Thursday, April 2, 2015
Got Last Minute Plans? Best Affordable Places to spend Easter Vacation!
By Chinelo Ngene
Travel is the best gift you can give yourself and your family this Easter. With so much going on around this time, it may be overwhelming to plan a worthwhile last minute trip that is both fulfilling and easy on your wallet. To help you through the back-breaking task of finding the perfect holiday destination, I have selected five of the most affordable last minute destinations for Easter vacation. Put all your work aside and get ready for the best Easter!
Right next to the commercial capital of Nigeria, Ibadan rests snugly between the ever vibrant Lagos and the rest of Yorubaland. Fun seekers will have the time of their lives visiting places like Agodi Gardens, Fun Factory and the zoo. Travel to Ibadan this Easter for a stress-free vacation you will cherish for years to come.
Ghana is always a delight for many who want an international holiday as well as the convenience of being close to home. Tourists from Nigeria can visit for the weekend and be on their way after a few days of intense fun. Visit Accra this Easter for a chance to mix with people of different cultures and get a taste of Ghanaian traditions.
In the midst of southern Nigeria, Enugu draws the charm of the cities that surround it making the city an eclectic mix of Igbo cultures from around the country. Enugu, which means “hill top” has a serene landscape of hilly terrain combined with an inviting atmosphere for relaxation. It is great for a time out in the wide open country.
Labadi Beach, Ghana
Labadi Beach has been named one of the busiest beaches in Ghana and for good reason. The beach has every form of entertainment to keep you on your toes from day to night. With live bands and musical performances happening every day, there is never a dull moment of Labadi Beach. Relax is this exclusive part of Ghana for a breathtaking Easter experience.
Venture out into Eastern Africa and choose one of the most diverse cities in Kenya as your oyster. Nakuru is home to millions of flamingoes that line the Lake Nakuru in search of food. They give the city a unique identity and draw visitors from around the world to this magnificent city. If you’re looking for adventure and a little outdoor experience, spend this Easter in Nakuru, Kenya
Chinelo Ngene writes for Jovago.com
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