Lagos, Nigeria's largest city, is a vibrant and culturally diverse metropolis with numerous attractions ranging from lounging on the sandy beaches of Lagos to visiting museums, festivals, contemporary art galleries, green parks, local markets, and luxury shopping malls.
Being a coastal city, Lagos is home to several beautiful beaches, including Lekki and Elegushi, where you can go to unwind by yourself or with family and friends. Sunseekers can enjoy miles of warm, sandy beaches and a cocktail at the beach bar. At the same time, sports enthusiasts will find a variety of water sports to try, from jet skiing, kayaking, kitesurfing to stand-up paddleboarding, there's always something to do.
Lagos is fast becoming an art hub, attracting art and culture enthusiasts from all over the world. There are several art galleries to explore, including ReLe Gallery, Omenka Gallery, Nike Art Gallery and the Terra Art Gallery at Terra Kulture, leading art and educational center located in Victoria Island, Lagos. For those interested in learning more about traditional Nigerian life over the centuries, a visit to the Nigerian National Museum is a must.
For shopping enthusiasts, there's plenty of local markets and luxury shopping malls to discover. The most popular local markets are the Lekki Crafts Market and the Balogun Market on Lagos Island. Here, locals sell everything from colorful textiles to household goods. For luxury shoppers, exploring the Ikeja City Mall and Palms Mall in Lekki is worth it. From high-end clothing stores, restaurants, and electronics, you'll find everything.
For nature lovers, there are so many options for outdoor activities in Lagos. Stroll around Freedom Park and enjoy its many ponds, majestic fountains, and live music performances. Explore Lekki Conservation Centre, a nature hub, where you can appreciate exotic plants and animals. There's even an opportunity to spot monkeys in their natural habitat.
Finally, if there's one thing you can count on doing for fun in Lagos, it's eating out. One local dish you definitely must try is the classic Jollof Rice. The dish has several versions and comes with meat, fish or vegetables. Perfect for meat-eaters and vegetarians. For dessert lovers, there's plenty of options too. From the popular Shuku Shuku (Nigerian coconut balls) to Puff Puffs (deep-fried dough balls), you'll be satisfied.
Whether you travel for business or pleasure, Lagos has something for everyone.
Why Fly Business Class?
So why fly business class to Lagos? There are many benefits of flying business class. Avoid long queues at the airport with a faster security screening and a priority check-in and boarding.
Many airlines also offer extra baggage allowance for business travelers as well as free access to exclusive business lounges at the airport. At the lounge, feel free to enjoy complimentary food and drinks, free WiFi, and comfy chairs where you can rest before boarding. If you need to do some last-minute work, there are dedicated workstation areas at the lounge.
Onboard, enjoy a bigger seat that can often be converted to a horizontal sleeping position, more legroom, gourmet meals, and a large selection of beverages. For your ideal level of comfort, grab a pillow, a soft blanket, and noise-canceling headphones and immerse yourself into endless hours of five-start entertainment on a bigger screen. How can you not love this?
Finally, the best part about being a business class passenger is a high-quality level of service onboard during the flight.
There are nonstop flights to Lagos available from airports across the country, such as Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson and New York John F. Kennedy, with the average direct flight taking around 11 hours.
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So if you want to arrive in Lagos in a more relaxed frame of mind, be sure to check out our range of business class flights to Lagos here at Globehunters, and feel free to contact our dedicated team of travel consultants who are ready to help you plan and organize your trip.