Nigerians love to enjoy themselves! and are creative, you will find life’s dramas turned into Nigerian movies, songs and plays. Just check out some of the venues we have listed showing, Nigerian movies, plays and music venues also. The art and cultural venues give an insight into the creative world and capability of local Nigerian Artists. In Lagos the artistic flair resonates in fashion, art, music, drama and dance.
Lagos is situated on Miles of Coast, many of which are still untapped. Popular beaches like Tarkwa and Lekki are easy to get, although you will find that not eveyone in Lagos likes to Cross open water in search of enjoyment. If you want to stay on dry land, there are other places you can visit, such as the Lekki Conservation Centre which is quite special, just remember quiet observation is the key to seeing the monkeys as well as any other animals, in their natural habitat.
The city of Lagos is an enigma, the place people love to hate. It can be chaotic, challenging and hectic, yet at the same time, it has a buzz that seems to draw people back to it. We have seen Lagos slowly change over the years, from being a small quiet place, to become a densely packed city of about twenty million people. Moving around is difficult because of the “go slow” or traffic and we aim to bring you an online source of information so you can check out places and plan your time in Lagos, and stay safe. We have visitor information and where to go when things go wrong.
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