Business class flights to Abuja
Abuja, the capital of Nigeria, was founded in 1970s in a bid to shift capital to an ethnically neutral place. The city is clean, calm, well laid and well supplied with modern comfort but is a tad expensive than other Nigerian cities. At first instance, tourists find it hard to believe that the city is situated in Nigeria. Most of the offices have been shifted to Abuja from Lagos but the city is yet to find its soul. Most of the travellers visiting this city go shopping as it is home to some of the most beautiful shopping malls in the country.
- The best time to visit Abuja is from November to April
- Abuja is considered safe however tourists should avoid late night outings
- The official language is English so travellers won’t feel any language barrier.
Abuja may not be great in terms of tourist attractions but it could be an excellent jumping off point for many a destination in vicinity. During their visit to the city the travellers should go to Abuja National Mosque or Nigerian National Mosque which was built in 1984 and is also open to non-Muslims as well except prayer time. The mosque can accommodate more than 100 people for prayers. Aso Rock situated on the outskirts of the capital is also frequented by a large number of tourists. This 400 meter monolith is the biggest draw card for the city. Most of the government buildings are situated around it. The Rock was the site of 2003 Aso Rock Declaration that was issued by the head of governments of Commonwealth. Zuma Rock situated on the north of Abuja is another interesting feature of the city. If you have a love for wildlife you can go to visit Chad Basin National Park where you can have good grasp of flora and fauna of the region. These interesting features attract well heeled travellers who book business class tickets to Abuja to explore the capital and its neighbourhoods.