This has been a highly requested post, and I am sorry to delay it this long, if you read my PREVIOUS POST on places to visit this Christmas in Lagos, you would see more destinations that are not resorts.

For this post, I will list all the resorts individually and provide information on how you can locate them, if you then want me to do a review on them individually I will, just comment down below which resort you’d love to know more about.

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  1. Omu Resort:

This is not a beach resort, it is more of a recreation/amusement park with zoos and the rest, CLICK HERE to read my previous review on the park.

Where is Omu Resort in Lagos:

1 Asiwaju Bola Tinubu Way, Ibeju, Lekki

Gate fee: N10,000+

2. Atican Beach Resort:

Atican beach is a relatively new beautiful resort in Lagos, what I love about it is how blue the water is here, and how clean the sands are.

Location: Atican Beach Resort, Eti-Osa, Lekki

3. La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort:

One thing I like about this resort is the trees, beach front, and how far away it is from the Lagos hustle. You go there and chill.

Location: Ibeju-Lekki, Lagos

4. Inagbe Grand Resort:

This is a resort I would recommend if you do not exactly want to go to hotel and if you would rather stay not too far from the hustle/busy side of Lagos.

Location: Oladimeji Alo Street, 13 Abimbola Okulaja Cl, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos

5. La Casa Resorts:

If you are on vacation or you are looking for a place to go on honey moon this is also a great place.

Location: Amuwo Odofin, Lagos

6. Eko Tourist beach resort:

I am not sure if people know this resort too well, but it is about 5 minutes away from the Lekki Free Trade Zone. The luxury resort is also called Akodo Beach.

Location:  Kilometre 22, Lekki-Epe Expressway, Ibeju, Lekki, Akodo, Lagos.

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7. Kamp Ikare Beach Resort:

This is a beautiful private beach resort accessible by a boat ride. CLICK HERE to read my previous post on the resort.

Located at the end of the Lekki-Epe Expressway.

8. La Manga Beach Resort:

This is a luxury beach resort with packages for honeymooners and anyone on vacation.

Location: Amuwo Odofin, Ilashe Island

9. Epe Resorts & Spa:

When people ask my why they should visit this resort I start with the fact that it is located in my home town 🙂 and it is a relatively new resort meaning most of the amenities are neat and new. Oh! also the fact that it is far away from the Lagos grind, meaning you have less traffic, more serenity, and peace.

Location: Itoikin Road, Epe Lagos

10. Whispering Palms Resort:

This is one of the first resorts I visited in Lagos, and I was absolutely stunned by what I saw, mostly because I did not expect to see a diamond in the midst of chaos. I say this because the resort is located in Badagry and Badagry does not exactly have good roads and the environment was just displeasing, hence my thought. However, the resort is beautiful, you should check it out.

Location: Ajido Road, Aradagun Bus Stop, Off Lagos Badagry Express Way, Iworo 100101, Badagry

11. Barracuda Beach Resort:

One thing I can say about Barracuda is that it is not expensive.

Where is Barracuda beach in Lagos:

Okun-Mapo Village, Off Ogombo Road, Off Abraham Adesanya roundabout, Ajah Lagos

12. Tarkwa Bay:

This is a perfect resort for surfers, and it is accessible by boat.

Location: Fiki, Victoria Island.

If you want to book any of these resorts or make more inquiries, please send an email to hello@thefisayo.com. Let me know which of the resorts you would want me to give a DETAILED REVIEW on.

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