Lekki Lagos, Nigeria travel attractions with short stays offers? Lagos has a thriving arts scene, and there are numerous galleries in the city showcasing works of art (both contemporary and traditional) from Nigeria and all over Africa. Nike Art Gallery, run by the acclaimed Nigerian artist and designer Nike Davies Okundaye, is a four-story space on Victoria Island filled with art from all over Africa. The gallery also functions as a school and cultural center, offering custom tours to visitors interested in exploring the arts and cultures of Nigeria. Another artistic hot spot in Lagos city is Terra Kulture, a complex comprising a gallery, arts center, craft shop, bookshop and cafe specializing in traditional Nigerian cuisine. Terra Kulture regularly hosts events like book readings, art auctions and theatrical performances.
Located opposite the three-story Vantage Beach Hotel, Lekki Leisure Lake is the best destination authentic outdoor fun in Lagos. The resort is a safe and tranquil destination suitable for a family outing, a group adventure or even a fun day out with your significant other. At Lekki Leisure Lake you can partake in thrilling adventurous activities like quad biking, jet skiing, zip lining and much more! Elegushi Royal Beach is a private beach owned by the Elegushi Royal family, led by HRM Oba Alayeluwa Saheed Ademola Elegushi. It is arguably the most popular beaches in Lagos. The beach is well known to be the go-to fun place for great meals, nightclubs, and hang out spots. This beach is the perfect spot for picnics, parties or social gatherings.
Does the sound of seagulls appeal to you? Or does the sound of the waves as they tide and crash against the surf soothe your nerves? Then, visiting a beach in Lagos should be one of the top things to do. Being a coastal city, Lagos is home to number of beaches such as Lekki Beach, Elegushi Beach, the popular bar beach (located at Ahmadu Bello Way), La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort, amongst others. Trust us when we tell you that your stay in Lagos will not be deemed as complete without a trip to its popular markets. Ditch the thoughts of online stores and shopping malls, and treat your legs to a trip to markets including Oshodi, Yaba, Aswani, Computer Village, Eko, Jankara, Balogun Markets, and many more. Discover additional info on https://www.propertypro.ng/property-for-sale/in/lagos/lekki.
Have you ever heard of Fela Kuta? If yes, you’ll love this entry on our list of things to do in Lagos Nigeria. If not, you can’t leave Lagos without learning about this incredible figure in Nigerian history! Located in Fela’s former house, the museum tells you the story of Fela’s music, activism, and unusual lifestyle. When I visited I was the only visitor, but that made it all the more fascinating. Bottom line: either before or after visiting the New Afrika Shrine, you should take some time to pop by the small but fascinating Kalakuta Republic Museum.