The slave port of Africa also known as “Point of No return” is one of the most fascinating cities of Africa with a tremendous historical value and fascinating celebrations. With over a dozen beaches present in the very city, there are plenty of entertainments opportunities like swimming, diving, barbecuing and feeling serene. Tarkwa bay is another attractive spot accessible by boat and is safe for swimming with its clear water. Lekki conservation Centre is a peaceful oasis in Lagos that provides a fantastic afternoon getaway as it also includes a beautiful park. National Museum of Nigeria is also located in this city which is home to masterpieces of many great artists. Some of the colourful festivals include Eyo Festival, Calabar Carnival, Osun Festival, Lagos Carnival, Sango Festival, Ojude Oba Festival, Ofala Festival, Argungu Fishing Festival, and New Yam Festival. These attractions along with the National Theatre of Arts and Culture make it a city to include in your bucket list.
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