Fly to Port Harcourt with Air France

Port Harcourt - a beacon in the south

A merchant port and the heartbeat of the oil industry, Port Harcourt lies in a gulf in southern Nigeria and warmly welcomes international visitors. Business and economic activities are booming and are central to the port town's life; Port Harcourt is a comfortable, interesting place to stay for both business and leisure. Port Harcourt is only an hour's flight away from Lagos, the more popular destination in the great African country, and is perhaps less oriented towards leisure and more towards work for both residents and visitors; many industries are headquartered here, including tobacco, metal, timber and oil industries.
If you are planning to fly to Port Harcourt, Air France provides cheap flights to the city's airport from the UK. This major port has places of interest, great cuisine and entertainment; a closer look at the city reveals a thriving cultural life and plenty of entertainment to distract you from business and trade.

Port Harcourt - a quality stay

There is a large choice of high-end hotels and midrange hotels in Port Harcourt.
The Borikiri market provides an inviting and vibrant outing where you can discover the spicy dishes of Nigerian cuisine, buy local wares of all sorts and immerse yourself in local life.
For visitors with children, a trip to the Port Harcourt Zoological Gardens is delightful; once past its gates, you can view big cats, elephants, reptiles, monkeys. The setting is pleasant and the zoo is a major attraction for both Nigerians and tourists visiting the town. The Port Harcourt Zoo lies in the Trans Amadi district of the town.
Take a guided tour along the Izumini River for a day out to discover the large expanses of streams and rivers running across the vast landscapes. The coastline is dotted with several creeks, one of which, the Kolabi creek has been transformed to receive visitors: you will find an artificial sandy beach, pier and waterfront restaurants, wildlife displays, games area and museum.
Visitors quickly learn to navigate through the city thanks to an elaborate bus network, taxis, car hire. English language speakers will feel at ease, as English is spoken everywhere in addition to the Igbo language.
Many reputed restaurants are found in Port Harcourt and provide the opportunity to taste local dishes such as yams, soups and Suya. Buy freshly cooked food from a street vendor or try the many restaurants: Nigerian, Thai, Indian; world cuisine to suit your palate and mood.
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For travel recommendations, consult Foreign Travel advice from the UK government .