Have a warm memorable experience in the green, clean and serene environment in the beautiful city of Calabar. Calabar is filled with rich history and culture of our great nation, her people are very hospitable.
The Calabar International Convention Centre is a landmark, purpose-built facility located in Calabar, Cross River, Nigeria. Opened in the third quarter of 2015, this state-of-the-art, multifunctional convention Centre offers capability to host a wide range of events.
Housed in the Old Government House building-the former residence of the Colonial Governor when Calabar was the capital of pre-independent Nigeria, the museum building was designed and built in Glasgow and shipped over in pieces. Housing the world's largest quantity of original Nigeria documents and artifacts, guided tours around the museum takes place everywhere.
Founded in 1991 the DRBC is the region’s first primate rehab project. Illegally held drills orphaned by hunting are donated by local citizens or handed over after seizure by authorities; no animals are purchased or removed from the wild. Over 75 drills have been recovered, and rehabilitated to life with members of their own species, after thorough medical screening.
Located on the site of a fifteenth-century slave-trading warehouse in Marina Beach, the Slave History Museum derived its name from the activities that took place in Calabar, the embarkation point for a significant percentage of the slaves who left African shores during the transatlantic slave trade.