The eighth most populated states in the county, Anambra is located in the southeastern part of Nigeria. The state is densely populated, bordered by Kogi state in the north and Abia to the southeast. The people of Anambra are Igbos and agriculture is a major economic contributor. The State houses the commercial town of Onitsha. The town is linked to South west through the bridge across River Niger. Another prominent town in Anambra is Nnewi and Awka the administrative seat of power.
Things to do
The large Onitsha market is foremost amongst the places to see in the State. The market is believed to be the largest in West Africa. Other attraction points are Egbe Cham, Igbo-Ukwu Bronzes, Ogba Waterfalls in Owerre Ezukala and Agulu Lake.
Tourists can visit museums in Anambra such as Obu Ofo-Nri Museum and Odinani Museum. Anambra has many places of interest and a visit to the State is sure to be enjoyed. Ajalli Cave, Otuocha Sand Beach, The River Niger Bridge and Ikenga Virgin Forest, are some of the destinations tourists might explore.
Where to stay
There are abundant accommodation facilities in Anambra where you can lodge when visiting any part of the state. Some of the top hotels in Anambra are Transit Homes & Hotel Limited, twin Towers Hotel and Conv-Aj Centre. Depending your budget, you can secure a room in any cheap hotel in Anambra via Jovago.