Take some time out to explore the beauty and wonder of our country and you will find that you don’t need to board a plane to find something tropical, natural and exotic.
There are a few spots that are honeymoon worthy so there’s no need to break the bank while trying to bond as a newly married couple. Check out these top Nigerian honeymoon destinations to incorporate into your itinerary:
- Le Meridien Ibom Hotel & Golf Resort
Located over a whopping 174 acres of land and surrounded by palm forest vegetation, this hotel has all the fresh air you need to revive your whole being from two weddings! It is equipped with free Wi-Fi, a restaurant, gym, flat-screen TVs and minibars in each room. A great choice for staying away from the hustle and bustle of a city; it is situated in Uyo, Akwa Ibom.
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- La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort
This resort has been described as where modern luxury meets African hospitality. There’s never a dull moment here as there are water sport activities, cabins on the beachfront and a combination of Nigerian and continental cuisine. It also has a spa and gym for couples who appreciate a bit of city life. This is easily one of the best Nigerian honeymoon destinations located in Lagos.
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- Obudu Mountain Resort
The temperature here will make you forget about going to London. The resort is a popular tourist destination located in Cross River State with many tourist activities available including going on the Canopy Walkway and driving cable cars. The Afi Forest Reserve and Agbokin Waterfalls are also within a 3-hour drive of the resort.
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This three bedroom (en-suite) villa is complete with a pool, kitchen, private lounge area and beachfront. It is the true definition of serene luxury for two with clean décor and an island club ambience. Relaxation will not be hard to come by as you can also opt for private catering if you prefer not to cook. It is located at Ilashe (private beach), Lagos.
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Could this be it for Dubai, Mauritius and Seychelles? Leave your passports at home or mix it up and make your honeymoon a combination of Nigerian and foreign experiences.