Mood Beach Club

Lagos is famed for its amazing night life as the city comes alive in the dark. Clubs, hangouts, lounges, and bars try to keep up with the demands of ‘night crawlers’ who seek the best places to spend their night. But this particular beach club “MOOD” is quite different from other nightlife venue at the […]

Ikogosi Warm Spring

The place where warm and cold meet and still maintain their respective temperatures is definitely  a wonder of the world. As if that’s not enough, the unique lush scenery created by the vegetation and tree canopy give an eccentric environment that’s to die for. The volume of water coming from the springs remains constant and […]

KAJURU CASTLE

Who says you have to visit Transylvania and risk vampire bites from Dracula just to get a feel of castles? Go no further.  Kajuru Castle has you covered. Kajuru Castle is an exclusive and luxurious total getaway built in an early medieval style at Kajuru village on a mountaintop just 45 minutes from the trade […]

OLUMO ROCK

*drum roll* Rock of agesssss, cleft for meeeeee….. Okay, so we got a little carried away there, but then again it’s impossible not to be when you’re talking about Olumo Rock! Initially serving as a place of refuge for the people of Egba land in times of war, this gigantic rock formation puts a new […]

Atican Beach Resort

There’s no need to head off to the Caribbean, The Bahamas or Canary Islands if you’re searching for clean white sands and that calypso flava (it’s really ‘flavor’ but try saying ‘flava’; it’s exciting, I promise!). Fun fun for everyone; it’s a happy day when you’re playing in the sun— and it doesn’t get any […]

Freedom Park

Back to parks, especially one with memorial value. Freedom Park is one for premium leisure. This is 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 […]

Nigerian National Museum

Onikan Road, Ikoyi, Lagos houses the Nigerian national museum which was built in 1957 to preserve Nigerian art. Nigerian National Museum has some pretty interesting exhibits in culture and history such as the Jemaa Head, a monument of the Nok Culture, terracotta pieces, Benin brasses, Late Murtala Muhammed’s bullet ridden car and other famous Nigerian […]

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