2-Day Dynamic Lagos Discovery Tour From Makoko To Lekki

2 Days

Overview

If you are visitng for a fun and stress free vacation, and also want to know and understand the city and its culture, this is the first tour to start with. The tour starts each day 10.am and ends by 6.pm.

Lagos is the economic capital of Africa and the social activities is second to none. This 2-Day extraordinary tour will give you a total overview of the city. You will not only visit the listed tourist attractions and other beautiful spots, we will also help you to soak in the fun of the city and have a memorable experience.

Part of the places you will be visiting include Makoko Floating Village, Lekki Conservation Center, the Arts and Crafts Market which is the biggest in Nigeria,Nike Art Center which is the biggest in West-Africa, the popular Afrika Shrine, Fela’s Kalakuta Republic Museum, national museum, among others.

Lastly, Lagos being a place of various beauties and blessed with great beaches and resorts, located right by the Atlantic Ocean, you will relax at the beach, swim, soak your feet in the blue ocean and enjoy its calm ambience. Be rest assured of great company, comfortable & pleasant ride, sightseeing and guide.

Highlights

  • Makoko Floating Village
  • Lekki Conservation Centre
  • Kalakuta Republic Museum,
  • The New Afrika Shrine,
  • National museum
  • Nike Arts Center
  • Lekki Crafts Market
  • Lagos beach

Itinerary

Day 1 :

1.Lekki Conservation Centre
Lekki Conservation Centre is a hidden gem waiting for tourists to explore as they Walk on the longest canopy bridge in Africa. The Centre is one of the best and most visited nature reserves in Nigeria. Raised walkways enable viewing of animals like monkeys, crocodiles and various birds. There is also a conservation center and a library. If you appreciate nature and are in a limbo as where to take your partner or lover, this center is the ideal place to visit.
2 hours , Admission included

2.Nike Centre For Art And Culture
Nike Art Gallery is West Africa’s biggest gallery and it boasts over 25, 000 artworks ranging from textiles, paintings, and sculptures from various Nigerian and African artists. The gallery is in a five-storey tall building.
2 hours , Admission included

3.Arts and Crafts Market
The Arts and Crafts market is regarded as the largest art market in Nigeria, the catalog of the Lekki arts and crafts market consists of different styles of art works. If you are looking for where to shop the best of Nigerian creativity, you must definitely visit the Lekki arts and craft market, also for art and fashion. Anything and everything of African prints can be found here.
3 hours , Admission included

4.Beach
Lagos is a place of various beauties blessed with great beaches and resorts. Located right by the Atlantic Ocean, there are various beaches in Lagos. With a wide array of beaches, it may be a little confusing to decide which to visit. But not to worry, we have put together the top beaches in Lagos. Have fun by relaxing under palm trees at the beach, swimming, soaking your feet in the blue ocean and enjoying the calm ambience of the resort
2 hours , Admission included

Day 2 :

1.Makoko Floating Community
Explore the Makoko community in Lagos, the world’s largest floating village which lives principally on stilt houses on water. Discover Lagos’s own Venice on this guided canoe ride through the watery fishing neighborhood, built on stilts overtop canals. The area is home to at least 850,000 people, although some estimates indicate closer to 1,000,000 floating city dwellers. Our local tour guide will educate you about the history of the community and why they decided to settle on water. This trip gives you an opportunity to experience the day today lives of the people, how they cope with the raining season, their occupation and many more.
2 hours , Admission included

2.The National Museum
Nestled within the bustling cityscape of Lagos, the Nigerian National Museum is a beacon of Nigeria's rich cultural heritage. Founded in 1957 by the English archaeologist Kenneth Murray, this national treasure trove houses a splendid collection of Nigerian art that spans the epochs, ranging from elegant statuary to intricate carvings, and from absorbing archaeological finds to ethnographic exhibits.
2 hours , Admission included

3.Kalakuta Republic Museum
At Kalakuta Museum, you will experince the lifestyle of late Afrobeat legend, Fela Anikulapo Kuti. You will able to see and access his bedroom, personal effects and musical instruments. His tomb is also located in the same compound. Before this house was turned to a Museum, the property served as Fela’s residence from 1970 until his death in 1997.
2 hours , Admission included

4.The New Afrika Shrine
The New Afrika Shrine is an open air entertainment centre and host location of the annual Felabration music festival. 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 music performances by Femi Kuti and Seun Kuti thus making it a tourist attraction. On July 3rd, 2018, French President Emmanuel Macron visited the Shrine and pre-launched the Season of African Cultures 2020 in France. Macron said he had visited the Shrine as a student in 2002.
2 hours , Admission included

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2-Day Dynamic Lagos Discovery Tour From Makoko To Lekki