The only problem you might have is running out of time to do all the activities.
Found yourself in Lagos during a busy weekend? Don't worry. We've given you a guide on how to spend each day.
Going to the beach involves a whole load of activities. You can enter a speedboat to the beach (Tarkwa bay), lounge by the beach side and then, surf later on. You can even go camping for a night. There are lots of beaches in Lagos that you can explore.
Learn to backflip or climb walls without fear of breaking your bones or sustaining severe injuries on a trampoline. West Africa’s first trampoline park sits in Lekki phase 1. Or, visit DCube Skating rink in Lekki instead.
The beautifully-lit Lekki Ikoyi bridge is a Lagos signature. If this is your first time in Lagos, we recommend you drive across the bridge at night, especially a long day of exploring.
There are many art galleries in Lagos, such as Nike Arts Gallery. Nike Gallery offers the total Nigerian experience. Tourists are welcomed with drumming and singing by the hospitable staff of the gallery in full Nigerian costume. The gallery features an adire/batik crash workshop where visitors are trained how to make batik, a treat of traditional delicacies like akara and puff puff, a dance class that tests one’s flexibility and foot dexterity and finally, the opportunity to tour the gallery which is filled with old, classic and modern Nigerian art works in different media.
Want to know who makes the best burgers in Lagos? or wondering where to find the best street food in Lagos? This is the best time to explore your munchies. Lagos is home to different cuisines for every type of individual.
The best way to end your weekend in Lagos is with a performance by Femi Kuti, surrounded by pure vibes.