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LAGOS

$5000 per person

Our ten day exciting tour explores the beauty, the culture, the tradition, the people, the landmark, historical significance of Lagos the former capital city of Nigeria and Nigeria’s economic nerve center.

“Lagos Nigeria is a destination with diverse appeals that stimulates the discerning mind of travelers across her assets of uncommon vegetation, land forms and cultures. Lagos is the truly untainted African destination, the melting pot of rare black traditions, cultures and traditional religions. Herein are panoramic pre- historic heritages, relics, arts and artifacts, little wonder Lagosians and Nigerians are acclaimed to be the happiest people on earth.” Visiting and seeing is believing.

First Trip
September 15th to September $25th 2019.
Tour Package Cost: $4,000
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Second Trip
December 20th to December 30th
Tour Package Cost: $5,000
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Third Trip
March 15th 2020 to March 25th 2020
Tour Package Cost: $4,000
Fourth Trip
June 15th to June 25th 2020
Tour Package Cost: $4,500
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Fifth Trip
September 15th to September 15th 2020.
Tour Package Cost $4,000
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Sixth Trip
December 20th 2020 to December 30th 2020.
Tour Package Cost: $4,500
If you want to Book this Tour please Contact Us.

USA (+1) 310 285-1719  |  Nigeria (+234) 813 574 2267

10 Days
  • Departure
    Los Angeles International Airport (Google Map)
  • Departure Time
    Please arrive at least 2 hours before the flight.
  • Included
    Concierge Services
    Cover charges to parks and museums
    Feeding
    Ground Transportation
    Hotel Accommodation
    One-Day Tour of Hollywood
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Day 1 Saturday: DEPARTURE FROM LOS ANGELES
Departure on your way to Nigeria, The Land with the largest concentration Blacks all over the world. Flights for your Nigerian tour: When you register with us, we will help in handling your flight booking and hotel reservation in Lagos Nigeria. *Optional pre-arrival night: we do recommend a stopover at a designated country. This gives you the opportunity of savoring the beauties of more countries in the continent of Africa regardless of how brief it may seem. In addition, it also helps to reduce the effects of jet lag and fatigue a possibility to long flights*
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Day 2 Sunday: Arrival Lagos, Nigeria
Welcome to the land of Nigeria for a memorable tour. On arrival at Murtala Mohammed International Airport, our airport representatives will meet and assist you transfer to your hotel in Victoria Island, Lagos – Nigeria’s Economic city capital one of the largest and modern city in Africa. Check in at your hotel for dinner and overnight rest from your flight. Your hotel is located conveniently nearby the shore of the Atlantic Ocean, and close to lively city center with shopping malls,and the clusters of outdoor stores, restaurants, and coffee shops. Included:
  • Transfer from Murtala Mohammed International Airport to your hotel in Victoria Island in Lagos.
  • Dinner at your hotel.
  • Your selection of 5 Star Deluxe or 4 Star First Class hotel accommodations.
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Day 3 Monday: VISIT TO THE GOVERNOR’S OFFICE
From The hotel , you will be making a courtesy visit to His Excellency, The Executive governor of Lagos State office for an official welcome to Lagos, Nigeria.
VISIT TO THE NATIONAL MUSEUM
From the governor’s office, you will be driven to the National Museum. The Nigerian National Museum is located at Onikan rd. Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria. The museum has a notable collection of Nigerian art, including pieces of statuary and carvings and archeological and ethnographic exhibits. Of note is a terra-cotta human head known as the Jemaa Head, part of the Nok Culture. Cameras are not allowed only inside the museum but you can take pictures outside within the grounds. The museum has a good scenery and some sculptures on its grounds. Gate fees are required to gain entrance but this will be taken care of by us. The Nigeria National Museum opens between the periods of 10am to 3pm every day of the week except for federal/national public holidays. There is no age limit for visiting the national museum. Breakfast at your hotel.
  • Professional certified licensed Tour Guide, entrance fees, and attractions per day itinerary.
  • Dinner at your hotel.
  • Your selection of 5 Star Deluxe or 4 Star First Class hotel accommodations.
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Day 4 Tuesday: VISIT TO HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS, THE OBA OF LAGOS
The Oba of Lagos Palace is Historical landmark in Lagos, Nigeria The Oba (King) of Lagos is the traditional, yet ceremonial, sovereign of Lagos, a coastal Yoruba settlement that went on to become the largest city in Africa and the financial heart of contemporary Nigeria. The king has no political power, but is sought as a counselor sponsor by Nigerian politicians who seek support from the various residents of Lagos. Among other ceremonial roles, the Oba also plays a central part in the Eyo Festival as well as indulging in tourism advertisements on behalf of the city, often stating “you’ve gotta go to Lagos”. VISIT TO LEKKI CONSERVATION CENTER Lekki Conservation center is a 78 hectare Natural Resource Conservation in Lekki, Lagos state. The reserve area is located on Lekki peninsula next to the Lekki lagoon and near the Lagos lagoon. It protects the wetlands of the Lekki peninsula which consists of swamp and savannah habitats. Approaching the reserve there is a boulevard of coconut trees which leads to a well laid out car and Visitors Park. It is endowed with an abundance of plant and animal life. Its huge tract of wetlands is set aside for wildlife viewing. Raised walkways enable viewing of animals like monkeys, crocodiles, snakes and various birds. There is also a conservation center and a library. The wetlands are managed by the Nigerian conservation foundation, and it now includes a figure-of-eight system of footpaths, with hiking trails and stepping stones to cross waterways. A trail boardwalk was constructed in 1992 to enrich tourists’ view of the vast resources of the nature reserve which is encapsulated on a mangrove terrain. Side attractions along the trail include a swamp outlook, bird hide, rest stops and the tree house. Included: Breakfast at your hotel.
  • Professional certified licensed Tour Guide, entrance fees, and attractions per day itinerary.
  • Special St. Peter’s fish lunch at a fine local restaurant. Dinner at your hotel.
  • Your selection of 5 Star Deluxe or 4 Star First Class hotel accommodations.
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Day 5 Wednesday: VISIT TO TARKWA BAY BEACH
Tarkwa Bay Beach is an artificial sheltered beach located near the Lagos harbor in Nigeria. Due to its island status, it is only accessible by boat or water taxis. The beach, popular with swimmers and water-sports enthusiasts, also has a welcoming resident community. Its serene environment, beautiful rocks and not too crowded nature makes it a delight for tourists. Have fun and enjoy the fresh coconut and even buy and take away as many as you wish. Tarkwa Bay is a very nice beach especially for its secluded location. Enjoy it is even more enjoyable during its off peak periods like holidays. This is because you will have less crowd and holiday makers at the beach. The waves are usually sparkling and blue during the day thereby creating a beautiful scene of the nature that will be the delight of any tourist. Check out the jelly fish and other aquatic species. it is a quite an awesome beauty to behold. Tarkwa Bay Beach is one of the cleanest beaches in Africa because of its island status. Included:
  • Breakfast at your hotel. Professional certified licensed Tour Guide, entrance fees, and attractions per day itinerary.
  • Special St. Peter’s fish lunch at a fine local restaurant. Dinner at your hotel.
  • Your selection of 5 Star Deluxe or 4 Star First Class hotel accommodations.
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Day 6 Thursday: VISIT TO FREEDOM PARK
Freedom Park is a memorial and leisure park area in the middle of downtown Lagos in Lagos Island, Nigeria which was formerly Her Majesty’s Broad Street Prison. It was designed by the Architect Theo Lawson. The Park was constructed to preserve the history and cultural heritage of Nigerians. Monuments in the park reveal the Lagos colonial heritage and the history of Her Majesty- the British Queen of England’s Broad Street prisons. It was built to commemorate the 50th anniversary independence celebration of Nigeria, in 2010. The Park serves as a National Memorial, a Historical Landmark, a Cultural site, Arts and Recreation Center. The park is now a serene attraction. It is open to the public every day and has become a venue for diverse social events and recreational entertainment. The Freedom Park is located in the heart of Lagos Island and hosts many arts works. It is a cool and enjoyable place to be. It has pond area where tourists usually go to cool off Included:
  • Breakfast at your hotel.
  • Professional certified licensed Tour Guide, entrance fees, and attractions per day itinerary.
  • Dinner at your hotel.
  • Your selection of 5 Star Deluxe or 4 Star First Class hotel accommodations.
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Day 7 Friday: ELEGUSHI ROYAL BEACH
Elegushi Beach is a private beach located at Lekki, Lagos state, in the southwest of Nigeria.[1] The beach is owned by the Elegushi royal family in Lekki, Lagos state.[2][3]Elegushi private beach is seen as one of the best beaches in Nigeria and also seen as the best beach ever in Lagos state. The beach entertains close to 40,000 guests both foreign and locals every week with Sundays being the best days on the beach. Over half of all guests that are entertained on the beach weekly visit on Sundays. This gives our tourists the opportunity to mingle with the nationals, take pictures and enjoy the friendly atmosphere for which Nigerians are known. The beach has social media handles and they urge their guests to come and let their suggestions be known to everyone. There is no platform for online payment yet and no one will ever ask you to pay for a ticket or a program into any private account. All payments are on the spot and cash base. Their Instagram handle is “official elegushi private beach” and the Facebook handle is “Eegushi private beach resort”. We will make sure that your Nigerian visit include at least one day at this beautiful beach Included:
  • Breakfast at your hotel.
  • Professional certified licensed Tour Guide, entrance fees, and attractions per day itinerary.
  • Dinner at your hotel.
  • Your selection of 5 Star Deluxe or 4 Star First Class hotel accommodations.
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Day 8 Saturday: BADAGRY SLAVE SITE
Badagry is a coastal town in Lagos. It has a long stretch of beach which is often less crowded than the other beaches in Lagos and is a favorite for those seeking quiet and seclusion on the beach. Badagry lies by the border with the Benin Republic known as Seme Border. Badagry has a number of interesting sites and places to see and visit. Among these are the First Story Buildingin Nigeria, a point of interest for tourist and school children even from outside the state of Lagos on excursion. Explore a bit more of the history, take a city Tour to the Black Heritage Museum that bears relic of the transatlantic slave trade. Visit the cultural center that is the Nigeria French Language Village where Nigerian University students of the French Language spend a mandatory one year immersing themselves in the course, language and the culture of the French. You can also visit the Suntan Beach to enjoy the scenery. Included:
  • Breakfast Full Buffet Breakfast and Dinner at your hotel.
  • Professional certified licensed Tour Guide, entrance fees, and attractions per day itinerary.
  • Dinner at your hotel.
  • Your selection of 5 Star Deluxe or 4 Star First Class hotel accommodations.
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Day 9 Sunday: FREE DAY
Enjoy free day in Lagos, Nigeria later in the day transfer to Murtala Mohammed International airport according to your flight schedule After Breakfast, and by 12 noon, Check out from your hotel and store your luggage at the hotel storage room. food markets. Transfer from the lobby of your hotel to Murtala Mohammed International Airport, ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria 4 hours Prior to flight departure. Included: Breakfast at your hotel. Transfer from your Victoria Island hotel to the Murtala Mohammed International Airport for your departure flight back to Loa Angeles California. Transfers: Transfers The drive from Victoria Island to Murtala Mohammed International Airport Ikeja, Lagos, is about 50 to 60 minutes. International flights require that you check-in at least 3 hours prior to your flight departure time. PLEASE NOTE: NO EXTRA TRANSFER CHARGES ON ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE ANY TIME AND ANY DAY.
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Day 10 Monday: ARRIVAL TO LOS ANGELES
Arrive this morning and start planning your next memorable trip to the Nigeria the Home of Black African history and heritage with the NIGERIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE- USA TOURS. If your flight departs in the morning you will arrive back in America the same day of your departure. If your flight departs in the night you will arrive back to America the following day of your departure. ” This 10 day Nigeria itinerary program can be extended and tailor-made for groups “ This 10 day Nigeria itinerary program can be extended and tailor-made for groups. Create your own group tour or book our NICOCUSA Tour Package 1. Call us Nigeria  +1 310-285-1719

Tour Location

Lagos is located in the Western part of the Southern Nigeria. This makes it one of the safest parts of Nigeria because of its highly cosmopolitan nature. Lagos has some of the most fascinating beaches in the world and it’s the melting pot of the entire Nigeria’s multi-cultural, ethnic diversities and tradition. It is the macrocosm of the Nigerian nation. You will be so delighted to visit the Freedom Park festivals and street foods in the Lagos Island, Nature, wildlife, and nature reserve at Lekki Conservation Center, upscale nightlife and Civic Center events at the Victoria Island, beach and surfing at the Tarkwa Bay Beach, beach with a number of resort hotels at Elegushi Beach Lekki Phase 1, the prominent display of Nigeria artifacts at the National Museum,Third Mainland Brige, Nike Art Gallery etc. you will also Badagry coastal town where you will have firsthand experience of the historical nature of the slave trade etc