Christmas is a great time to bond with your loved ones!
Do you look forward to creating awesome family memories this December? Here are four family friendly destinations to consider:
Abraka Turf and Country Club
Situated in Nigeria’s delta region – Abraka, Delta state precisely, Abraka Turf is undoubtedly one of the country’s best kept secrets. Arguably the only equestrian leisure club in Nigeria, the turf serves as home to an annual international Polo Tournament during Easter. It’s surrounded by rich tropical rainforest and bordered by the famous River Ethiope. Abraka Turf is a good place to go fishing, horse riding, canoeing, swimming, go on a savannah adventure and deep dive in the River Ethiope.
- Whispering Palms
Whispering Palms is a beautiful resort .that lies on the lagoon in the heart of Badagry, Lagos state. It affords you a breath-taking feel of the beach in all its glory – palm trees, chirping birds and serene weather. Activities to engage in at the resort range from kayaking, swimming to visiting the resort’s zoo and museum. It’s also a stone throw from historical sites in Badagry such as the first storey building, the point of no return and Badagry heritage museum.
- Kamp Ikare
Think about a family holiday on a beach (living in a beach house), think Kamp Ikare! It’s a perfect destination for lots of white sand, beautiful coastline, lovely weather, coconut water and blissful solitude. The resort is situated in a coastal village called Ikare in Badagry and only accessible by boat – approximately 25 minutes from Victoria Island and 45 minutes from Lagos mainland. It offers the ultimate beach experience!
4. Oguta Lake Holiday Complex
Oguta Lake is the second largest natural lake in Nigeria after Lake Chad. It’s a natural confluence – there are two bodies of water (green & brown) side-by-side and they never mix up. Situated in the heart of South Eastern Nigeria, Imo state to be precise, the resort is also home to an international golf course, mini recreational park for children and a mini bunker featuring relics of the Nigerian civil war.
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