Cheap flights to Lagos
No African holiday itinerary is complete without some time to let loose in Lagos, Nigeria's most populous city. If you think the Lekki Conservation Centre, extensive wetlands filled with crocodiles and monkeys and the markets of Lagos Island keep you busy enough by day, you’ll be overwhelmed by the scope of the nightlife that will convince you that sleep is for the weak. Lagos is home to a packed agenda of annual festivals and restaurants, bars and pubs to rival those in even the world’s most sophisticated towns. To get you amongst it all, the team at Student Flights has worked hard to produce a suite of the cheapest flights to Lagos you can lay your hands on.
Flights from Australia to Lagos will arrive at Murtala Muhammed International Airport (LOS) which is located in Ikeja, a suburb of Lagos and home to a unique computer market set up in 1997, which now has over 800 stalls. Transfers from the airport to your accommodation in Lagos come by way of private transfer, hotel shuttle services or public train and coach. Our Student Flight consultants can help you organise stress-free private transfers - just ask!
Flights from Australia to Lagos depart from Perth or Melbourne with a flight time of around 23 hours, and will mean you might pause a while in Johannesburg or Doha. If you’re setting off from Brisbane, Sydney and other Australian capital cities, you might have another stopover to add, and could swing by Singapore, if you please. Airlines will keep you fed, hydrated and entertained for the duration of the flight. For more information and services check out airline guide.
Airlines that fly to Lagos
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Lagos Holiday Packages
Lagos is often described as wall-to-wall with people and cars, thanks to the 17.5 million people who live there. To avoid getting lost in the bustle, it’s a good idea to get a holiday package together that will suit your travel needs and wants. Packages will include must-see sights such as the Kalkuta Republic Museum, Freedom Park, and Nike Art Gallery, with time left to laze on the beach or dip a paddl board in at Oniru, Bar Beach, Coconut Beach or Akoda Beach. Clever and clued-in Student Flights travel consultants can arrange the best add-ons with personalised packages and holiday specials. You might even snap up some free hotel nights or complimentary breakfasts if you’re lucky.
Learn more than you ever did in geography class when you take in the Nok Terracottas at the Lagos National Museum, or pay a visit to the New Afrika Shrine – a political education and great photo opportunity all rolled into one. Sample the tastes and smells of local Lagos at the Jankara Market where you can take home some trade beads or juju potions and powders, perhaps. Lagos is a captivating city and its sheer size and population is enough to exhilarate and thrill. Nightlife options include regularly planned dance festivals and well-known club spots such as Pat’s Place and Ynot, described as “totally chaotic” by bleary-eyed backpackers who've danced there until dawn.
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