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How many Lagos Beaches have you been to?

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At Lekki Beach, the blazing sun sits high in its plush sky while the earth and the firmaments sit to lunch on an endless bowl of blue sea.

A man stands in his silhouette, held-captive by the enchanting aroma exuding from the sumptuous dishes. He stands in awe of the unspeakable riches siting on earth’s dining table.

An army of a hundred palm trees battle the spirited breeze blanketing the beach-stretch. The trees, like a great wall, shield this chest of pristine natural endowments, away from the cacophonies and bustle of Lagos city life.

An excited horse struts along with her rider, blinking her pretty eyes at every passing tourist at the beach. A round of horse-riding here costs N200. The rider keeps promising an unforgettable experience for any interested customer.

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Horse rider and his baby gently struts-by... Lekki Beach

"Guy, port that red ball mehn!".... Tourists playing snookers at Lekki Beach.

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An army of a hundred palm trees battle the spirited breeze blanketing the beach-stretch.

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Lekki Beach, Lagos

 

A few hours later at Alpha Beach, the sun assumes her bedtime as she begins to slip into her crimson night gown. Lagosians catch the signal and troop out in hundreds, soaking the saline sands with thunderous music and showers of rum. The aroma of chicken-suya impregnates the air and keeps every visitor glued to the moist beach chairs.

It is night time at the most festive beach on Victoria Island, Lagos.

Foot prints soaking the beach sands at Alpha Beach

Alpha Beach at Sunset

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Alpha Beach at Sunset

 

Alpha Beach in the VideoLacampagne Tropicana Beach Resort- Nice Clean Beach

I know there are so many more of these sweet beaches lining the entire Victoria Island stretch… can you attempt naming them?

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This article was written by Folarin Kolawole

Founder of Naijatreks, Nigerian-born Folarin Kolawole is a geologist, travel writer and researcher. When not at work, he travels the length and breadth of Nigeria, exploring, taking photos and writing about her numerous hidden tourist potentials.   'Naijatreks' is a product name registered under the Ntreks brand, which is also duly registered by Nigeria's Federal Corporate Affairs Commission. The contents on this blog are re-usable. However, it must be ensured that it is linked back to this blog, and correctly attributed to Naijatreks or the author. Please do not edit, rewrite or commercialize the original works on this blog without direct and written permission from the Founder (Folarin Kolawole). For inquiries and advert placement on the blog, kindly contact us at info@naijatreks.com or naijatreks@gmail.com.

3 comments:

oenobong@yahoo.com' thelotusbeeAugust 7, 2014 at 5:55 pmReply

Er…Elegushi?

m5bkasu5gvh@outlook.com' FaithMarch 2, 2016 at 2:51 amReply

There are even more beaches in Lagos than you have mentioned here. Lagos is awesome.

bobenebelly@yahoo.com' BobbySeptember 16, 2017 at 3:56 pmReply

Excellent writing. Thanks for the trip infos.

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