Kamp Ikare is beach resort that offers home-away-from-home facilities and services that combines the rustic environment around it with a Miami-style lounge area creating the most simple, no fuss environment for your relaxation.
Kamp Ikare is situated on a stretch of Lagos coast near Ikare village and it’s only accessible by boat.
The resort has main communal beach house with 6 duplex cabins positioned around a swimming pool and just meteres from the sea.
If one afternoon is not enough the you can spend the night in one of there fully air-conditioned bungalows.
What better way to wake up than to the sound of the ocean. A day or night at Kamp Ikare is the ideal way to get away without going too far.
Home cooked lunch (and breakfast if staying overnight) is included in the price. But you may have to find your own way there if they get busy.
This is a luxury duplex structure with two separate suites, each themed and designed with its own unique décor; offering privacy and access to ensuite washroom facilities. All Kabins are sea-facing and they can each sleep a maximum of five adults; four in the Klassic Suite and one in the Kouch Suite.
Moroccan style rooms on the Penthouse floor of the KAMP House, serving as an indulgently furnished lounge area to relax and enjoy the coastal breeze during the day. The plush white leather wall panels and and fabric tented ceilings create a luxurious enclosed space where guests can sleep comfortably behind private curtains.
A simple but functional makeshift sleep pod for one person consisting of a single bed made up with linen, a mosquito net covering and fan. The Kots offer basic sleeping accommodation more suited to large groups or corporate retreats that have booked the whole KAMP site for the night. It is a rustic experience that allows guests to enjoy the open beach night air whilst under cover of the KAMP House.
- A large main communal house with 3 levels
- 6 duplex cabins with private beach gardens
- Swimming pool
- Plunge pool
- Large kitchen facility for catering or self-catered
- Available for day and over-night rentals
KAMP can provide you with as much or as little to do as possible. They have many different entertainment and activity options so just let them know what your needs are and they will do their best to make your time with them truly enjoyable.
Meal times are a communal moment at KAMP Ikare. They generally provide all day buffets and BBQ’s as a way of life here. But where you choose to eat is completely up to you and they try to accommodate your preference as much as possible.
KAMP Ikare is full of places to lounge alone and doze the afternoon away, relax somewhere private with a loved one, catch up with friends’ news in a little alcove or solve Nigeria’s problems whilst lounging by the beach side. You decide the best way to relax at KAMP.
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