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      Shekinah Brama

      The rush and excitement of spending quality time with a new partner is part of the bonding ritual. Whether your date is a foodie, an outdoor enthusiast, or an art enthusiast, Nigeria has a way of instilling wanderlust in you no matter where you go or what you do. Here are some top date ideas in Nigeria to try for those special days and nights with that special someone.

      Go on a picnic:

      There are many picturesque places to enjoy a picnic in Nigeria, no matter where you live. The Jabi Lake is fantastic for Abuja residents; you can even take a boat ride on the lake. Oguta Lake is also located south of Abuja. Other lovely spots to unpack your hamper include Ibadan’s Agodi Gardens and University Gardens, as well as Lagos’ Freedom Park, which frequently hosts art events.

      Have a karaoke date:

      Nigeria is well-known for its lively nightlife and thriving music scene. Aside from drinks and cocktails, most clubs and lounges also provide karaoke services. What better way to have a good time and get to know each other’s fun side than to drink a few beers and sing your favorite songs loudly?

      Explore Nigeria on a weekend getaway:

      Various groups are springing up across the country with the sole purpose of exploring different parts of Nigeria. You can join any of the groups for a weekend away to learn more about Nigeria, its cities and culture, the environment, and, of course, the person you’re dating.

      Art criticism and coffee:

      Many coffee shops are springing up throughout Nigeria’s major cities. It’s a stimulating combination of caffeine and culture, especially when paired with some of the country’s top art galleries. You and your date can spend a couple of hours exploring the many cafés and comparing coffee roasts, then use that energy boost to visit the exhibits and art shows and talk about what you saw.

      Attend a stage performance or a concert:

      Stage plays are making a big comeback in Nigeria after a brief hiatus. The majority of universities with Theatre Arts departments present one or two plays per week. You can also take your date to an open-air concert where you can listen to some of Nigeria’s best Afrobeat tunes.

      Go to a private beach:

      Book a boat ride to a private beach and relax while watching the sunset over the seas. The ideal beach date should begin with a bang. Enjoy the sea spray with your date on a motorboat. Splashing in the water is also an option. You should try to make your date as enjoyable as possible, whether that means riding a horse or playing in the sand. End the date with a deep conversation while watching the sunset.

      A variety of activities can help set the tone for a memorable first date. The best options, on the other hand, are those that allow for meaningful conversations, learning about each other’s personalities, and experiencing something new together without putting too much emphasis on constant conversation.

      When in doubt, dating coaches advise choosing an activity that appears to be equally comfortable for both of you. The more invested and at ease you both are, the more likely you will be to experience each other’s true, authentic selves — and the more enjoyable the process will be.



    • #41949

      What private beaches are in Nigeria please?

    • #41959
      Shekinah Brama

      Ilashe beach in Lagos sir

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