Oniru Beach… a quiet seaside getaway

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Oniru private beach VI

Easily one of the top beaches in Lagos, the Oniru private beach VI is recommended for its clean and secured waterfront.

The beach promises a delightful ambience and a welcoming clean sea water that spells everything blissful. if you are particular about the sea sands, here you will find the sandy beach quite lovely. You can soak your feet under or just take a walk taking in the beauty of nature.

The Oniru beach is a private beach in Lagos located in the uptown end of Ligali Ayorinde Street in Victoria Island. The beach is one of the many assets managed by the lineage of the famous Oniru royal family in Lagos.

The entrance fee into the beautiful serene private beach is usually N1000  but can get up to N4000 depending on the activity going on at the beach. On days when there are shows which popular A-listed Nigerian and International artistes are featured on the beach, the fee gets increased. There is adequate presence of security personnel to ensure fees are paid and the safety of visitors.

Visitors will find satisfactory joint so enjoy suya, grilled fish and other refreshments. Bottled drinks are not allowed on the beach except can drinks which sell for twice the normal amount. Also, renting a canopy with a table and four seats for few hours costs N1,500. A lot of the bars on the beach are owned by popular celebrities and prominent people in the Nigerian social scene. For every foreign tourist who might want to check out the dynamism of the local food culture, Oniru beach is a great place to do so.

When it is 12pm, no entrance is allowed on the beach till the next morning but once you are in before the curfew, you can leave at any time you desire.

The best day of the week to have a fun filled day at the beach is Sunday. Every Sunday evening, the beach arena gets into high party mood with various classes of women and men doing their thing without minding who is watching.

The Oniru Private Beach is located at the end of Ligali Ayorinde street, VI. Payment is required for entrance.

Are you a lover of classy waterfront destinations? Oniru beach is at your beck and call!



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  1. Nein

    November 30, 2016 at 2:47 pm

    I need a contact number I can call to help me secure a canopy and chairs before my coming to avoid a situation where when I come there will be no canopies and chairs available…Please reply via my email.

  2. Endi

    December 18, 2017 at 8:36 am

    Where precisely is the main entrance to the beach so I don’t get humiliated when I come in from another entrance.

  3. Joyce

    May 11, 2018 at 2:10 pm

    Please can i come in with my food n drinks?

    • OM

      May 16, 2018 at 4:02 pm

      Hello Joyce, thanks for contacting us. Yes, you can go in with your food and drink.

  4. Nicholas

    August 3, 2018 at 2:48 am

    We will be coming to the beach on Sunday later in the evening after church all around 5pm.Pls I need to know if we would be allowed to enter the beach by that time or we shouldn’t bother coming.

    Thanks,waiting for reply.

  5. Tobi

    August 15, 2018 at 7:23 pm

    Is there accomodation when spending the night at the beach and what is the cost.

  6. Oreoluwa

    November 16, 2018 at 2:44 pm

    Please I want to know if I can bring a portable charcoal grill so I can grill chicken at the beach at my canopy side. Thank You and waiting for your reply

  7. Joshua

    November 18, 2018 at 4:23 pm

    Please can I come in with foods and drinks…. Just wanted to be sure!!! To avoid embarrassment

  8. Gabby

    December 14, 2018 at 1:30 pm

    How much will the entrance fee be on 25th December… And can I come with my CAN drinks??? Thanks

  9. Tope

    February 17, 2019 at 9:45 am

    Can I come with my friends around 1 pm on Sunday

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