- VIP Festival Passes Welcome Party
- Visa on Arrival Festival After Parties
- Security and Escort Closing Beach Party
- Airport Transportation Choice of Activities Throughout the Week
- Ground Transportation for Week
- Hotel Accommodations
- Daily Breakfast, and Other Meals Where Indicated
WHERE YOU’LL STAY
WHAT YOU’LL GET INTO
#mygidi allows you the option to bundle your festival passes with travel, accommodation, transportation, and/or cultural experiences.
Outside of the musical lineup, we’ve curated an exciting cultural lineup that will include historical site visits, community service, and dancing, lots of dancing, amongst fun surprises! We’re sure you’ve heard about the jollof wars between Ghana and Nigeria and often times Senegal (the originators of jollof, shush you didn’t hear it from us!). Well, you will have the opportunity to learn how to make this popular dish, so next time you can claim that your jollof is indeed the best! On our History of Nigeria day, you’ll have the option to visit the largest art gallery in West Africa or the National Museum. Lagos has a beautiful shore line and you will have the chance to drive a 4-wheeled ATV along her sands, after experiencing the uniqueness of shopping for souvenirs, cotton, silks, lace, and decorative pieces in an open-air market, all while bargaining on everything! #mygidi is for the adventurous explorer looking to enhance their Gidi Festival experience.
Lagos is the epicenter for the African music movement so you’re coming to the right place to sweat it all out on the dance floor. The city also breeds so much history and culture we’re sure you don’t want to miss during your stay in bustling Lasgidi! This unique experience allows you to create a community amongst your fellow travelers. Join our #mygidi tribe…
FROM PRICE, PER PERSON SHARED ROOM (DOUBLE ROOM), FROM PRICE PER SINGLE ROOM (ONE PERSON IN A ROOM)
WHATS INCLUDED – FESTIVAL PASSES + HOTEL + TRAVEL (FLIGHT, VOA, AIRPORT TRANSPORT) + GROUND TRANSPORTATION + EXPERIENCES (INCLUDES SELECT MEALS)
THINGS TO NOTE
Is a Visa and Passport required?
US / EU citizen tourists entering Nigeria require a Visa. Nigerian [with a Nigerian passport] and other ECOWAS Passport Holders do not require a Visa.
A valid passport is required and it is recommended that your passport be valid for at least six months beyond the date of your entry into Nigeria to ease entry.
Is Yellow Fever vaccination required to enter Nigeria?
Yes, you should receive vaccination against yellow fever at least 10 days before travel.
Is Nigeria a malaria zone?
Nigeria is a malaria zone. You should take steps to prevent mosquito bites while there.
Consult your physician for advice on the best prophylaxis for you.