Wherever you are in Lagos (except for Ikorodu and Epe), find your way to the Lekki – Epe Expressway (the Ozumba Mbadiwe end of it) and when you do, drive. Keep going straight down, past all the roundabouts that still are (and the ones that used to be but have now become traffic lights), straight on as you climb and descend the Jubilee bridge at Ajah, and on still. Keep going straight, even when the road goes from dual carriage to single lane, until you get to the very end where it splits left and right.

Turn left, as if you’re going towards Ijebu – Ode. Just a few meters ahead on your left, facing the road, is a purple wall sign.

Congratulations. You have found a hidden gem.

The Epe Resort and Spa is an idyllic getaway. Aesthetically designed for your comfort and pleasure, it has cute chalets with exquisite rooms, superb food, a beautiful swimming pool, a basketball and a lawn tennis courts, table tennis facilities, an outdoor fire pit for barbecues, and wait for it, bicycles for people who are so inclined to ride around its well laid out paths. The lawns are lush and well-kept, and the environment is quiet and spotless. To make sure you don’t lose touch with the outside world during your visit, the spa has superfast wifi for all lodgers, and there’s also adequate security to protect lives and property. An all-purpose gymnasium and a lagoon-view restaurant (presently under construction) will soon be added to the array of facilities provided to make staying at the resort a totally awesome experience.

Are you thinking of taking a breather from the hustle and bustle of Lagos, looking for a venue for your Corporate retreat and team bonding exercise, searching for the perfect place for your honeymoon, or just feeling adventurous? Then a visit to the Epe Resort and Spa should be on your menu. It will definitely exceed your expectations and the cost is quite reasonable.

P.S – You can explore Epe Town itself during your visit and if you do, the fish market is a must-see.

Have fun, and thank me later.

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