Nigeria - Lagos Takeover 2025

2nd, Jan 2025 - 8th, Jan 2025
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Lagos, Nigeria is an amazing city with a vibrant culture and a rich history. It is the largest city in Africa and home to a diverse range of ethnic groups. Lagos has beautiful beaches, a vibrant nightlife, and is known for its delicious cuisine. The city is also the center of Nigeria's music and film industry, and has a thriving art scene. With its numerous festivals, national monuments, and landmarks, Lagos is a must-visit destination for anyone looking to experience the beauty and excitement of Africa.

Daily Activities

Day 1
Arrival And Welcome Dinner
Ekaabo! This is Lagos! You will be picked up at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport at the time of your arrival. Your first night will be spent at 'Ox', one of the best Restaurants here in Lagos, get ready for a night you will remember and a week of pure fun!
Day 2
Lekki Exploration And Adventures
Get to see Lekki and some of its beautiful sceneries. We'll Start off at the Lekki Conservation Centre, it is a nature reserve and biodiversity conservation site located in Lekki, Lagos, Nigeria. The center offers visitors a chance to experience the beauty of Nigeria's flora and fauna through activities such as hiking, birdwatching, and a 401-meter long canopy walkway, the longest in Africa. Additionally, the center provides educational programs and research initiatives, making it an important destination for environmental conservation and education. Also visit the Oba Elegushi Arts & Craft Market which is a popular market located in Lekki, Lagos, Nigeria, known for its authentic Nigerian handicrafts, including traditional textiles, wood carvings, ceramics, beadwork, and other handmade items. The market features numerous vendors and stalls, and is a great place to experience Nigerian culture and shop for souvenirs or gifts. It is open daily and attracts a mix of locals and tourists.
Day 3
Art and High Fashion
Engage in Hand Craft Activities such as Themed Tote Bag Painting Session, Adire Making Session OR Pottery Session. Experiencing handcraft at Oba Elegushi Arts and Craft Market is a captivating journey into the world of traditional Nigerian craftsmanship. As you wander through the market, you'll encounter skilled artisans at work, creating beautiful and intricate pieces using age-old techniques passed down through generations. You can watch as craftsmen weave colorful textiles, carve exquisite wooden sculptures, and fashion intricate beadwork right before your eyes. Many artisans are happy to demonstrate their techniques and even offer hands-on experiences, allowing you to try your hand at their craft under their expert guidance. Tastes in the Africa fashion market seem to be shifting, with strong indications within the Nigerian fashion industry showing a renaissance of sorts with many designers actively choosing to produce collections either entirely made from indigenous woven fabrics or heavily featuring them. On this day, we get the opportunity to explore Nigerian fashion brands, whilst shopping till we drop!
Day 4
Free Day & Club Night
It's Your free day don't waste it sleeping in, Explore Lagos city, immerse yourself in the vibrant culture and dynamic energy of Nigeria's largest city, a bustling metropolis teeming with life, where the sights, sounds, and aromas blend into a sensory symphony. Explore the historic district of Lagos Island, where colonial-era buildings stand in contrast to the modern skyscrapers that dot the skyline. Wander through the colorful markets, like the bustling Balogun Market, where vendors sell everything from fresh produce to traditional textiles and crafts. Don't miss the opportunity to sample the diverse and flavorful cuisine of Lagos, from local street food like suya and akara to more upscale dining options offering a fusion of Nigerian and international flavors. For a relaxing escape from the city's hustle and bustle, head to one of Lagos' beautiful beaches, such as the popular Bar Beach or the serene Tarkwa Bay Beach, where you can soak up the sun and enjoy the sound of the waves. Whatever your interests may be, Lagos offers a vibrant tapestry of experiences that will leave you enchanted and eager to explore more. or you could relax while you prepare for a night Of Partying at one of Lagos's best Night clubs, Lets Go!
Day 5
Beach Clubs & Good Vibes
Explore the waters of lagos at Breeze Beach, it is a serene and picturesque beach located in Lagos, Nigeria, offering a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. With its golden sands, clear waters, and swaying palm trees, Breeze Beach is the perfect spot to relax and unwind. The beach offers stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean, making it a popular destination for both locals and tourists alike Enjoy a boat cruise to The Breeze beach, the boat ride itself is a delightful experience, offering panoramic views of the Lagos skyline and waterfront. It's a great way to soak in the beauty of the city from a different perspective. Once at Breeze Beach, You can spend the day lounging on the beach, swimming in the clear waters, and enjoying water sports such as jet skiing and banana boat rides. There are also beachfront restaurants and bars where you can enjoy delicious local cuisine and refreshing drinks. End the day with a night at the beach clubs of Lagos, a mix of The cool breeze and hot jams you'll never forget
Day 6
Nike Art Gallery & National Muesuem Experience
Visit the Nike Art Gallery, it is home to a vast collection of traditional and contemporary Nigerian artworks, including paintings, sculptures, textiles, and beadwork. It is also known to be the biggest privately owned art gallery in West Africa. The gallery also serves as a platform for promoting Nigerian arts and culture, and provides a space for local artists to showcase their works. One of the most notable features of the Nike Art Gallery is the impressive collection of traditional textiles on display. These textiles are hand-woven and dyed using age-old techniques passed down from generations of Nigerian weavers. Visitors can see these textiles up close and learn about the history and cultural significance behind each piece. Also Visit the National Museum where some of Nigeria's historical moments are captured and protected to tell a story. finish the day with a Farewell Dinner at The Marriot Hotel, An Excellent Hotel And one of the very best.
Day 7
It's been fun while you were here, let's see you again some other time in Ghana or Kenya!
What's included
Airport Shuttle Bus Service
Private air-conditioned bus (with police escorts)
Lunch x2 (All meals will be served at highly rated restaurants)
Dinner x2 (All meals will be served at highly rated restaurants)
Breakfast at 4* Hotel Accommodation x 6
4* Hotel Accommodation (Double Occupancy)
Refreshments and Snacks on all bus journeys
Club Night Tables for one night (any additional table reservations will be paid for by guest)
Beach Club Experience for one night (any additional table reservations will be paid for by guest)
Lekki Conservation Center & Nike Art Gallery Experience
Afro Themed Handcraft Experience at the Balogun Market
What's not Included
International Flights
Optional activities
Visa requirements
All dinners not listed above
Any additional meals and drinks not listed in the included section
Any additional activities and entrances not detailed in the included section
Any hotel spend not included on in the included section
Any souvenir purchases
Any additional tips for local community
Wifi on bus
Expedited Visa On Arrival -Upon Request and upon payment ($250 per person)

Payment Plan

Date Plan Cost
30TH APRIL 2024 Deposit $300
30TH MAY 2024 1st Installment $500
30TH JUNE 2024 2nd Installment $500
30TH JULY 2024 3rd Installment $500
30TH AUGUST 2024 4th Installment $500
30TH SEPTEMBER 2024 Final Installment $400

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation Terms Cancellation Charges

Frequently Asked Questions

As a tourist, You'll need a visa to enter Nigeria. You'll need to apply for a visa before your trip, either through the Nigerian Embassy or Consulate General.

Lagos is generally considered safe for travelers. However, as with any foreign country, it is important to be aware of pickpocketing and petty theft, especially in crowded tourist areas. It is also advisable to take precautions when using ATMs or carrying valuables, and to avoid walking alone in unfamiliar areas at night.

Option: Enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) ( to receive alerts and make it easier to locate you in an emergency.

The currency in Nigeria is the Nigerian Naira (NGN). Credit cards are not widely accepted, so it's advisable to carry cash. You are encouraged to bring dollars and change your currency with a local forex bureau. ATMs are available in major cities but may not always be reliable. The Local "Bureau d Changers" will assist you with changing your Currencies to the local currencies.

We currently have an unlimited number of seats for this trip, the more the merrier.

Nigeria requires all travelers aged 18 and older to provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 with a vaccine approved by the Nigerian government or the World Health Organization (WHO). The accepted vaccines may include those from AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson, among others.

Travelers are required to present their vaccination certificate or card showing completion of the full vaccination schedule at the point of entry into Nigeria. Additionally, travelers are advised to check the latest travel advisories and entry requirements as these may change due to the evolving nature of the pandemic.

To enter Nigeria, you may need to fulfill the following medical obligations:

  1. Yellow Fever Vaccination: All travelers over nine months old entering Nigeria are required to have a valid yellow fever vaccination certificate. The vaccination should be administered at least ten days before travel.
  2. COVID-19 Vaccination: As mentioned earlier, travelers aged 18 and older are required to provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 with a vaccine approved by the Nigerian government or the World Health Organization (WHO).
  3. COVID-19 Testing: Depending on the current regulations, you may be required to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test result taken within a specified timeframe before departure. The timeframe and specific requirements can vary, so it's essential to check the latest information before your trip.
  4. Health Declaration Form: You may be required to complete a health declaration form before arrival in Nigeria, providing information about your health status and recent travel history.
  5. Health Screening: Upon arrival in Nigeria, you may undergo health screening, including temperature checks and symptom assessments, to detect any signs of COVID-19 or other illnesses.

It's essential to check the latest travel advisories and entry requirements from the Nigerian government and consult with relevant authorities or your airline before your trip to ensure you meet all the necessary medical obligations for entry into Nigeria.

Missing a vacation is bad enough. Losing the money you paid for your vacation is even worse. Trip insurance is therefore recommended. You can purchase travel insurance on your own.

We can arrange accommodation for you if you want us to arrange one for you but the bill will be added to the overall cost for the trip.

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Bringing along $300 dollars, cash on hand, is a good place to start. Before you leave for Nigeria, notify your bank of your travel plans, so they don’t cut you off for fear of fraud. Research the fees you may need to pay for using your credit card to make payments, as they can mount up.

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