3-holiday destinations most Nigerian middle-class families can afford outside the country

These destinations offers best of travelling experience at a low cost to the family.

However, travelling abroad does not necessarily mean it is expensive or simply for the wealthy. With adequate planning, one should have suitable and cost-effective holidays.

Here is a list of 3 low-cost holiday destinations most families in Nigeria can afford with an unforgettable travelling experience.

1.   Cotonou

Cotonou is one of the low-cost and easy-to-get holiday destinations from Lagos. There are many places to shop cheap imported items, great restaurants with Nigerian dishes and beaches.

Many business executives in Lagos found the French-speaking country a weekend relaxation spot from the bustling activities of Lagos.

With as a low N45,000 – N50,000, a wonderful holiday is guaranteed.

2.    Accra

The capital city of Ghana, Accra, offers one of the best nightlife in the West Africa region. Tourists also attest to the qualitative shopping experience and booming activities which will your holiday more eventful.

It is one of the cheapest holiday destinations a middle-income family can embark on while with a hope for a memorable travel experience.

The estimated cost of such adventure is estimated at below N50,000 if the family is moving by road.

3.   The Gambia

The Gambia is an English-speaking country which offers visitors an exotic experience like Las Vegas and Paris.

Its beaches provide a chance to have a sunbath or surfing through the ocean. There is also a wide-life experience for tourists and other fun lovers.

At present, the cost of a return ticket from Lagos to Banjul is between $520-$550 (N159210 -  N168300).


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