What can you see in Lekki, Lagos and real estate deals? It’s possible to arrange various water-based activities through local providers in Lagos. Look into Kayak Lagos, Optimel Water Sports and Lagos Fishing Charters, which offers sport fishing charters in the Gulf of Guinea. Another appealing way to enjoy an action-packed day on the beach is to arrange the “daycation” package at La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort. It gives you access to a private beach, swimming pools and a mangrove forest where you can spot monkeys and tropical birds. Available activities include family boat cruises, jet ski and kayak rentals, fishing in the lagoon and horseback riding.
Thinking about taking your nightlife escapades to the next level? Then think Fela Shrine a.k.a The New Afrika Shrine. From the genre of music to the inspirational story-telling lyrics, not forgetting the sacrosanct palm-wine, get ready to get a political education, a lesson in ‘shakin-it’ and a contact high! The New Afrika Shrine is an open-air entertainment centre located in Ikeja, Lagos State. It serves as the host location of the annual Felabration music festival. Currently managed by Femi Kuti and Yeni Anikulapo-Kuti, it is the replacement of the old Afrika Shrine created in 1970 by Fela Kuti until it was burnt down in 1977. The New Afrika Shrine showcases photo galleries of Fela and musical performances by Femi Kuti and Seun Kuti, thus making it a tourist attraction.
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. Explore additional details on https://www.propertypro.ng/property-for-sale/in/lagos/lekki.
Nigeria may not be known for its surfing culture, but Tarkwa bay is starting to put it on the map, as even some of the pros are starting to flock to this hidden but increasingly popular surfing gem. As it’s located on a small artificial island, Tarkwa is only accessible by a 30 minute boat or water taxi from Victoria Island (Mekwe Jetty is one of several places to catch a lift) Didn’t pack your board? That’s cool! It’s still a fun beach (you can rent a chair) and a worthwhile place to visit in Lagos. Plus, watching the surfers at work is always a great thing to do! N200 entrance fee (additional costs for chairs, tables and tent rental).