgin Nigeria and Abidjan , Accra , Banjul , Conakry , Dakar , Douala , Freetown , Libreville , London and Monrovia with Bellview Airlines . Aero Contractors offers flights to and from Abidjan , Accra , Bamako , Libreville , Malabo , Monrovia and Sao Tomé.
A number of airlines from Europe and Africa have flights as well. These include KLM , Lufthansa , Iberia , Air France and Alitalia fly to Nigeria from their respective countries.
FLIGHTS TO NIGERIA: http://www.virginnigeria.com/en/ng/homepage.shtml
Getting around Nigeria By Plane
Aero Contractors fly between Lagos , Abuja , Bebi , Benin City, Calabar, Enugu , Owerri, Port Harcourt and Warri. Bellview Airlines fly between Lagos , Abuja , Kano , Owerri and Port Harcourt . Arik Air fly between Lagos , Abuja , Benin City, Calabar, Enugu , Jos, Kano , Maiduguri , Port Harcourt , Sokoto, Warri and Yola.
Getting around Nigeria By Train
Train services, albeit cheaper than buses, are painfully slow and very uncomfortable.
There are two main train lines. One travels from Lagos to Kano via Ibadan , Oyo, Ogbombosho, Kaduna and Zaria . The other line travels from Port Harcourt to Maiduguri via Aba , Enugu , Makurdi and Jos. The two lines connect at Kaduna and Kafanchan.
There is a third route which connect Zaria to Gusau and Kaura Namoda.
There is at least one daily service on the main routes. Sleeping cars are available, but have to be booked in advance. There are three classes of travel and some trains have restaurant cars and air conditioning.
Getting around Nigeria By Car
In Lagos and Abuja to a car one must follow a straightforward and painless process. Most main roads are in manageable conditions. However beware that some secondary roads might be closed after heavy rains. Rather than driving the car yourself, it is advisable to rent a car with a driver, especially in the north where armed robberies are endemic. Traffic drives on the right. Visitors will need an international driving permit and two passport size photos.
CAR RENTAL IN NIGERIA : http://www.carhiresearch.co.uk/ppc/Portugal/Lagos/15089.html?gclid=CMb2-Jf8-poCFQ-A3godT0vfdw
Getting around Nigeria By Bus
Buses and minibuses (bush taxis) service all but the smallest cities and towns. Whilst buses are reasonably fast and safe, bush taxis are faster and more comfortable, but also less safe.
Getting around Nigeria By Boat
HOTELS IN NIGERIA : http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotels-g293824-Nigeria-Hotels.html