You are sure to enjoy and learn about Nigeria, her people, and culture from a visit to the National Museum, Onikan, Lagos. Go for a walk on the longest canopy walk in Africa, spot animals, explore nature, and play giant board games on the ground when you visit the Lekki Conservation Centre. A visit to the Lekki art and craft market will not just give you the chance to see locally made art and craft, but will also avail you the opportunity to purchase some as souvenirs. A visit to Freedom Park, a former prison yard for the slave trade market now turns to a museum and entertainment park. A variety of world-class art will leave you blown away at the Nike Art Gallery. Finally, get a splash from nature and get hit by the freshest of air as you head to one of the most visited beaches in Lagos
RATE(Per person): As From $ 1050 per person sharing in a double/twin room(Subject to availability)
- Return flight tickets
- 4 nights accommodation with daily breakfast
- Return airport transfers to and from hotel
- Tours as per itinerary
- Services of a professional driver/guide
- Any other item not included
DAY 1: NAIROBI – LAGOS
Depart from Nairobi to Lagos. On arrival at Lagos you’ll be met by our local representative and transfer to your hotel for check in.
DAY 2: LAGOS CITY TOUR
After breakfast you’ll be picked -up from the hotel to explore the city of Lagos your first stop will be at:
The Nigerian National Museum is a national museum of Nigeria, located in the city of Lagos. The museum has a notable collection of Nigerian art, including pieces of statuary and carvings and archaeological and ethnographic exhibits. Of note is a terra-cotta human head known as the Jemaa Head, part of the Nok culture. Proceed to
A memorial and leisure park area in the middle of downtown Lagos in Lagos Island, Nigeria which was formerly Her Majesty’s Broad Street Prison. It was designed by the Architect Theo Lawson. The Park was constructed to preserve the history and cultural heritage of Nigerians.
The Cathedral Church of Christ
Drive through and see the Cathedral Church of Christ Marina, is the oldest Anglican Cathedral in the Church Of Nigeria Anglican Communion and also one of the finest of Cathedrals in Africa. It is the seat of the Bishop of Lagos. Established in 1869, Christ church stands on a prominent position on the CMS suburb of the Marina, of the Lagos Island, overlooking the Lagos lagoon.
Visit the Art & Crafts Market
A visit to the Lekki art and craft market will not just give you the chance to see locally made art and craft, but will also avail you the opportunity to purchase some as souvenirs. You will stop at
A premium Belgium-Lebanese themed restaurant on Victoria Island where you will have lunch. before heading back to the hotel you ”ll Stop at Moist Private Beach for some exotic evening relaxation (Optional*).
DAY 3: LEKKI CONSERVATION CENTRE
Drive to Nike Art Gallery that will blow your mind away with a variety of world-class art. If you are an art lover here is the place to be. Proceed to Lekki Conservation Canopy Walk the longest canopy walk in Africa! Explore nature, spot animals such as monkeys, birds, tortoises, fishes, and peacocks, and go for a walk on the longest canopy walk in Africa. Play the largest chess game. A Stop at an African Kitchen to try out the well-sourced indigenous meal. Before the sunset you’ll be transferred to your hotel.
DAY 4: RELAXATION
After breakfast spend the day relaxing or you can go out shopping.
DAY 5: LAGOS – NAIROBI
Breakfast at hotel and free leisure at the hotel or walk out around the hotel then transfer to the airport for your departure back to Kenya.