8 Places In Nigeria You Will Love To Visit With Your Significant ‘Other’


A vacation with your significant other is one of the best things yet. As much as it requires proper funding it is always the worthwhile.

Before you plan a vacation,  a thorough research on places you will like to visit should have been done ensuring the price range (air/bus tickets, hotel prices) suits perfectly with your budget.

Thinking of where to spend your vacation may be exhausting so we have done a bit of research which should help you easily choose your vacation spots.

You don’t need to leave the country to have an amazing getaway.

Here are 8 beautiful places in Nigeria you may love to visit with him.

1. Obudu Mountain Resort

This place is located in the heart of Cross River. It was developed in 1951 by M. McCaughley, a Scot who first explored the mountain ranges in 1949.

The popular travel destination features a cable car from the base to the top of the plateau.


A gym, natural swimming park at the bottom of the mountain, 9-hole golf course, a squash court and traditional African – styled huts that shelters visitors. An airstrip located at nearby Bebi village also provide charter services to the ranch.

2. Le Meridien Ibom Hotel & Golf Resort


Situated amidst rich palm forest vegetation, this magnificent hotel on 174 hectares of land connotes peace and serenity complemented by its original atmosphere.

3. Ikogosi Warm Springs Resort

Ikogosi Warm Springs Resort is a 3-Star hotel located at the Central Tourist Road, Ikogosi, Ekiti state. This resort derives its name from the Ikogosi Springs, which is a popular tourist attraction in Africa domiciled in the same town as the Resort.


The Ikogosi Warm Springs Resort is surrounded by a breathtaking landscape characterised by a lush vegetation, a wooden footbridge that runs across the surrounding forests and a litany of thatched roof sit outs.

4. La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort

La Campagne Tropicana is a private 60-acre beach resort in Lekki, Lagos. La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort combines an African themed hospitality with modern luxury.


The beach resort has been patronized by world class dignitaries including ex-presidents, ministers and monarchs. La Campagne is regarded as one of the best beach resorts in Nigeria.

5. Zenababs Half Moon Resort

The Zenababs Half Moon Resort is a 3-Star hotel situated along the Prince Oladele Olashore way, Ilo Aiyegunle, Ilesha, Osun state.

This resort brings guests closer to nature with its breathtaking scenery characterised by several acres of greenery, plush gardens with a central water fountain and interlocked exterior flooring.

6. Oguta Lake Holiday Complex

Oguta lake is Nigeria’s second largest lake. It is a popular tourist spot as the lake is a beautiful blue colour, and is neither salty nor home to crocodiles, making it Ideal for swimming and water sports.

The complex runs a cruise service giving visitors a chance to get out onto the lake. Aside from the lake, the complex is known for its full sized, 18 hole golf course. There is also a children’s recreation park.

7. Eko Tourist Beach Resort

Eko Tourist Beach Resort is a well known resort in lagos located in Ibeju Lekki, Lagos.

The hotel lies close to the Lekki Free Trade Zone and the West African shores of the Atlantic Ocean.

Each room at the resort has a work/reading table, a sofa, a fridge, an air conditioner and an en-suite bathroom.

8. Rojenny Tourist Village

At the outskirts of Onitsha market town is found Rojenny Village, one of the leading tourist resorts in Nigeria.  Located in the peaceful town of Oba, Idemili South local government area of Anambra State, just outside the market town of Onitsha, Owerri-Onitsha Expressway.

The Rojenny Tourist and Games Village has many facilities such as: standard swimming pool, two standard lawn tennis court, basket ball, volley ball, badminton, table tennis etc and entertainment, facilities such as: zoo, recreation centers, garden park, club house, restaurant, hotels and suites, conference hall, cultural centers and church, mosque and traditional worship centres.

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