For residents of the garden city, taking a trip from Port Harcourt to Kaduna is a big deal. It is by no means a short journey and it’s not something you just wake up in the morning and proceed to take on. You will need to be armed with the right information, especially if you have never been to Kaduna. This article will talk about the price of travelling from Port Harcourt to Kaduna. It will also discuss the distance, location, and other useful information. We will start with a comparison of Port Harcourt and Kaduna.
Comparing Port Harcourt with Kaduna
Just like Kaduna, Port Harcourt is a busy place filled with people from all parts of Nigeria. You may be surprised to know that Igbo and Yoruba — two major Nigerian languages — are freely spoken on the streets of both cities. The NNPC (Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation) has two refineries in Port Harcourt and one in Kaduna. This may at least partially explain why both places have a huge population and plenty of public and private investments. It doesn’t even matter that one is in the South while the other is in the North. But how far are they from each other?
The distance between Port Harcourt and Kaduna
The distance between Port Harcourt and Kaduna by road is close to 800 kilometres. You can expect that the cost of travelling to such a faraway place will be a lot. But it doesn’t have to be so.
The cost of travelling from Port Harcourt to Kaduna by road
The cost of travelling from Port Harcourt to Kaduna is between N10,500 and N15,000. When you choose to book a ticket on Transita, you get the most affordable price, plus the comfort of booking from anywhere you want in advance. You also get to choose your pickup point and preferred seat.
How long will it take to travel from Port Harcourt to Kaduna by road?
It will take about 13 plus hours to travel from Port Harcourt to Kaduna by road. If you choose to travel by bus, it will be much easier to make the trip.
How much fuel will be needed for the trip?
Judging from the distance of almost 800 kilometres, you will need to have about 100 litres of fuel to make this trip work. Not to worry, you can always buy some along the way.