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Duration
3 Days
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Tour Type
City Tour
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Group Size
1-2
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Nigeria

3 days lagos visit

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Immerse yourself in a captivating 3-day adventure through Lagos, Nigeria. Discover floating slums, iconic landmarks, and the rich heritage of Abeokuta. Confront the sobering history of Badagry’s slave sites. Uncover vibrant art at Nike Art Gallery, climb historic Olumo Rock, and unwind on Tarkwa Bay’s sandy shores. Immerse yourself in Nigeria’s past at the National Museum and Alake’s Palace. Join us for a whirlwind tour that weaves together a tapestry of unforgettable experiences. 🇳🇬✨🌆

  • Start your day with a traditional Nigerian breakfast at a local restaurant or your accommodation.
  • Visit the Makoko floating slum while driving through the third mainland bridge
  • Explore the Lekki Conservation Centre, an urban nature reserve with a treetop canopy walkway.
  • Visit the Nike Art Gallery, one of Nigeria's largest art galleries featuring a diverse collection of traditional and contemporary art.
  • Savor Nigerian cuisine for lunch at a local restaurant, with options like Jollof rice, suya, and moi moi.
  • Immerse yourself in Nigerian history, art, and culture at the National Museum in Onikan.
  • Unwind at Tarkwa Bay Beach or Elegushi Beach, enjoying the beautiful coastline or engaging in water sports.
  • End the day at Terra Kulture, a cultural center and restaurant, where you can enjoy a traditional Nigerian dinner with live music and dance performances.
  • Depart early for Abeokuta, a 2-hour drive from Lagos.
  • Visit the iconic Olumo Rock, with its rich history and breathtaking city views from the top.
  • Relish a traditional Yoruba meal at a local Abeokuta restaurant.
  • Explore the historic Adire Market, famous for hand-dyed textiles and local crafts.
  • Discover the heritage of Abeokuta at the Alake's Palace, a royal residence.
  • Visit the Olusegun Obasanjo presidential library to learn about Nigeria’s political history since independence
  • Start the day early with breakfast and check out of your accommodation if needed.
  • Long drive to Badagry slave site
  • Return and Visit the Kalakuta Museum

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