Holidays in Nigeria

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Four Points by Sheraton Lagos
Four Points by Sheraton Lagos
4 out of 5
Plot 9/10, Block 2, Oniru Chieftaincy Estate, Lagos
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is NZ$205 per night from 5 Nov. to 5 Nov.
3.9/5 Good! (171 reviews)
"The staff were very friendly. The building is getting older and needs more maintenance."

Reviewed on 3 Aug. 2021

Four Points by Sheraton Lagos
Lagos Continental Hotel
Lagos Continental Hotel
5 out of 5
Plot 52 Kofo Abayomi Street Lagos, Victoria Island, Lagos
3.9/5 Very Good! (171 reviews)
"Its a good and secured place.They just need to run their spa on longer hours"

Reviewed on 10 Oct. 2021

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Eko Hotels & Suites
Eko Hotels & Suites
5 out of 5
Plot 1415 Adetokunbo Ademola Street, Lagos, 12724
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is NZ$262 per night from 25 Oct. to 25 Oct.
3.6/5 Good! (392 reviews)
"My stay at the hotel was lovely and the staffs was friendly and very helpful."

Reviewed on 12 Sep. 2021

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Nigeria Holiday

From the pulsating nightlife of Lagos to the stunning mountain peaks at Plateau State, this fascinating destination is begging to be explored. Also known as the “Giant of Africa,” Nigeria is famous for its rich diversity of ethnic groups, beautiful natural landscapes and wildlife reserves.

Nigeria Hotel + Flights

Take your pick of 2931 hotels offered by Expedia, starting at NZ$205 a night. However, you’ll get more out of your travel budget when you bundle your hotel, flights and rental car into a Nigeria Holiday Package. Want to get up close to the incredible wildlife? Book a Yankari safari tour and marvel at the splendour of exotic animals in their natural habitat.


Your Nigeria Holiday Itinerary

  • Day 1-3: Arrive in Murtala Muhammed International Airport and head straight to Lagos, Nigeria’s largest city. Unleash your inner daredevil at the Lekki Conservation Centre, which features Africa’s longest canopy walkway. Prefer someplace more peaceful? Take a boat to Tarkwa Beach for a relaxing time under the sun.

  • Day 4-6: Rent a car and cruise down the Third Mainland Bridge (one of the world’s longest). If you’re interested in learning about the slave-trade era, join a tour at the coastal town of Badagry, about three hours west of Lagos.

  • Day 7-10: Take a flight to Abuja and spend your last few days in this lively capital. Hike up the magnificent Zuma Rock, capture a photo of the Abuja National Mosque and buy some unique Nigerian souvenirs at the Abuja Art and Craft Village. 

Nigeria Information

  • Dress up in your most flamboyant outfit and get ready for fun at the Calabar Carnival, Africa’s biggest street party. Held annually in December, this month-long celebration features parades, fashion shows, beauty pageants and more.

  • From street markets to historical landmarks, there’s so much to see in Nigeria’s lively capital. Expedia’s Abuja Holiday Packages will help you discover the best of it.

  • Here to relax? Book one of our Nigeria All Inclusive Hotels and you’ll hardly have to lift a finger.

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