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Sunday, 18 December 2016

10 Places To Visit in Lagos This December

Usually the month of December is a beehive of activities that brings fun loving memories. It gives room for vacation thereby enabling a perfect time for reunion of family and friends in their choice locations. Life changing connections are made this period of the year. Children are also given the privilege to learn a lot from visiting new environment and interacting with people from different backgrounds. Some rare talents have even being unveiled during vacations.
For those in the Lagos, Nigeria who may not travel out of town, we like to share the following locations for you to pick one and give your family, friends and well-wishers a swell time.

Badagry Heritage Museum: This is a one storey building that houses the artifacts, records and culture of the Badagry people. Objects in this museum date back to pre-slave era, slave era and post slave era.

The people of Badagry wanting to keep their heritage intact and as a reminder of what happened in their town decided to resist huge buyouts of some of the things they hold dear and have instead decided to put in this museum items that are unique, old and valued historically.

The museum is very rich in culture, information and history. ]The heritage museum is a must visit if you are looking to see a part of the African Origin.

It is often said that the African story did not begin with slaves and this museum shows it. You will find the culture & records of the people who inhabited Badagry long before the setllers came and changed everything.
inagbe-resort-1Inagbe Grand Resorts & Leisure: Discover rustic living in a lush island haven, resonating air of simple luxury and refined elegance.

Inagbe Grand Resorts & Leisure is a first of its kind resort Set on the tranquil banks of the magnificent Lagos Lagoon and the Atlantic Ocean, this showpiece resort captures the essence of nature, culture and tradition. It is built with almost 100% local materials to achieve the formation aesthetic African styles.

Whispering Palms Beach Resort: This is a hotel that focuses on providing a relaxing stay for business travellers. The hotel is situated in a beautiful seaside location, surrounded by palm trees and lush sand; all aiming to create a soothing atmosphere. The food served is a choice of different international cuisines, as well as local Nigerian delicacies, such as ogbono, a mango-like fruit, which is served spiced with ugu and bitter leaf.

There are numerous facilities available to help you relax, such; art gallery, heritage room, indoor/outdoor gym, swimming pool, miniature golf, etc.

Atican Beach Resort: This is a private beach lying off the Atlantic Ocean in Lagos. The beach is on Abraham Adesanya Road, Ajah. It is a beautiful serene environment to play and have fun. There is a comfortable & safe lodge for you to sleep over. You can also find the restaurant & bar to enjoy some local food. There is a live band, as well as beach activities to keep you ‘busy’.

At the Atican Beach Resort, you can host a private party for your friends, family, work group. You can also meet the locals here and expand your network. The beach is on Abraham Adesanya Road, Okun, Ajah Lagos.

Ikeja Shopping Mall: Ikeja City Mall popularly known as ICM is a shopping and entertainment resort strategically located in the centre of Ikeja and it features a range of entertainment options for families including cinema and kiddies zone. There are many restaurants located in the shopping mall, and they serve the best food from several cuisines including African foods. It has an ample parking space and security is top of the mind.

Lekki Conservation Centre is a reserve for wildlife in Lagos, where animals are found in their natural habitats. The area is reserved and well managed as a vacation spot for nature lovers from around the world. It is located in Eti Osa Local Government Area of Lagos, just by the Conservation Toll Plaza on Lekki-Epe Expressway.

Palms Shopping Mall is commonly referred to as Lekki mall. It is family-preferred entertainment and shopping mall. The mall features several exciting activities, cinema, shopping stores and restaurants.

Nike Art Gallery offers visitors eye catchy African arts to excite you. It is a wonderful place to visit with your children, you never know if one might discover his latent talent. Located in Lagos, it has a lot of artworks on display which includes beadwork, painting, drumming, singing and dancing, stone works and carvings, traditional loom weaving, indigo dyeing, embroidery etc.

Omu Resort: The Omu Resort is situated along the Lekki-Epe road and is just a 10-minute drive from the Lagos Business School. Designed as a destination point for schools, families and corporate organisations.

It has the first wax museum in Africa and the first purpose built race track in nigeria with a different array of karts for all ages. It has a modern zoo, seaworld, art gallery, mini golf, quad biking, go karting, horse riding, and amusement park and so much outdoor fun packaged for those who come in to have a great time. It is located at Bogije, Ibeju Lekki, Lagos.

Lekki Beach [Maiyegun Beach]: Maiyegun beach is situated in Oti Osa Local Government Area of Lagos State. It is well known for hosting the famous Lekki Sunsplash Musical Concert. The beach is a great vacation destination, where you can enjoy the sun and have a picnic with your family while gazing at the beautiful water views.

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