Located in town of Badagry, which has the reputation of being a center of slave trade in the 1800s, the beach is pleasant and fascinating, and it provides excellent holiday resort. Visitors who are unaccustomed to the tropical sun are advised to wear hats as it can be warm at mid-day. The beach has lots of coconut trees all over the place!
Situated on Victoria Island, Bar Beach is one of the earliest, most popular and most frequented beaches in Lagos city. Well-equipped with modern facilities to make your visit a remarkable one. Visitors will experience and enjoy the tropical Atlantic breeze from the Bar Beach, which is the part of the Larger Gulf of Guinea.
La Campagne Tropicana
Experience a beautiful and bustling atmosphere of Nigeria beaches mostly located in Lagos, Calabar and Port Harcourt. From sandy beaches, exquisite wild-life parks to addictive Afro-beats music. Looking for a place painted with nature’s own hand? This is a place to be.
Takwa Bay is where many families and friends spend their weekends and picnic and sail around the lagoon! The beach is reachable only by boat across the Lagos harbor; and it is safe for water skiers. Long walks, swimming and surfing are popular events at this peaceful beach at Apapa. Visitors could relish the breeze and monitor the arrival and mooring of ships at the Lagos Harbor and Apapa Port. This beach provides a pleasant outing condition. In all it’s a peaceful beach.
Kuramo Waters has over the years become a hot spot, same as the Lagos Bar beach. It derives its name from the Kuramo Lake that borders it. This beach is a home to various relaxation outlets, seaside bars, soup kitchens and barbecue joints. There are also a variety of musical shows staged there at one time or the other. Kuramo is a place to unwind and relax.
Halemson Beach Resort
Have a taste of Nigeria’s hospitality awaiting you at Halemson Beach Resort. Halemson beach resort is situated on an exclusive beach over-viewing the Atlantic Ocean on the Nigerian coastline in Lagos. The beach is about a thirty-minute boat cruise from Victoria Island and a ten-minute boat cruise from Satellite Town waterside. Halemson beach resort was founded on the desire to provide an atmosphere for the individual, group, family and corporate body longing for a natural, quiet peaceful place, which the fast paced city life cannot provide.
Calabar Beach, Cross River State
The beach is superb and is at the mouth of the new Calabar River. The beach is about 2 miles long and 500 feet wide. It is virtually isolated and lends visitors the luxury of privacy in a beautiful setting off the beaten path. Since the beach is flanked by a swamp and can only be reached by boaster canoe, getting there is half the fun and enhances one’s fascination with this enchanted locale.
Abraka Beach Resort, Abraka, Delta State
The beach resorts is located in the quiet University Town of Abraka, on the bank of the River Ethiope. The crystal clear river, which is fed by a spring, flows through a forested area. The Abraka Beach River Resort is a white sandy beach with coconut trees that brings a unique presence.
This is a conference resort centre occupying an 8-acre of land in Iworo, Badagry, Lagos state. It lies on the lagoon and typifies the beauty of the area—cool Atlantic breeze, silica sands, palm trees, and chirping birds. The road within the resort looks fascinating as it is lined with palm kernel trees bringing a stunning ambience. On offer also is a choice of cuisine from Nigerian to Continental, with exotic dishes like coconut shrimps, Spanish paella, and Cantonese chicken etc.
Finima Beach, Rivers State
Finima beach is located in a small town of Finima in Bonny Island. It is surrounded by long stretches of beaches of the Atlantic Ocean. The beach is patronized by expatriates—working in the Nigeria NLNG plant—and locals, for picnic, relaxation and refreshment.
There are beautiful places to hang out in Nigeria. Beaches exist naturally, but man just adds a little flavor to nature’s work to make it even more enjoyable. Whenever you’re around the areas where these beaches are located or if you just need to unwind, make that trip, stop by, relax and enjoy!
By ERU KOBE GODWIN