Lagos: Bar Beach, Badagary Beach, Tarkwa bay Beach
Lekki suburb of Lagos: Lekki Forest Reserve - nice little fenced-off and interesting patch of tropical rainforest with wooden walkways located on the outskirts of the city ask a taxi to take you to "across from Chevron Oil Company (who financed much of the refurbishment of the forest to look greener on the Lekki Express Way, just before the second toll gate", as locals tend not to know about the existence of the place, so taxi will probably look at you with a "huh" expression even though he may drive past it daily), Lekki Beach, Eleko Beach
Jos: Hiking and tourism on the Plateau
Enugu:Hiking and traditional events e.g New yam and atiliogwu dancers
Calabar: Harbour and slave monuments in Calabar and Tinapa the Nollywood studios a little drive outside the city.
Obudu: Small town a few hours to the north from Calabar very close to the Cameroon border - rent a car from Calabar airport comes with driver and ask the driver to take you there via Tinapa. This is a cool mountain escape with a nice resort Obudu Mountain Resort on the mountain the president also has a week-end home there. They have some forest walks, hiking, one of the longest cable cars in the world Austrian built and very nice pristine swimming pools with fountains available.