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There are tons of interesting places to visit in Nigeria. Talk of an enclave of nature’s best treasures in Africa and certainly nowhere else comes to mind.

Lagos is a beautiful city for many good reasons. Sure, there are countless parks, gardens and tourist attractions in Lagos. However, a visit to one of the many beach resorts in Lagos can make an outdoor adventure in a park look very ordinary.

If you are up for some serious outdoor adventure, we’ve got you covered. Here are our top 3 beach resorts to visit in Lagos this weekend.

 

#1 Inagbe Grand Resort

Inagbe Grand Resort - best beach resorts in Lagos

Nestled in the serene Lekki Phase 1 Lagos is the magnificent Inagbe Grand Resort. Located on the Inagbe Island, the resort is just 15 minutes from Victoria Island, Lagos by boat ride.

This resplendent getaway spot doubles as a modern beach hotel and resort. It’s better described as an exotic blend of nature, culture, and tradition in an outstanding landscape. Inagbe is literally one of the coolest places to visit in Lagos, Nigeria.

The resort exudes sheer comfort and luxury. which include standard rooms, deluxe rooms, ocean view executive rooms, a 2 bedroom bungalow, and a 6 bedroom villa, are spacious and beautiful. The rooms are en-suite with elaborate furnishings to make you forget home for as long as you can afford.

The resort restaurant offers an exotic array of international delicacies while the bars provide a serene and relaxing atmosphere for drinks. There are tons of cool outdoor fun stuff to do. You can go pretty much go on horse riding or Quad bike riding. You can also swim in the ocean or maybe the outdoor pool may just work fine for you. What’s more? You can make new friends playing beach volleyball, beach football, basketball, golf, lawn tennis, table tennis, and billiards. In the evening, you can settle for a refreshing spa treatment or even opt for the Resort jungle tour. Inagbe is the perfect resort for a weekend getaway in Nigeria.

 

#2 La Campagne Tropicana

La Campagne Tropicana - best beach resorts in Lagos

La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort is more exotic than the name sounds. This exquisite 65-acre beach resort is nestled along the Lekki-Epe Expressway, about an hour’s ride from Victoria Island, Lagos. Popular folklore describes it as one of the best beach resorts in Lagos for an exclusive romantic getaway and picture-perfect memories.

The amazing beach resort features a number of breathtaking sights include a freshwater laker, mangrove forest, savannah and fine sandy beach. You can enjoy loads of outdoor fun activities like hiking, swimming, fishing, snorkelling, canoeing, horse riding, hunting, beach football and beach volleyball. Easily one of the best beach resorts in Lagos.

La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort offers a distinctly African style hospitality with modern luxury. Teeming guests are treated to standard, state-of-the-art facilities as well as an enchanting ambiance. The resort restaurant serves a wide range of international delicacies with an unparalleled African touch. Simply put, La Campagne Tropicana is the perfect spot for honeymooners and anyone seeking a memorable escape from routine.

 

#3 Atican Beach Resort

Atican beach resort - best beach resorts in Lagos

For a nice view of the Atlantic Ocean, this private beach resort in Lagos is the right spot for you. It is about 20 kilometers away from Victoria Island and is located along Abraham Adesanya Road, Ajah, Lagos, about 10 minutes from Abraham Adesanya Estate, off the Lekki Expressway.

Here, you’ll find a remarkable beach resort with fine white sand, a clean environment, comfortable lodges and a cool restaurant. This is certainly one of the best beach resorts in Lagos — a perfect destination spot for relaxation, personal or group hangout.

Atican Beach Resort is simply perfect for a private weekend beach party. Here, you can relax and unwind with your feet in the warm sand, in the company of familiar faces. Pack a bag of snack and munch away watching the waves roll by. You’ll feel the hustle and bustle of Lagos disappear in plain sight.

Fridays are always musically on point. You could work your waist and feet to the mesmerizing rhythms of the live band in the cool of the day. There’s simply no better way to literally live life one step at a time.

Still mulling ideas for outdoor weekend fun in Lagos? Check out our list of top 6 things to do in Lagos this weekend. Remember you could also plan your overseas weekend getaway with our amazing summer packages.

Do you agree with our list? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments.

 

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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