As much as Lagos is a land of boundless opportunities, booming with multimillion-dollar industries and whatnots, it is equally home to a myriad of beautiful and exciting spots where you can have fun and relax. It is the Muslim’s holiday week and the ember month of the holiday is also fast approaching, you can’t afford to not maximize your holidays—God knows they are as sparse as electricity in Nigeria.
If you are in Lagos or you plan to spend your vacation in Lagos and you’ve been racking your brain trying to figure out where to go catch fun in Lagos, we’ve got you. Here are 5 fun things to do in Lagos while on vacation:
Go Have Your Senses Stimulated At Bogobiri
If you cherish fine displays of creativity and are a lover of good music and spoken word, you’ve got to visit Bogobiri in Ikoyi, Lagos. Bogobiri is fondly described by Lagosians as a place where ‘food meets arts.’ And it couldn’t be more accurately described, there’s a mini-art exhibition, a book store and mouthwatering delicacies at Bogobiri. Go get your senses stimulated!
Kart Race At GET Arena
Yea, you can kart race in Lagos. GET arena is just one of the various spots where you can engage in this thrilling activity. It’s more fun when you go with friends so you can compete with them, take pictures or videos as the case may be and have a lot to talk about at the end of the day. GET arena is adjacent to the Palms Shopping Mall.
Lounge In One Of The Exotic Beaches
There is the private beach resort known as La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort—it is as exotic as the name sounds. Situated at Ibeju Lekki, La Campagne Tropicana offers a much-needed escape from the rowdiness of Lagos. The beach features intricate African designs, nice hangout spots, dazzling views, tasty meals, and well-furnished chalets. La Campagne Tropicana is the perfect destination for a weekend getaway.
Vibe To Afro Tunes At The New Afrika Shrine
The king of pop, Fela Anikulapo Kuti may be long gone but his legacy lives on in the form of the New Afrikan Shrine where you can enjoy energetic performances from Afropop musicians including Fela’s sons, Femi, and Seun Kuti. Scattered about the shrine are picture displays of the icon, Fela. Afrika Shrine should be on your go-to list if you are bent on having fun during your vacation
You can count on the nightlife activities in Lagos to never disappoint. An exciting night out in Lagos will be one where you can’t stop gyrating to the bumping music bursting out of the speakers in highly rated clubs like Escape, Spice Route, Velvet and Cocoon Sundaze. Get your dancing shoes on!