Top Five Places To Go In Lagos With 10,000 Naira Budget

While Christmas time may be family bonding time and reunions between relatives that haven’t seen each other all year, it’s also a great time to go away to somewhere new. Here are some of the interesting places you can be, places where you can go out and have fun on a low budget.

1. Lekki Conservation Centre, Lagos

With little or no money this is a great place to go for the holidays. You can go with friends or family and have a lot of fun. It’s affordable and also has quite a few attractions that are bound to keep the attention of everyone that goes.For old time visitors, you can spice it up a bit and take a picnic basket and a blanket to relax on while playing  family-friendly games there.

2. Terra Kulture Terra Kulture is an internationally acclaimed art house located at 1376 Tiamiyu Savage Street, Victoria Island, Lagos State. It is popularly called TK and is one of the two art auction houses in Nigeria. It is the home to contemporary visual arts and theatre arts in Nigeria.

It houses over one thousand collection of art pieces from all across Nigeria. The building has an art gallery which is its central feature, a craft shop, a library, a language school, a theatre and a restaurant. The TK also host book reading events and has hosted book readings by renowned authors such as Chimamanda Adichie, Sefi Atta and Wole Soyinka in the past. It surely one of those places in Lagos.

3. Lekki Leisure Lake, Lagos

It is a lakeside resort that overlooks the Atlantic Ocean. The resort has jet skis, quad bikes and other fun water activities. Worthy of note is that food and drinks cannot be brought into the resort but are sold at the resort.

4.Oniru Beach, Lagos

Oniru Beach is ideal for a day out with friends and family to swim, swim or walk beside the water. It’s affordable along with the fact that you can bring your own food and drinks to the beach while you spend a day with nature.

5. Tarkwa Bay Beach oh-la-la! is a sheltered beach that is located on an island near the Lagos Harbor, and it is only accessible by water. The beach is a popular destination for swimmers and water-sports enthusiasts. Unlike most beaches in Lagos which are usually overcrowded and noisy, Tarkwa Bay beach far removed from the bustle.