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Travel: 15 Places To Spend Your Next Staycation In Nigeria

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When it comes to staycation a lot of Nigerians are known to book a flight and jet off to other countries, not using their own country’s vacation site, probably because they don’t know.

But today KOKO TV brings to you 15 places you can spend your next staycation in Nigeria.

1. Obudu Cattle Ranch: Obudu resort is a wonder to see, located in Calabar. It features a water park with slides, cable cars, a golf course, night-time bonfires and horseback riding. Its accommodations are ultra-modern, not taking away the mountainous scenario. Its a perfect place to get your family for a staycation.

2. Zenababs Half Moon Resort: This resort which is one-of-a-kind is spread over a large expanse of Osun State’s colossal water bodies and dense forest. It has a serene and calm environment. It also offers low-cost meals and budget rooms. This grandiose resort located in a central part of Ilesha exhibits a beautiful architectural piece and is a great hideout from the redneck and neighbourhood.

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4. Okumu National Park: This is a rainforest in Edo State. A well-known spot for family picnics. Children will be amazed at the sight of White-throated monkeys, forest elephants and other 33 wildlife species. The comfortable air-conditioned accommodation is available.

5. Ikogosi Warm Spring: Ikogosi Warm Spring is natural warm water which flows side by side with a cold spring located in Ekiti state. The spot where the two springs merge is a distinctive attraction. The resort situated around the warm spring has various accommodations and recreational facilities suitable for a family staycacation.

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6. Abraka Turf and Country Club: This well-manicured and eco-friendly environment allows visitors to breathe in fresh and untainted air. From the cool blue pool to the natural greens and crystal clear river, this resort centre is sure to create unforgettable memories for couples, it’s a perfect place for your staycation.

7. Whispering Palms: Whispering Palms is the most visited resort for lovers, honeymooners and families, boasting lovely palm trees, a mini zoo, classic restaurants and comfortable hotel rooms that will definitely enhance your mood.

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8. Sutan Beach and Resorts: Ever thought of having a romantic getaway in Badagry, Sutan Beach and Resorts easily come to mind. But do you know that’s not all there is to experience a splendid time at Badagry? The Suntan Beach Resorts sits like a hidden jewel in the heart of Badagry. Couples can sit under the wings of the Palm Tree while watching the ocean dance to the music of the wind. This place is significant for its quietude and serene environment.
9. Yankari Games Reserve: Yankari National Park as its fondly called is a broad wildlife park located in the south-central part of Bauchi State. This is the most developed animal reserve and park in Nigeria. It houses various natural and warm springs. The fact that it is located in the West African savanna makes it a choice destination for tourists and holidaymakers to see wildlife in its natural habitat.

10. La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort: La Campagne Tropicana is a quiet and serene place for those who wish to stay away from the bustling of the city. The views are simply iconic with the gentle romantic reflection of the setting of the sun upon the calm Atlantic Ocean. It’s an ideal place to spend your next staycation.

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11. Idanre Hills: The Idanre Hills are situated in Idanre town in Ondo State. The beauty and the precise architectural design are amazing. A total of 640 steps is required to reach the top with 5 resting spots along the way. There is a crystal clear scenery of green vegetation surrounding the hills and a clear sight of the Arun River on the hilltop.

12. Lekki Conservation Center: It is a reserve for wildlife in Lagos. The natural habitats of this centre have been preserved making it a staycation spot for nature lovers from around the world. It is located situated in Eti Osa Local Government Area of Lagos, on Lekki Peninsula.

13. Eko Tourist Beach and Resort: Searching for a serene place to cool off, relax and enjoy your staycation? Eko Tourist Resort is ideal to visit, as it offers visitors a peaceful and reserved environment in addition to fun activities. This resort centre has a restaurant and bar, delectable cuisine as well as adequate security. Couples can enjoy taking long romantic walks on its white sand beach while enjoying the view of the sea.

14. Le Meridien Ibom Golf Resort: Couples looking to have a very romantic weekend, this is a destination per distinction. Located upon a very lush palm vegetation, this resort is known for its exceptional golf course and unruffled environment. The deluxe palm vegetation keeping a keen watch on this magnificent facility speaks to the fact about Mother nature’s undying care. The several activities in which couples would be engaged as well as the luxurious suites and the long romantic walks at the resort, would help them spend quality time together and foster stronger bonds between them.

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15. Atican Beach: Located at Abraham Adesanya Estate, Okun Ajah, Lagos. It offers its visitors a quiet serene environment to relax, away from the hustle and bustle of the city. board The beauty of this resort centre stems from its all-inclusive view, glowing seaside, crystalline sea, rousing scenery, and ceaseless white sands. Spice up that love affair by spending some time with your spouse in the outdoor pool at Atican Beach. This beach offers a variety of mouth-watering local and intercontinental dishes and it has a bar which is stocked with the finest wines and spirits.

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