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What is the best time to visit Lagos?

Lagos has a tropical wet and dry climate, with two distinct rainy seasons. The more intense rainy season occurs between April and July, while the milder one happens in October and November. Lagos experiences the dry season in August and September, as well as between December and March. From December to early February, Harmattan winds from Sahara Desert blow their strongest force. 

March is the hottest month in Lagos, where the temperature reaches up to 29 degrees Celsius. With an average temperature of 25 degrees Celsius, July is the coolest month. August and September are the best months to visit Lagos because of the cooler temperature during the dry season.


What are the must-go places in Lagos?

  • Lekki Conservation Centre

Established in 1990 and situated in Lekki Peninsula, this conservation covers 78 hectares of land area and one of the most visited nature reserves in Lagos. Adrenaline junkies should not miss walking on the 401 meters canopy built in 2015 and the longest walkway canopy in Africa. You can also wander around the conservation to see a 95-year-old turtle and other wild animals such as snakes, crocodiles, and peacock.  With the bustling and buzzing of Lagos, this place offers serenity and peace.

  • Badagry Town

The port of this coastal town is also known as the ‘Point of No Return,' because of its role in the past as one of the ports of the transatlantic slave trade in Africa. Learn about the history of slavery in the museum where they put on a display some slave shackles and chains used to hold up to 100 slaves. Don’t forget to pay a visit to Nigeria’s first story building, which built in 1845 and keeps the first translation of Holy Bible into a local language.

  • Tarkwa Bay

As an artificial sheltered beach, this bay was created when Lagos harbor was made and only accessible by boat or water taxis. You can buy paintings and handicrafts from the resident community who make a living from the visiting tourist. It is also popular spot to swim and to do water sports. Nearby, you can also visit Lighthouse Beach, with its 110-year-old lighthouse that guards the Lagos harbor and watch the queuing up of the ships, waiting to enter the port.


How much things cost in Lagos?


Cost (in PHP)


You can find budget accommodations from PHP815, while mid-range hotels start at PHP1156. Business/resort accommodations start from around PHP2511.


A one-way ticket for local transportation costs PHP21, while normal tariff for a taxi starts at PHP58.

Food & drink

A meal at inexpensive restaurants costs around PHP72. A combo meal at fast food restaurant starts at PHP217. A three-course meal in the mid-range restaurant starts for two people from PHP870.

Medical consultation

For a short visit to a doctor (15 minutes) starts from around PHP1947. Standard medications for a week costs around PHP235, while one box of antibiotics costs PHP315.


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