Lagos isn’t the quintessential tourist destination. You need some quality recommendation in these times. If you have a full free day, these Lagos Water Parks are great, interesting, with lots of stuff to do for both the young and the young at heart.
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Decent places to picnic, hang out, go on fun dates, recoup, party, or the definitive family-fun spots. Line up the ladder and landing and glide down slides for a healthy dose of adrenaline. Families also get to enjoy the beautiful tropical wet and dry weather; play structures, swings, and exercise equipment in these parks.
Some of these Lagos water parks could do with a bit more infrastructure upgrade, even so, they are essential aspects of tourism and recreation in the city. Remember to wash your hands, before and after and wear a mask.
Funtopia Water Park
Take a quick trip to Ibeju Lekki for a little third-term holiday or Mother’s Day fun. Funtopia is a big hit with both kiddos and grown-ups, readied with activities. Buoyed by three giant water slides and three interconnecting pools, incorporating an in-pool bar for adults, the funfair is limitless.
There are arcade and computer games in ‘Cusco City’, billiards and table tennis in ‘The Shed’ and a wide variety of other activities.
Wax museum, terraces for soccer and basketball, a modest water slide, swimming pool, quad biking and kart racing courts, impressive Archery stand, pirate ship, space simulator and, even a mini zoo and aquarium, Omu Resort is an all-in-one entertainment hub.
An amusement park best visited in a group on a fun-filled road trip, with home-made food and drinks in stock. You’ll have to figure the place out by yourself on weekends as tour guides are rarely accessible. It’s side-attractions, different fun rides and activities, for one thing, will captivate both young and old.
Federal Palace Hotel Pool Club
The Federal Palace Hotel overlooks the majestic Atlantic Ocean, impeccably tailored to international corporate standards. It offers limited Pool Club access to members and hotel guests.
Its facilities include a mini water world of fun complete with water slides and children’s pools (furnished with jumping pillow), children’s play park (with jungle gyms and sand slides), an outdoor exercise circuit that boasts a tennis court, and games room. It affords members and tenants a private space for family bonding, fun outing and leisure, so long they meet terms and conditions of usage.
Funderland Mall is an 1800 square meters facility, featuring roller skating rink, water slides, swimming pool and rock climbing. The mall is somewhere between Victoria Garden City (VGC) and Chevron Corporation, with shops and restaurants.
The venue seeks to offer unparalleled shopping and family experience, with space for events, functions and recreational activities.
Dream World Africana
It is one of the most popular water parks in Lagos. Dream World Africana may be, considerably, run-down, owing to the oft-discussed poor maintenance culture in Nigeria. It yet offers a generous variety of thrilling swings, rides and activities in a clean and serene environment.
There are swimming pools for kids and adults, with water tunnel slides for kids. The place is much more fun for groups, who’ve figured out activities ahead, like arriving with personal board games, meals and a pre-planned timeline for fun.