Delta State is in Nigeria.
Delta State is located in South-South Nigeria. The state is divided between the Central African mangroves in the coastal southwest and the Nigerian lowland forests in most of the rest of the state as a small portion of the Niger Delta swamp forests are in the far south. The other important geographical features are the River Niger and its distributary, the Forçados River, which flow along Delta's eastern and southern borders, respectively; while fellow Niger distributary, the Escravos River, runs through Warri and the coastal areas are riddled with dozens of smaller Niger distributaries that make up much of the western Niger Delta.
Much of the state's nature contain threatened dwarf crocodile, Grey parrot, African fish eagle, mona monkey, and African manatee populations.
Delta State is inhabited by various ethnic groups, including the Isoko and Eruwa in the centre of the state; Ukwuani in the east; the Ika, Ozanogogo and Olukumi in the northeast; the Anioma in the northwest; and the Ijaw, Itsekiri, Urhobo, and Uvwie in the southwest.
Delta State's economy is based on the production of crude oil and natural gas as one of the main oil-producing states in the country. Key minor industries involve agriculture as the state has substantial oil palm, yam, and cassava crops along with fishing and heliciculture.
- The Nana's Palace: the Nana's Palace was built by a chief called Chief Nana Olomu of Ebrohim. He was a very powerful man in his own time.
- The River Ethiope: the river is a place of worship by the traditional religious people. It is located in Umuaja in Ukwuani Local Government. The river flows through the seven different local government areas in the State.
- Demas Nwoko Edifice
- The Niger Bridge
- Warri Kingdom Royal Cemetary: the grave serves as a resting place for the ancient rulers in Warri Kingdom.