Weekend Getaway

2D/1N Abeokuta Tour (Solo Traveler)

 Abeokuta, Nigeria
 Booking Starts On: 01st Jan - 11th Jan
NGN145,000 / Adult

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Abeokuta lies below the Olumo Rock, home to several caves and shrines. Chief Sodeke first settled in Abeokuta (meaning literally "the underneath of the rock", or indirectly "refuge among rocks" in 1830 as a place of refuge from slave hunters from Dahomey and Ibadan. The village populations scattered over the open country to take refuge among the rocks surrounding the city. Here they formed a free confederacy of many distinct groups, each preserving the traditional customs, religious rites and the names of their original villages.

Tour Overview


Jan 2023- Dec 2023


10 Hours

Pickup Location

Pickup available from Lagos Train station



Car PickUp


Tour Guide



  • Experienced and qualified guide
  • Sightseeing & Tours
  • All Access Fees
  • Train Tickets


  • Hiking Gear


Day 1
  • 07:00 AM

    Your guide will be waiting to receive you at the train station to board the service to Abeokuta.

  • 09:00 AM

    You will be taken to the hotel for check-in and a brief rest before commencing the activity for the day

  • 12:00 PM

    Explore the magnificent Olumo Rock. Get to the top of the rock to get an aerial view of the ancient city of Abeokuta.

  • 02:30 PM

    Proceed to the popular Adire market followed by a visit to the Kuti heritage museum.

  • 05:00 PM

    Return to the hotel and retire for the day to catch up with the memories created already.

Day 2
  • 10:00 AM

    Visit Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library for other fun activities. You get to see a replica of the presidential office as well as the room where the former president spent his days while in prison

  • 01:30 PM

    Time to head back to the train station for onward transfer to Lagos.


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Contact Info

The Motley Place 173 Kuje - Abuja, Nigeria (+234) 703 888 1962 mytravellogs@motleytravels.org

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