My first to La Campagne Tropicana was quite terrible. It was so bad that, even after driving for 2 hours to get there, I chose to head back home rather than subject myself to the poor service I received from one of the establishment’s managers. Luckily though, I found myself in Eleko Beach while heading back home, and as I mentioned in this post, I ended up having a better time there.

After boycotting the resort for a while, I decided to visit again. My choice was mainly influenced by both Unravelling Nigeria and Enefa’s visits. I was also looking forward to a nice, relaxing beach getaway with Mark. There are only so many beach resort options in Lagos, so naturally, La Campagne Tropicana fell on my radar again. We decided to test the waters by opting for a day trip and luckily, this visit was so much better than the first.

La Campagne Tropicana Lagos

We arrived at the resort on a Saturday morning after a 2-hour drive from Lagos Mainland. Our onward journey was traffic-free, however, we spent an extra hour in traffic on the way back.

When we arrived at about 9 am, the beach and resort were already bubbling with activities and people. We managed to find a fairly quiet spot to set up after paying the entrance fees required for day-trippers. It cost us ₦5,000 plus an extra ₦1,000 since we brought our own food.

La Campagne Tropicana beach resort

We spent the rest of our time lounging on the beach, taking plunges in the pool and challenging each other to a game of football and basketball. It’s safe to say that you already know who won. Me. I won. No, seriously, I did.

At some point, the owner of the resort invited us to try out the beach chairs they had dug out in the sand. I challenged him about the no-camera rule and he gave a few reasons why the rule was put in place. I didn’t exactly agree with the reasons but I thought it best not to argue further.

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La Campagne Tropicana

Overall, we had a pretty good time at La Campagne Tropicana. I loved that the beach was clean and kinda quiet. At first, there was fairly loud music playing but I guess they turned it down at some point. I also loved the little showers they hung to some of the trees.

The traffic on the way back was a huge downer to the whole experience but Mark and I both agree that we would visit again if we had the chance to. Only, the next time, we would probably go on a weekday and stay the night.

La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort

QUICK LOOK | La Campagne Tropicana

Where | Ibeju-Lekki, Lagos
How to get there | A pretty straight route along the Lekki Epe Expressway, before you veer off the main road. Google Maps is great for directions

Cost for Day Trippers | ₦5,000 plus an extra ₦1,000  if you BYOB; ₦2,500 plus an extra ₦500 for Teens; ₦1,500 for kids

Extras | To Kayak: ₦500 pp, per ride;  Jet ski: ₦5,000 pp, per ride

Good to Know | Only phone cameras allowed.

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  1. Lovely photos – especially the first one! I’ve seen many photos of La Campagne that *influenced* me to add it to my list of places to visit in Lagos. Good to know I will only be able to take photos with my phone – thanks for sharing!

  2. I have been interested in this beach for a while now. I’m glad I read your post. It would help me plan better for my trip when I decide to go there.
    Thanks for the post.

  3. Amarachi, you are stunning!!!

  4. 😂 😂

    Ofcourse you won. LOL.

    that no camera rule is just 🙄
    Because don’t photos take equally nice sometimes better photos than a camera? 🙄

    Love the picture 😍

    • Haha, of course!

      I don’t understand why so many places that are supposed to be attractions here don’t allow cameras. And this is any kind of camera – not necessarily the high-tech ones. It doesn’t make any sense.