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Nigeria’s 57th Independence Day holiday is here. It’s the perfect opportunity to treat yourself to a nice weekend getaway. So, if you live in Lagos, here are 5 places you can visit for less than  ₦5,700 this independence day holiday.

 

  1. Lagos to Port-Harcourt

One way from ₦4,550

5 Places You Can Go With N 5,700 This Independence Day Holiday

This independence day holiday, take a trip to the heart of Rivers State – the Treasure Base of the Nation. You can visit the Garden City Amusement Park, the Rivers State Cultural Center, Port Harcourt Tourist Beach and many more amazing attractions.

 

  1. Lagos to Onitsha

One way from ₦4,050

5 Places to visit for under N5,700 This Independence Day Holiday

Hop on a one-way bus trip to Onitsha and find out why Anambra state is rightly tagged “Light of the Nation. Home for All.” Visit the Rojenny Tourist Village, Ogbunike Caves, River Niger Bridge and many more historical sites.

 

  1. Lagos to Aba

One way from ₦4,050

5 Places You Can Go With N 5,700 This Independence Day Holiday

Spend some time in bustling Aba, nestled in Abia State, this independence day holiday. Experience Aba’s energetic and famous entrepreneurial bubble. Visit the Aba Amusement Park, Museum of Colonial history, and Aba Sports Club. You can also eat out at Jevenik restaurant, and go souvenir shopping at Ariaria International Market, rightly dubbed “China of Africa.”   

 

  1. Lagos to Asaba

One way from ₦5,050

5 Places You Can Go With N 5,700 This Independence Day Holiday

Take a trip to Asaba this independence day holiday. Connect with nature at Kwale Games Reserve and have a lazy picnic at the Otuogu Beach. You can also escape to Olona Ranch and Holiday Resort or chill out at Abraka turf and Country Club.

  1. Lagos to Owerri

One way from ₦4,550

5 Places to visit for under N5,700 This Independence Day Holiday

Owerri promises so much fun this independence day holiday. Explore precious artifacts at the National Museum and Mbari Cultural and Art Centre. Enjoy the wildlife at the Nekede Zoo. Try out the delicious ofe Nsala (white soup) and plan a movie night at the Owerri Mall.

Happy Independence Day, Nigeria!

About the Author

Ayotunde is an Online Content Writer with a robust research background. A graduate of French Language of the University of Ado-Ekiti, he has a combined 6 years professional and postgraduate experience. After an initial postgraduate volunteering experience as a French Instructor at the Department of European Studies (University of Ibadan), he has worked with Olx.com as a Classifieds Moderator, and with Bookbuilders Edition Africa as a freelance French Editor and Translator. His professional interests include- communications, public relations, and business management. A book lover, cryptology and travel enthusiast, Ayo dedicates his spare time to playing chess as well as a doctoral research he hopes to round up this year.

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