Travel & Tourism1 posts
5 best beaches in Lagos Nigeria accessible by public transport
You don't generally need to take a boat to get to some great public and private seashores.
Lagos state is a lovely waterfront city with countless seashores around.
Be that as it may, you don't generally need to take a boat to get to some great public and private seashores. The following is a rundown of seashores you can get to with simply an open vehicle or possibly private.
1. Coconut Beach
Coconut Beach is situated in the waterfront town of Badagry, west of Lagos. The seashore is appealingly set in a zone encompassed by coconut trees.
Around 20 miles towards Nigeria's boundary and Benin's Republic, Coconut Beach is open through the Lagos-Badagry turnpike.
2. La Campagne Tropicana Beach
La Campagne Tropicana Beach is one of Lagos' main seashores, offering swimming, paddling, climbing, chasing, sea fishing, and unwinding.
A 65-section of serene land heaven found simply an hour's drive from Victoria Island in Lagos State. A portion of the exercises you can appreciate at this energizing spot are kayaking, climbing, chasing, horse riding, seashore volleyball, seashore football, swimming, and seawater fishing. There are likewise African-themed estates where you can remain while you make the most of your excursion.
3. Shiro/Hard Rock Cafe Beach
Well-known Lagos 'it' place, Hard Rock Cafe just opened their seashore to general society.
Situated on Victoria Island, Hard Rock Cafe Lagos is directly in the focal point of perhaps Nigeria's best regions. Fortunately, you can arrive by an open vehicle as well!
The Atican Beach Resort is settled along Abraham Adesanya Road, Ajah, Lagos. It is a private and excellent seashore lying on the bank of the Atlantic.
Be set up to travel for quite a while, however.
5. Akodo Beach
The Akodo seashore is situated off Lekki-Epe interstate, Akodo, Lagos.
Present-day offices and gear line the seashore. A characteristic pool is additionally a mainstream spot along this seashore to take a dunk in the ocean. Chalets are also common at Akodo Beach.
Try not to miss a thing; click here for updates to fuel your discussion on Nigerian articles every day.