Looking for where to hang out and unwind with your lover sometime soon? You may want to consider some of these options.
Are you looking for a place to visit with your lover?
Discover the perfect place to enjoy nature and a quiet, modern setting with a classic atmosphere.
1. La Campagne Tropicana Resort
It is located in Ikegun, Ibeju Lekki District, close to Lagos/Epe Tollgate Road. The resort has a bustling beach with comfortable houses, kayaks, wooden houses, horse riding and an outdoor pool. It is a 4-star hotel and the view is iconic. It is an ideal place to unwind with your partner and learn about African culture and hospitality. Entrance to the resort is 5000 naira for adults, 1500 naira for children aged 4 to 12 years, and 3000 for adolescents aged 13 to 17 years. If you stay overnight, you do not need to pay for an admission ticket.
2. Obudu Ranch Resort
The resort is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Africa and in the world. It is located on the North East side of Cross River, close to the border with Cameroon. The resort has a cable car that allows tourists/guests to enjoy beautiful views of the surroundings. The resort has a restaurant, bar, outdoor pool, lawn tennis court, basketball court, soccer field, world-class water park and fitness centre. The hotel has spacious rooms, air conditioning, tables or chairs, wall painting, satellite TV and bathrooms.
3. Tarkwa Bay Beach
It is an artificial beach located about 20 minutes from CMS Marina. It is surrounded by water, so you can only get there by water taxi or boat. Tarkwa Bay is often considered an exotic island with a friendly housing community. This is the perfect place to visit for a romantic weekend with your loved one. On the beach, you can go boating, water skiing and jet skiing.
4. Freedom Park
Freedom Park is a recreation centre on Broad Street on Lagos Island, Lagos. It is a good hang out spot for lovers of culture, art and history. Theo Lawson is the architect who designed this memorial park. The park was created in October 2010 in honour of the 50th anniversary of the independence of Nigeria.