Immerse yourself in the beauties of nature on this amazing tour. Walk through towering trees in the nature reserve and climb above tree canopies on the longest canopy bridge walk in Africa. Spot monkeys, peacocks and other interesting animals and end your tour with a refreshing light picnic.
• 2 hours
The ancient town of Badagry was founded around 1425 A.D. Badagry Town holds so much history of Nigeria, which includes the very first storey building in Nigeria while it also played an historic role during the slave trade era.
• 1 day
Discover the floating village of Makoko, a Venice in the bustling city of Lagos. The rustic fishing village which lives primarily on stilt houses on water is a short drive from the city. Here you will experience life on the other side and experience how the community thrives as you canoe through the village.
• 4 hours
Immerse yourself in the arts at the Nike Art Gallery, which has the largest collection of African Art and get hands on experience in the art of making the colorful tie and dye fabrics that are common in Africa. Get you creativity flowing and come prepared to get your hands dirty as you make your own tie and dye fabric to take home during the one hour class.
• 3 hours
Cruise down the streets of Lagos Island in Lagos' signature yellow "Keke" (tricycles). Explore and discover the history embedded in the colonial buildings that dot the busy roads of Lagos Island. Wind down afterward to a picnic with a view of the Atlantic.
• 4 hours
This day tour takes you back in time into the Slave Trade Era in Lagos State. Discover the history of slavery on the Western Coat in Badagry as you explore the Seriki Abass Slave Baracoon, the Mobee Slave Relic Museum and short boat ride across a narrow lagoon to walk the path of no return. You tour also includes a private banana boat ride to Badagry, a beach rest-stop at the point of no return, a visit to the First Storey Building in Nigeria, as well as pick-up and drop-off at your hotel
• 7 hours
Hike through to the top of the impressive rock formation of Olumo Rock and discover the history and mysteries of the rocks that served as a refuge during the inter-tribal wars. Enjoy an amazing aerial view of the city of Abeokuta from the top of the rocks and visit Cathedral Church of St Peter, the first church in Nigeria. Your tour includes pick up and drop off from you Lagos hotel.
• 7 hours
Take a break and escape to the the beautiful La Campagne Tropicana Private Beach Resort. Take a leisurely 2 hour drive to the resort to spend the day relaxing under palm trees at the beach, swimming, kayaking, soaking your feet in the blue ocean, horseback riding, and enjoying the calm ambience of the resort. Beach picnic with friends or a quick getaway with a special someone...one thing's for sure, it's good vibes all the way!
• 9 hours
This 9-hour tour takes you back in time into the Slave Trade Era in Lagos State. Discover the history of slavery on the Western Coat in Badagry as you explore the Seriki Abass Slave Baracoon, the Mobee Slave Relic Museum and short boat ride across a narrow lagoon to walk the path of no return. You tour also includes a beach rest-stop at the point of no return, a visit to the First Storey Building in Nigeria, a brief stop at the Whispering Palms Resort for lunch (lunch not included) as well as pick-up and drop-off
• 9 hours
Discover the history and struggle of the greatest African musician and founder of the Afrobeat genre, Fela Kuti, on this 5 hour tour. Step into the life of the controversial music legend as you visit the Kalakuta Museum, which holds artifacts and belongings of Fela, and groove to the vibrant live afrobeat music performances at the legendary New Afrika Shrine for a once in a lifetime experience. Get a feel of the local delicacy at the Yellow Chilli Restaurant where you will stop for a local meal before the evening of music, palm wine, and dance at the New Afrika Shrine.
• 5 hours