5 Places to Visit in Lagos

5 Places to Visit in Lagos

Lagos is a metropolitan city with lots of interesting sights to behold. Below are top 5 Places in Lagos

1. Bogobiri

Bogobiri is located in the high brow area of ikoyi. And one of the many spots in lagos that come alive mainly at night. its a unique place where food and arts meet. The best days to visit Bogobiri is on Thursday night. For your jazz to highlige to afrobeat Bogobiri is the best place for you. Even better, it offers space for occasions like birthdays, bridal showers et.c

 

 

2. La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort

This is a private beach resort located at Ikegun Ibeju, Lekki. It prides itself in intricate African designs, hospitable staff and iconic views. The resort lies at the edge of the Atlantic ocean so you’ll do well to go with very light clothes, and if you’re not a fan of water, they offer hangout spots with undeniably tasty meals. A great escape from the regular Lagos hustle and bustle and a great place to wind off during the weekends or holidays. They also have well-furnished chalets where guests can lodge in. If it’s a fun intended trip, have your squad come along with you for the ride there is quite a long one!

3.  Lekki Conservation centre

Our list of top spots to visit in Lagos won’t be complete if we don’t mention LCC. This 21-year-old conservation centre is run by the Nigerian conservation foundation (NCF). If you appreciate seeing plants and animals in their natural habitat then this place is a must visit for you. There’s a lot of exploration themed activities to carry out there, not forgetting the fearless canopy walk. You will have a time of your life discovering the nature park and appreciating its splendor. Beware, there’s a lot of walking around to be done at this park, so be ready!

 

4. Terra-Kulture

Terra Kulture is an art gallery, theatre, arts and craft store mashed up in one building. It was founded by Bolanle Austen Peters. They have occasional art exhibitions and feature numerous stage plays. It is the host location of popular Nigerian stage play ‘Waka the musical’. If any of these have not convinced you to visit Terra Kulture, then you should know that they have a food lounge that serves many delicacies. Their ‘to-die-for’ Jollof rice is a must-eat!

5.  Kalakuta museum

Kalakuta Republic was the name of the place where Fela, alongside his band and family members lived. On February 18, 1977, the house was attacked by military officials and burned down. Now, it has been turned into a museum to honor Fela and his impact on Nigeria and the world at large. Kalakuta Museum is a place for people who want an insight into the world of Fela and one of the top spots to visit in Lagos

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