Explore the Makoko community in Lagos, the world’s largest floating village which lives principally on stilt houses on water. Discover Lagos’s own Venice on this guided canoe ride through the watery fishing neighborhood, built on stilts overtop canals.
The area is home to at least 850,000 people, although some estimates indicate closer to 1,000,000 floating city dwellers. Our local tour guide will educate you about the history of the community and why they decided to settle on water. This trip gives you an opportunity to experience the day today lives of the people, how they cope with the raining season, their occupation and many more. There will be a stopover at head of the community’s (Baale) house and the primary school in the community which is also built on
Explore the vast historic collections at the National museum, walk through a range of Art works at the Nike Art Gallery and also take a walk in nature at the Lekki Conservation Center
Other tour options include exploring the Omu resort and exciting time at the beach fronts on the peninsula.
This tour will give you the best of experience of Lekki, the most popular Lagos urban settlement in Lagos.
Your day will start with a visit to the beach. We have put together the top beaches which you can make a choice from and be rest assured of great company, comfortable & pleasant ride.
After the beach experience, we will visit the Nike Art Gallery to get an appreciation of African art. This is West Africa’s biggest gallery and it boasts over 25, 000 artworks ranging from textiles, paintings, and sculptures from various African artists. The gallery is in a five-storey tall building.
The final stop for the day is the Lekki Conservation Centre where you will walk on the longest canopy bridge in Africa. The Centre is one of the best and most visited nature reserves in Nigeria. Raised walkways enable viewing of animals like monkeys, crocodiles and various birds. If you appreciate nature and are in a limbo as where to take your partner or lover, this center is the ideal place to visit
Murtala Mohammed Airport (LOS) to Lagos hotels - Round-Trip Private Transfer
Book your Private Round-Trip Transfer from Murtala Mohammed Airport (LOS) to Lagos hotels or address and return.
Don't go through all the hassle of waiting in a long taxi or shared shuttles queues and use our private, door to door airport transfer.
Your driver will be waiting for you at a scheduled time and you will travel comfortably to your destination.
• Meeting with a Nameplate
• We track your Flight
• Door-to-door Service
• No Hidden Charges
• Clean cars & Professional drivers
This is an adventure. Olumo Rock is located in Abeokuta, Ogun State, a two hours’ drive from Lagos. It is an historical monument, which served as a shelter and fortress to the Egba Warriors during the Yoruba Intercity wars in the 19th century. At the top of the rock, you will be able to see the amazing blue skies, the vegetation and just revel in the beauty of nature. If you love nature, scenery with some peace and quiet, this is for you.
Once you are on the Olumo Rock, it is always exciting to listen to the tales of this rock that served as a refuge during the inter-tribal wars. . As you hike up to the rock’s pinnacle; you will admire unbeatable views of the ancient city of Abeokuta.
At the base of the rock, there is an Art gallery that features some local artworks including a museum with interesting artifacts.
Great ancestors have been taken away who later gave birth to children and grand children in far away unknown lands. This tour affords you the opportunity to know, first hand what really happened and how these things happened.
Many have traced their roots to Africa to see and write their own narratives. Why not you?
The ancient town of Badagry was founded around 1425 A.D. Badagry Town holds so much history of Nigeria, which includes the very first storey building in Nigeria while it also played an historic role during the slave trade era.
Lagos is a place of various beauties blessed with great beaches and resorts. Located right by the Atlantic Ocean, there are various beaches in Lagos. With a wide array of beaches, it may be a little confusing to decide which to visit. But not to worry, we have put together the top beaches in Lagos. Have fun by relaxing under palm trees at the beach, swimming, soaking your feet in the blue ocean and enjoying the calm ambience of the resort. You will make a choice of the beach you will like to visit and be rest assured of great company, comfortable & pleasant ride, sightseeing and guide.
Experience Lagos Nigeria, Ghana,Togo and Benin with confidence
The tour will focus on African and American history, Africa European history, The Transatlantic Slave Trade, Cultural Education, We shall Visit Slave Castles of 15/16th centuries markets and other historic sites. This tour will give you the opportunity to discover Ghanaian, Togo, Benin and Nigeria traditional music and dance, costume, food, open-air vibrant markets and natural sights against the backdrop of traditional rural communities.
(Accra, Kumasi, Cape Coast) Togo ( Lome, Togoville) Benin (Ouidah, Cotonou, Abomey, Lagos Nigeria).