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Best Places to hold a picnic in Nigeria

Best Places to hold a picnic in Nigeria

Nigeria is a blessed country with hidden potentials, most tourists arround the world are yet to discover some exciting and unbelievable places in Nigeria, when you talk about fun centres and tourists attractions in Nigeria, the list is endless as all 36 states in the country including the federal capital territory has atleast one world class tourist attraction, Tourists from outside the country only settle for the popular ones they hear about while some are yet to go deep into Nigeria to sight some unbelievable features ranging from Culture to nature and wildlife.

Today Naijang Hub would be talking about the Best Places to hold a Picnic in Nigeria, there are many places to hold a picnic in Nigeria with tourist cities like calabar, Lagos and enugu having more than ten cool places where one can hold a perfect and exciting picnic, but we would be talking about the Best Nationwide.

BEST PLACES TO HOLD A PICNIC IN NIGERIA


1. Lekki beach Resort Lagos
Best Places to hold a picnic in Nigeria
This is one of the finest and most popular  beaches in Nigeria located at D16 Eko court, Kofo Abayomi Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.
Lekki beach resort is ideal for tourists as it is mainly for relaxation, games etc. While enjoying the cool breeze from the sea,. There are hotels close to the sea where one can lodge.

2. Millennium Park Calabar
Best Places to hold a picnic in Nigeria
This is one of the most exciting experience in southern Nigeria as the famous park is located at the heart of the town, with a clean and serene environment one can easily hold a picnic with his family just below the Africa's tallest flag, the park is famous for so many things and remains a major tourist attraction in calabar.

3. Landmark Beach, Lagos
Best Places to hold a picnic in Nigeria
This is an exciting relaxation centre and is one of the best places to hold a picnic in Nigeria, here u can easily hold some outdoor activities, boat tours, games and of course a picnic

4. Millennium Park Abuja
Best Places to hold a picnic in Nigeria
Although Abuja is not known for beaches, there are other relaxation centres where one can easily hold an exciting picnic, the millennium Park located at three arms zone Abuja was commissioned in 2004 by queen Elizabeth II of England has played hosts to several events in the federal capital territory and forever remains a major tourist attraction.

5. Ibeno sand beach , Akwa ibom
Best Places to hold a picnic in Nigeria
Yes you can still find an exciting beach at southern Nigeria, Ibeno sand beach is one of the beaches located at the shorelines of the Atlantic ocean and is the longest sand beach in West Africa, the beach is located at Ibeno local government of Akwa ibom state and it's name was gotten from it's location, in 2010 there were reports of oil spillage at the beach as the Niger Delta region in Nigeria is known for Crude oil.

6. Finger park, calabar
Best Places to hold a picnic in Nigeria

Another famous park in calabar that can be substituted for a beach because you can still get sea breeze by relaxing here as it is located barely 200 metres away from the calabar River, it is an ideal place to hold a picnic in Nigeria with it's beautiful layout and green vegetation that is awesome for relaxation.

7. Nike lake resort Enugu
Best Places to hold a picnic in Nigeria
Down to  southeastern Nigeria you can still find Fun and relaxation centres although all 5 southeast states are landlocked and have no access to the coast, it is still beautiful place to be with their large Enterprise market and rich culture, The Nike lake resort is located at Enugu the capital city of Enugu state and it is a perfect place to hold a picnic in Nigeria with the world class landscape followed by the big swimming pool.

8. Port harcourt tourist beach
Best Places to hold a picnic in Nigeria

One of the most famous beaches in the coastal city of port Harcourt it was built in 1988 along the lines of kolabi Creek, the artificial White sands and real waves makes the feel of the beach most tourists come here for picnic while some come for a walk and relaxation.


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