Lake Efi is a huge natural lake located in Sabagreia, Kolokuma/Opokuma LGA where a popular fishing festival takes place.
Akassa Slave Transit Camp
The Akassa Slave Transit Hall was where slaves were camped as they awaited the transatlantic journey to the ‘new world'. It is located in the Brass LGA.
Seigben Ogugu Lake
Seigben Ogugu Lake is in the Southern Ijaw LGA. It is the site of the Seigben Ogugu Fishing and Feasting Festival. Other tourist attractions in the state include the Akassa Lighthouse in Brass LGA; Okpoama Beach (also in the Brass LGA); the Koluama Holiday Resort in Southern Ijaw LGA; the Ossiama Fish Lake in Sagbama LGA; the Amasinghan Love Boat of Aleibiri; the Agricultural Palm Beach; and Agge Palm Beach (all in Ekeremor LGA).
These are two museums in the Nembe LGA. They are home to various artefacts dating back hundreds of years. Other historical sites in Bayelsa are the White Graveyard at Twon-Brass in Brass LGA; the Ogidigan Deity at Bassambiri in Nembe LGA; King Ockiya's Mausoleum at Ogbolomabiri in Nembe LGA; Late Chief Christopher Iwowari's Monument at Bassambiri in Nembe LGA; the Bronze Heads at Opume in Ogbia LGA; and Isaac Boro Memorial Monument at Kaiama in Kolokuma/Opokuma LGA.
Seigben Fishing and Feasting Festival
This is an age-old festival held at the Seigben Ogugu Lake. The activities that take place during the festival include dance performances by the Egbelegbele dance troupe, a ‘Love Boat Party' and singing. The festival takes place annually on May 30. The carnival atmosphere of the celebration attracts people from all walks of life.
Ogoriba Uge Festival
The Ogoriba Uge festival is celebrated by the people of Odi in the Kolokuma/Opokuma LGA in commemoration of the historical killing of a wild buffalo. It takes place every year on July 27. There are approximately twenty-four other ceremonial and traditional festivals that are observed in the state.