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Flying from Kaduna to Lagos is perfect for all travelers as it’s a direct flight. The ride spans ±633 kilometers and takes around an hour and 10 minutes. This means if you’re traveling for business, you get to Lagos relatively fast. If you’re traveling for fun, you don’t have to wait too long to get the fun started.
The flight departs from Kaduna International Airport (KAD) and ends in Murtala Muhammed International Airport (LOS).
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The following airlines have a direct flight at least once a week:
Visa and customs
To enter Nigeria you need to possess a valid passport, a visa (can be obtained at the Nigerian embassy prior to your travel) and proof of Polio and Yellow-fever vaccinations. Vaccinations for Hepatitis A+B & Meningitis are recommended.
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The baggage allowance enables you to bring two bags for your trip. Your standard travel bag can’t exceed a weight of 23kg. Your hand luggage can’t weigh more than 7kg, so make sure to pack your essentials before packing anything else.
The cost of a flight from Kaduna to Lagos is often dependent on the day you’re traveling. That’s why flights range from around ₦27 000 to ₦61 000, with Sunday flights generally being more expensive.
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Best things to do in Lagos
Lagos is Nigeria’s largest city. It sprawls inland from the Gulf of Guinea across Lagos Lagoon. The financial center of the metropolis is well-known for its beach resorts and nightlife. Further up north, Lagos Island is where the National Museum Lagos is, displaying cultural artifacts and craftworks.