As requested by a mail I got, here is an updated list of places to visit in Lagos Nigeria, this Christmas ENJOY!

  1. Eko Hotel:

Eko hotel is at the top of the list because most events and parties in December takes place at the hotel. For more information about the hotel, CLICK HERE to read my previous post on places to visit in Lagos for Christmas.

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2. Lufasi Park:

Most of the information about this park and other tourist attractions are mentioned in the video above, however, the park is located in Eti-osa Lekki which is after Ajah. Click here to read more about the park.

3. Upbeat Center:

Upbeat has the biggest trampoline center in West Africa, and it is located in Lekki, its a great place to go if you are a fitness person. Click here to read more about the park.

4. Rufus & Bee:

If you would love to go bowling, dancing, shooting and all that fun stuff, Rufus and bee is your place. It is located at  Remi Olowude Street, Okunde Bluewater zone, Lekki.

Warning: Make sure you budget how much you would spend for your games at the arcade so you do not end up leaving the place broke!

5. Omu Resort:

This is a family destination resort with several attractions like the zoo, Amusement park, go kart, Quad biking, Horse riding, Kayaking, Wave pool and so many more! I can honestly tell you that you cannot exhaust all the facilities in the resort in just 1 day. CLICK HERE to read my full review on the resort.

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6. Badagry:

Badagry holds the history of slave trade, and it’s located between the city of Lagos and the border with Benin at Seme.

If you would love to explore the places listed in this article CLICK HERE to book a tour or send an email to

There are other beach resorts and events to visit and enjoy, if you would like me to give you more information about them, feel free to let me know, I would be happy to do so.

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