La Campagne Tropicana beach resort may perhaps be the haven you’ve been waiting for. Just one hour drive from Victoria Island, Lagos, this presumably five-star resort offers a unique blend of natural environments with mixture of fresh water lake, accessible mangrove forest, savannah, extensive sandy beach and warm Atlantic sea breeze.
Celebrated for its distinctive kind of hospitality, previous visitors to the resort have testified to this world class accommodation with variety of activities that promises an experience like no other.
From the very moment you check into the resort until your departure, you are ushered into a rare world of relaxation that brings lasting memories.
Suffice to say that there is hardly any dull moment at Lacampgne Tropicana resort. The staffs are uniquely trained to be cautious and friendly in their dealings with customers.
What’s more, the cuisines are tremendously opulent and capable of rejuvenating depleted immunes.
Little wonder, the resort’s slogan ‘a blissful marriage of man and nature’ clearly connects with the level of satisfaction and value even at the shortest sojourn.
Care, no doubt is the watch word at this Lekki based resort, where some of the activities lined up for fun seekers are mind blowing.
In fact, La Campagne Tropicana is distinct among other holiday resorts. Some of its distinguishing facilities at the resort include fishing, camping, biking, cycling, canoeing, bonfire and aerobics.
Others are basic self defense, horse riding, badminton, archery, tennis, pool/snooker, quad biking, football volleyball, kickboxing, boxing, wrestling, water volleyball and Sauna.
La Campgne resort would definitely appeal to organizations and individuals seeking for rare environment to unwind.
There are also chartered airport cabs and a handful of car hire services at the Murtala Mohammed Airport in Ikeja that could convey tourists in and out of the resort.
From the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, La Campagne Tropicana is about two and half hours drive despite the stop-and-go traffic situation which has come to be accepted as a reality of life in the city of Lagos.