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5 Days 4 Nights Tour Of Calabar And Uyo

5 Days 4 Nights Tour Of Calabar And Uyo Packages
Country: Nigeria
City: Calabar
Duration: 5 Day(s) - 4 Night(s)
Tour Category: Heritage Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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5 Days 4 Nights Tour of Calabar and Uyo

Calabar is a city with alluring features with fascinating Museums, galleries, and historical places. The nearby city of Uyo is a fast-growing city with a new infrastructure. These two culturally contiguous cities present a wonderful destination any day.


Day 1. Depart the hotel for a sightseeing tour of calabar city with visits to Calabar Museum (old Residency), Marry slessor Tomb, the Marina resort, Ikom monoliths.

Day 2. Breakfast

Depart for Tinapa Business and Leisure resort outside the city. A forty-five minutes drive to Calabar countryside to Tinapa. Tinapa offers a variety of activities like Cinemas, beautiful cafes to keep visitors as a whole.

Spend the day at Tinapa

Lunch and return to Calabar for overnight stay.

Day 3. Breakfast

Depart calabar for Uyo.

Arrive Uyo for sightseeing around the city.

Lunch and overnight stay.

Day 4. Breakfast

Depart hotel to visit Ibeno beach. Ibeno beach is located outside Uyo city

Spend the day at the beach for picnic and variety of activities

Lunch and return to Uyo city.

Overnight stay.

Day 5. Breakfast.

Departure and end of the tour.

More About Calabar:

Calabar was the name given by the Portuguese discoverers of the 15th century to the tribes on this part of the Guinea coast at the time of their arrival when as yet the present inhabitants were unknown in the district. It was not till the early part of the 18th century that the Efik people, owing to civil war with their kindred and the Ibibio, migrated from the neighborhood of the Niger River to the shores of the Calabar.

The city has several museums (including the Slave History Museum), a botanical garden, a free trade zone/port, an international airport and seaport, an integrated sports stadium complex, a cultural center, one of the most prominent universities in the country – the University of Calabar, a slave history park and several historical and cultural landmarks. It also has several standard hotels, resorts, and amusement parks.

The former Liberian warlord Charles Taylor lived in the old colonial palace in the city, under an agreement that led to the end of his country's civil war, before fleeing extradition to Liberia in March 2006.

Calabar people are mainly people from the old Calabar province – Calabar South, Calabar Municipality, Akpabuyo, Bakassi, Biase, Odukpani, and Akamkpa, but as commonly used in Nigeria, the term "Calabar people" could also refer to the indigenes of Greater Calabar as well as the people of the original South Eastern State of Nigeria who are at present the people of Akwa Ibom State and Cross River State.

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