Nigeria is a country west of Africa that’s known for its natural reserves and wildlife. It has a long coastline on the Atlantic Ocean. A famous beach in Lagos is the Tarkwa Bay Beach where you can relax and surf the waves. Some of the country’s most prominent national parks is the Yankari National Park which also has savanna and springs. If you’re an art lover, visit the Nike Art Center to see some pretty fine traditional and contemporary Nigerian art. What about visiting the Lekki Conservation Centre to go on the Canopy Walk or have a quiet and relaxing picnic? The choice is yours!

What plug sockets are used in Nigeria?

In Nigeria the plug sockets used are type D / G, the following pictures show the outlets and plugs needed. When travelling from the UK you will need an adapter for types D / G.

If you’re after an adapter we would suggest looking into this multi-purpose adapter. Please do double check that it meets your needs.

What voltage & frequency is used in Nigeria?

In Nigeria, the standard voltage is 230 V and the frequency is 50 Hz. This means you will be able to use all of your normal appliances in Nigeria as the voltage is exactly the same as in the UK, making your journey much easier. On this note, it is important to make sure you do check your appliances to confirm this is the case. Many appliances can be used across the world as they include a converter, this will be noted on the label showing ‘INPUT 100-240V, 50/60Hz’ meaning it can be used anywhere in the world. Most products such as laptop chargers, tablet chargers, cameras, phones, and toothbrushes are included in this category, but please do a double check.