Nigeria is a big country with vast and connected road network.
You can drive from Maiduguri to Lagos and from Sokoto to Port Harcourt.
Getting Around by Bus
The road network in Nigeria is good but road the conditions may vary. There are a number of coaches locally called luxurious bus operators that run scheduled services across the country. ABC, They Young Shall Grow, Ekesson, Ekenedili Chukwu, Cross Country etc. These are complimented by mid-size buses like Peace Mass Transit, Edegbe Line etc. that provide bus trips between cities.
Getting Around By Air
Air travel is somewhat limited to major cities including Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, Enugu, Owerri, Kaduna, Kano, Uyo and Sokoto. These routes are operated by local airlines; Dana, Medview, Arik
Getting Around By Road
All cities in Nigeria are connected by road. The road is the most frequently used mode of transport by Nigerians causing significant wear and tear to the roads. Road travel also affords visitors an opportunity to experience the beautiful scenery and landscape the country has to offer. Major interstate roads are being upgraded to meet international standards. It is advisable to use 4WD for road trips within Nigeria.
Getting Around in Lagos
Lagos enjoys good road network. The mainland is connected to the island by 3 bridges; the Third Mainland Bridge, the Eko Bridge and Carter Bridge. There are taxis locally called Kabu Kabu, mini bus locally called danfo and the bus rapid transport (BRT) buses for commuters. The public cabs and mini bus are painted yellow with black stripe across. Uber operates in Lagos. Ferry service is also available but with limited routes.