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Highest Point Mountain in Nigeria

I guess you want to visit Chappal Waddi, the highest point mountain in Nigeria; it will be an unforgettable experience.

Mountain chappal waddi is a sight to behold, sitting in a vast inaccessible tropical rain forest, reputed to be the Highest Mountain in Nigeria.

There has been a great deal of concern about this unique mountainous and secluded ecstasy, inhabited by fascinating wild animals. Chappal waddi is one of the Nigerian fascinating tourist sites begging for attention.

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This highest point mountain in this part of the world is found at the south of the Gashaka Gumti National Park, Taraba state, in Nigerian, and it is close to the border that divides Nigeria with Camaroon.

Chappal Waddi Mountain, which is often referred to as the mountain of death is 2419 meters tall, a mountain peak, considers the highest in Nigeria.

But whether you believe it or not Nigerian is a beautiful nation with fascinating and attractive natural features, such as Cappal Waddi Mountain.

Chappal waddi is an outstanding natural feature in Nigeria, and can be a foremost tourist center in the world, if it receives the necessary attention from the relevant authorities to make it a world standard tourist center.

The most interesting thing about chappal waddi mountain in Nigeria, which is also referred to as the Gangirwal mountain is that, the mountain is not only considered the highest peak mountain in Nigeria, it is also the highest point mountain in the entire West Africa.

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What makes chappal waddi topped the list of highest point mountain in Nigeria is the fact that, chappal waddi mountain has about 2419 meters above the sea level, with about 7936 ft., giving it the status of the highest point mountain in Nigeria, higher than Tsaunin kwaiki mountain in Niger state with 2359 meters above the sea level, and 7740 ft.; and Kumari mountain in Borno state with 2280 meters above the sea level and 7480 ft. respectively.

Many would like to have their fair share of visiting the highest point mountain in Nigeria, nevertheless, taking an adventure into a landscape that you are not familiar with, can be a thorny experience.

However, it would be fair and proper to make findings on how to have the enthralling experience of visiting Chappal Waddi Mountain, but you should also take into consideration, your safety and security and the entire trek.

Chappal Waddi is surrounded with villages, such as Gashaka, you will also find the River of Gwamwam, and Kwano village and people of different background and culture, different religion and language, different custom and tradition.

How would you feel in an unfamiliar environment of a different cultural heritage? Someone interpreting the language to you, you are served with different cuisine.

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Your new acquaintances can actually make your new experience worthwhile; they can help as your interpreters, and route guides.

They may be there with you to ensure that there is no hitch, while on this adventure. An adventure of visiting the highest point mountain in Nigeria will not be a stroll at the park; you need to both physically strong and mentally sound and strong, because a feeble mind will not survive the adventure.

You know what, I have said earlier that Chappal Waddi mountain is located in the sticks, you require enough energy to explore chappal waddi because it is found at the south of the Gashaka Gumti National Park, that is why it is advisable to have a mental journey first to chappal waddi, after making enquiry, taking into consideration the trek, visit to the rivers around, and other places to visit within chappal waddi perhaps you should work out everything before you undertake the adventure. So mental strength and physical strength are of necessity to succeed in this adventure.

And making out for this adventure requires that you go with the company of others, say three to four and more persons since you cannot make it alone to chappa waddi, because you will need encouragement, and somebody around you.

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And you should be ready to track your route every work of the way so that you will not have difficulty in finding your way out of chappal waddi in that isolated tropical rain forest.

Having explored chappal waddi, the experience is eye-catching and out of this world. The highest point mountain in Nigeria gives an extravagant view of the nature, where you can take some photograph of some of the fascinating features at the Chappal Waddi Mountain.

Once you are through, you can always trace you path back, by now, you might have gotten an unforgettable experience of an inspiring natural attraction of Chappal Waddi Mountain in Nigeria with the highest peak.

Just there, out of the Chappal Waddi, is the Gashaka Gumti National Park in Taraba state, where you have the Mambilla plateau that hosted the chappal waddi mountain.

Mambilla plateau is actually found at the base of the chappal waddi, there, at theGashaka Gumti National Park, you are greeted with some uncommon variety of birds and animals.

Nevertheless, to say that Nigeria is not blessed with awe-inspiring and breathtaking natural physical endowment is understatement.

There is enormous tourism potential in this country that, if it is explored maximally, will not only generate revenue to the Nigerian government but will create wealth and jobs opportunity to the teeming Nigerian youths.

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So I will suggest that the federal government and the state government should take a bold step in harnessing these tourism potential, and if need be for knowledge transfer to develop these abandoned tourist sites, then let that be done and it is expedient that, the Nigerian government take this suggestion as a priority particularly, now that the country is facing economic crises, who know perhaps, it is a clarion call to the Nigerian government to develop tourism and invest in tourism, as a way of diversifying the Nigeria economy and divert away from crude oil into, someone will say agriculture, and I accept, another is saying industrialization, that is much better, but tourism is money spinning investment that will not only boost internal generated revenue for government, but will create jobs and as well increase Nigerian foreign exchange.

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