Wanderlust?…we fix it. On average we spend about a third of our lives commuting, and if you live in a megacity like Lagos, chances are you spend 67% of that time stuck in a traffic jam. Sitting in a traffic jam day after day it is easy to lose sight of what really matters in life. Like the hum of far places calling you away.
Below we show you 5 places to thoroughly satisfy your wanderlust without breaking the bank
- Warm Springs of Ikogosi, Ekiti State.
Few places in the world have a warm spring and a cold spring meeting at a confluence in the same location. The selfie opportunities are endless!
- Ogbunike Caves, Anambra State. Located in a valley blanketed by tropical rain forest, the collection of caves has been in use over centuries by local people for whom it has particular spiritual significance. Remember to take off your shoes before stepping in.3. The city of Jos, Plateau State. The old tin town is located on the Jos Plateau at an elevation of about 1,238 metres or 4,062 feet high above sea level. The city covers almost 3 square miles (7.8 km2) of savannah bush, the Jos Wildlife Park is a popular local attraction and includes animals such as lions, pythons and pygmy hippopotami.
- Olumo Rock, Ogun State.
Situated at the heart of Abeokuta in Ogun state, this destination will cost a lot of sweat on your way to the top but the view will be totally worth it!
- Tarkwa Bay, Lagos State.
This beach stands a few kilometres away from Lagos Island and can be accessed by boat. Located at the Atlas cove, its many attractions include water sports and freshly made coconut juice sourced right before your eyes.
Have we left out any place of interest? Tell us in the comment section below. Happy Travelling!