Last Updated On November 2, 2020.

In this SUPER COLLABORATIVE writeup, my beautiful friend, Favour talks about her trip to ONIRU PRIVATE BEACH.

Oniru Private Beach Lagos

She journeyed to the city of excellence for a 7-Day time out and during her stay she visited the beach, a shopping mall (ICM), computer village, two hotels and few restaurants.

Ahem! Before we get seriously underway, there are two basic questions I want you to consider.

Firstly, Have you ever visited any beach in Lagos?

Secondly: What was your experience like and will you be visiting again?

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Oniru Private Beach is one of the popular island hotspots in Lagos. The beautiful oasis is heavily patronised by locals and foreigners and it offers a balanced mix of music, food and gorgeous scenery.

The beach is one of the Lagos resorts owned by the great Oniru Royal Family and it entertains tens of thousands every week with Sundays being the best days.

So, I’m handing over right about… now!

Allo, this is Favour speaking.


Arriving Oniru Beach at exactly three p.m., my friend and I paid the sum of 1,000 Naira each and it cost 200 Naira for the car park.

On entry, we were surrounded by vendors as melodious naija songs filled the air. Honestly, I advise that you get a sourvenir from one of them, it is going to be a good reminder of your visit.

Artworks sold here include paintings, miniatures, jewelries, beadwork, wood carvings and other amazing crafts.

Buy your local beads here. Source – bobdeephoto

The beach officials at Oniru Private Beach were very friendly and visitors were permitted to bring food or snacks in case they didn’t want to spend any cash because things can be a bit pricey. Plus it’s a beach, so…

If the regular 150 Naira Coca Cola bottle cost 500 Naira, you can only imagine how expensive other drinks will be.


Here’s a genuine list of amazing things anyone can try at Oniru Private Beach.


Hiya! Source – hotels.ng

Also known as horse riding, this is one of my favourite beach activities.

It’s exciting to gallop around the silky sand as the ocean breeze hits you and your hair sways from left to right. If you’re man or woman enough, test yourself on any of these horses.

Safety Tip: It’s advisable to ride alongside a guide if you have no experience with riding horses.


Hear The Swoosh?…

Water sports can be fun-filled and very relaxing at the same time. Although, they are extreme, it’s important you never shy away from such thrills.

Some water sports at Oniru Private Beach are swimming, jet skiing, kite surfing, wind surfing, para-sailing, skim boarding and speed boating. You can practice them every weekend until you become a pro.

Safety Tip: Avoid the beach during rainy season because sometimes, the sea level rises and overflows its banks.

Kite Surfing. Source – thrillspire

While wandering around the beach anticipating fun activities, it’s important to be careful. Although I saw a couple life jackets lying around, I couldn’t find a single lifeguard during my stay.

Also, a section of the beach is barricaded with huge boulders and I think they are meant for crowd or flood control or maybe just boundaries. I’m not sure which.

In summary, whether it’s for leisure or competition make sure you participate in any of the action-packed water sports events.


#3. FOOD!


Oniru beach is garnished with a variety of finger licking delicacies and these are mostly sold at tuck shops, food kiosks, joints, pubs, outlets or restaurants.

Fun Fact: It is very likely that you run into Nigerian celebrities when purchasing food in any of the outlets.

Some tasty food items include Asun (assorted goat meat), Suya, Isiewu or Nkwobi (check archives), Peppersoup, Chicken Wings and Chips, Fish and Chips and Indomie.

Spicy Asun. Source – nomadicnegro

Edibles can be combined with hard or soft beverages sold at the beach, like I said earlier, if you’d prefer a “personal touch” bring your victuals in for a picnic with friends and family.


This top island destination is furnished with a mini ferris wheel that isn’t restricted to kids alone, it sits eighteen persons on a single ride and could satisfy your excitement craving.

Make sure you try it!

Ferris wheel drama. Source – Vanguard


Get your phone and camera ready because it’s photo time! #beachplease #pepperdem #beachin 

Oniru Beach is picture perfect and yes! The beautiful scenery is good enough for your Facebook and Instagram feed.

Photography 101. Source – bobdeephoto

Fun Fact: Oniru Private Beach is a few kilometres from great photography props such as Zenith Bank Headquarters, Chocolat Royal Ice Cream, Landmark Center, Hardrock Cafe, Four Points By Sheraton Hotel, Oriental Hotel and many other landmarks in Lagos.

Hard Rock Cafe. Source – TripAdvisor

If you’d like pictures for a photoshoot then this beach is obviously worth a shot, let the picturesque view of the white sand and Atlantic ocean become your canvas.


I asked some of my lady friends at random if they would like Beach Proposals and their response was an astounding yes. Heck! I would too.

Beach proposals are romantic and if you’ve found the one, I believe it’s not a bad idea to pop the question at Oniru Private Beach.

You can choose a private area of the beach if public proposals don’t tickle your fancy.

Love on the Beach


While enjoying the ocean view, have a drink, gist, read a book, write a journal, paint or daydream. Do whatever suits your style and don’t forget to grab a chair or spread a mat for a full blown relaxation process.

White lady chilling at Oniru Private Beach. Source – Google Local Guide

Dress Tip: It’s a beach not an art gallery
or museum, dress simple and wear a comfortable outfit that makes you breathe.

In the distant horizon, you can identify the residential highrise building – Eko Pearl Towers of Eko Atlantic City, it comprises of 5 towers; White Pearl Tower, Black Pearl Tower, Indigo Pearl Tower, Champagne Pearl Tower and Aqua Pearl Tower.

Exercise caution while at the beach, always dispose your trash in a plastic bag if they’re no litter bins around because garbage is harmful to aquatic life and it tarnishes the public image of Oniru Private Beach.

Jump Rope! Source – bobdeephoto

kids building a sand castle. Source – bobdeephoto

Bored? You can take a walk along the sandy sea shores while watching people busy with jump rope, beach soccer, volleyball, sand castles and kites.

I promise Oniru Private Beach is an exceptionally great location for fun seekers.

Make sure you visit sometime. 😉

About Contributor

Favour Bob-Manuel is a major contributor on ericotrips, her trip to Lagos first debuted here. She is an enthusiastic person, lover of children and aspires to be a catalogue model. She is from Rivers State, Kalabari tribe.

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Favour had a splendid time in Lagos state and hopes to visit soon again.


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  1. Barry Bones says:

    Oniru Beach seems like the perfect place for friends and family hangout. Thanks for sharing.


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