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2 Days Tour Of Lagos Nigeria

You are sure to enjoy and learn about Nigeria her people and her culture from the national museum. Explore nature, spot animals such as monkeys, birds, tortoises, and peacocks and go for a walk on the longest canopy walk in Africa. Play the largest chess game Compliment the tour with a nice time in Lekki Art Market. You will have the chance to buy local art pieces head to freedom park formal a prison yard for the slave market now turn to a museum and entertainment park. Nike Art Gallery will blow your mind away with a variety of world-class art if you are an art lover you will definitely love it. We also head to National Art Theatre where you will have the chance to look and local handmade crafts also take a walk inside the theater where major Nigerian movies are been stage live. We visit the Ikeja city mall where you have the time to shop for any and all kinds of products then we head for one of the most visited beaches in Lagos Elegushi beach

 

 

Day 1

Lagos Island – Nigeria Tour

4 Stops

1 The National Museum

You may not know a lot about Nigeria until you visit the National Museum that is located around the Muson Centre in Onikan Lagos. This is a destination of historical and cultural significance in the country. You can take mind-blowing selfies here if you are the picture taking person.

2 hours • Admission Ticket Included

2 Lekki Conservation Centre

Lekki Conservation Centre where you will immerse yourself in nature, spot animals such as monkeys, birds, tortoises, and peacocks, and climb above the trees on the longest canopy walkway in Africa. . The boulevard of coconut trees is a romantic place to stroll and there are lots of places for a picnic. 3 hours Admission Ticket Included

3 Lekki Arts & Crafts Market

Lekki Art Market. You will have the chance to buy local art pieces with the guidance of your host without spending so much.  2hours Admission Ticket Included

4 Freedom Park Lagos

Freedom Park 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 the history and cultural heritage of Nigeria Formerly the Old Broad Street Prison, a colonial-era instrument of oppression, it has recently been turned into a cultural center

3 hours Admission Ticket Included

Accommodation: Not included

Meals: Lunch

 

 

Day 2

Lagos Island – Nigeria Tour

4 Stops

1 Ikeja City Mall

The shopping center comprises of 100 stores with a desirable mix of retailers trading renowned quality brands. You will not only be spoilt for choice of shops and the best meals, but there are also fun centers for kids to play in as well as a cinema for movie lovers.

3 hours Admission Ticket Included

2 National Art Theatre

The National Arts Theatre is the primary center for the performing arts in Nigeria. The monument is located in Iganmu, Surulere, Lagos. Its construction was completed in 1976 in preparation for the Festival of Arts and Culture in 1977.

3 hours Admission Ticket Included

3 Nike Art Gallery

Nike Art Gallery is an art gallery in Lagos owned by Nike Davies-Okundaye. The gallery is arguably the largest of its kind in West Africa. Housed in a five-story tall building, it boasts a collection of about 8,000 diverse artworks from various Nigerian artists. If you are an art lover the gallery will blow your mind away.

3 hours Admission Ticket

4 Elegushi Beach

The beach is owned by the Elegushi royal family in Lekki, Lagos state. Elegushi private beach is seen as one of the best beaches in Lagos and Nigeria at large The beach is known to offer exquisite restaurants, night clubs, and hangout spots that feature local food, variety of live shows including music and jamborees all week. It also hosts Copa Lagos – a world-famous beach soccer tournament that features best teams from all continents. Why you should visit it It is a must-visit place for any tourist for the white sand beach and rippling waves that lap the shoreline. It provides the ultimate relaxation and fun for any person.

3 hours Admission Ticket Included

Accommodation: Not included

Meals: Lunch

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Hosted By Micheal Gbadebo

Personal

I’m a native-born Nigerian (Naija man).

I’m 30 years old.

I live in Lagos Nigeria.

I am a certified Instagram brand strategist, digital marketer, web designer and a social media expert.

I dive into the travel and tourism industry because of my love for traveling and guiding travelers.

Qualifications

* I studied travel and tourism both online & offline courses

* I took numerous courses regarding tourism, Christianity, Social Media Marketing, Digital Marketing with Shaw Academy and Web Design as well as other related subjects to tours in Nigeria and Africa.

* Fluent in English, and my local tongue ‘Yoruba’

Experience

* For the past 8 years I have been guiding tourists from all over the world in Lagos tours groups, individuals, family tours and retreat, tour conferences, school tours, corporate tours, government official guests and business guests.

* Countries have had tourists come from are: Portugal, USA, Indonesia, Scotland, France, Guinea-Bissau, Ghana and Nigeria.

* I have had considerable experience in travel and tourism. As a guide and tour manager in Lagos, Ghana, Togo, Kenya, Rwanda, Egypt, Dubai, Zanzibar, Mauritius, and West Africa, and as a travel planner to destinations worldwide.

* I have also organized special trips to Nigeria slave heritage market town, special events, seminars and incentive programs for various sizes of groups and individuals.

Style

My individual approach to life comes from the simplicity of life it’s self and sense of reality (and humor), and aims to be friendly, informative, and entertaining, with stories, travel conversation and a good music to lift the soul and show some of the many facets of this richly varied and fascinating country of Nigeria.

Professional Connections

I work closely with an exclusive circle of fellow Nigeria tour Guides, Travel Agents, Hotels, Apartment rentals and other suppliers, throughout Nigeria, Africa, Asia and the world to provide you with a high-quality comprehensive service. If I can’t do it – I probably know someone who can guide you on a tour of Nigeria.