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      Cheap Bus Tickets from Abuja to Calabar Online Booking

      Discover your travel route on web, mobile or app and book cheap bus ticket from Abuja to Calabar online now.

      Do cheap bus from Abuja to Calabar bus online booking and save time and money. Calabar generally referred to as Cannan City is a city in Cross River state, in south Nigeria. Calabar is the cross river state capital. The real name for Calabar was Akwa Akpa, fromt he Efik language. The city is near to the Calabar and Great Kwa Rivers and Cross river Creeks. Calabar is arguably the largest visitor city in Western Africa. Here is the guide on how to book bus tickets from Abuja to Calabar:

      Bus from Abuja to Calabar Bus Tickets, Routes, Schedules & Fares FAQs

      What is the affordable way to get from Abuja to Calabar?

      The affordable way to get to Calabar is to shuttle and bus Abuja to Calabar which costs $24 – $25 and takes 11h 45m.

      What is the travel distance of Abuja to Calabar bus?

      The travel distance of Abuja to Calabar bus is 465 km.

      Fly or bus Abuja to Calabar?

      The top way to get from Abuja to Calabar is to fly which takes 2h 50m and costs $110 – $170. Alternatively, you can bus, cheap bus tickets from Abuja to Calabar  $30 – $45 and takes 20h 30m.

      Can I drive from Abuja to Calabar?

      Yes, the driving distance between Calabar and Abuja is 691 km.

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      Places to visit:

      The National Museum

      Also called as the Old Residency Museum. The national Museum, which was called  as the Government home is a prefabricated formation of Scandinavian red pine wood shipped from UK in 1884 on the instruction of Counsel Edward Hewett and erected in Old Calabar to facilitate the early British Administration.

      Slave Museum

      Placed on the site of a 15th century slave-trading warehouse in Marina beach. The slave history museum, calabar was established in 2007 and commissioned on March 17, 2011. It is a rich source on the activities of slave trade which was rampant in the Calabar place in the fifteen century.

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