Calabar Drill Monkey Ranch Calabar Drill Monkey Ranch The drill, a short-tailed monkey is among Africa’s most endangered mammals. At the Drill Rehab and Breeding Centre, otherwise called Drill Ranch in Calabar, Cross River State, such mammals and other animals are given a habitat to make sure they don’t go extinct.
It is following the footsteps of Professor Eyo that the Calabar Museum Society thrives. The society provides a platform for people in different fields and interest to get themselves involved in the work of the museum and compliment what the National Commission on Museum and Monuments (NCMM).
Finally, a British act for the abolition of the slave trade on 25 March 1807 stated that from and after 1 May 1807, the slave trade should be legally abolished. The Slave History Museum, Calabar, was established in 2007 and commissioned on 17 March 2011.
The city’s leading sights include the National Museum, the World War 1 Cenotaph, and Millennium Park. Cheap flights to Calabar are now available for a short time, so take this opportunity to discover this beautiful city. This destination is home to the Margaret Ekpo International Airport (CBQ), which is a 10-minute drive from the centre of Calabar.