Top 5 best-kept secrets in Lagos
Here is a look at some of its best-hidden attractions and more off-the-beaten-path places.
But what about the state's lesser-known attractions? Here is a look at some of its best-hidden attractions and more off-the-beaten-path places.
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1. Visit Jaekel Museum, Ebute-Metta
The Jaekel house is a beautifully restored classic colonial mansion, located within the grounds of the Nigerian Railway Corporation, Ebute-Metta.
Now a mini Museum and photo Exhibition centre, it celebrates the prime of the Nigerian Railway Corporation during colonial times.
The Railway Compound itself is an oasis of tranquillity, far removed from the hustle and bustle of the city.
2. Take a walk through, Ebute-Metta
Enjoy old colonial structures on Lagos Mainland. Arm yourself with a camera and visit old relics while enjoying the sights of the busy markets.
Ensure you visit the Nigerian Railway Corporation to see a steam engine while at it.
3. Epe Mangrove
By taking a boat from Ajah, you’ll catch a glimpse of the glorious mangrove entering through a narrow, six-and-a-half-foot opening.
Escorts are ready to paddle you across the mangrove as you enjoy nature at its finest.
4. Go swimming with nature at Tarkwa Bay
Lagos has countless coves and beaches that will capture your heart. Boasting sugar-white beaches, sometimes clear waters and astounding coral reefs just offshore, they are holiday-brochure perfect.
But Tarkwa Bay is the safest beach to swim at. Artificially controlled by sand filling, the island also boasts beautiful resorts and offers water sport activities.
5. Go kayaking at twilight
For an exhilarating beach experience, go kayaking at twilight. Rent a Kayak and go for a joy paddle with friends.
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