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      Cheap Bus Tickets from Lagos to Owerri Online Booking

      Discover your travel route on web, mobile or app and book cheap bus ticket from Lagos to Owerri online now.

      Do cheap bus from Lagos to Owerri bus tickets online and travel Lagos to Owerri by road. Owerri, which is placed in the heart of Igboland, is Imo state biggest city. For those keen on serenity and relaxation, Owerri is a perfect holiday place. Here is the guide how you can book bus Lagos to Owerri:

      Bus from Lagos to Owerri Bus Tickets, Routes, Schedules & Fares FAQs

      What is the affordable way to get from Lagos to Owerri?

      The affordable way to get from Lagos to Owerri is to bus. Lagos to Owerri bus fare $11 – $21 and takes 7h 10m.

      What is the travel distance of Lagos to Owerri bus?

      The travel distance of bus Lagos to Owerri is 417 km.

      How do I move from Lagos to Owerri without a personal vehicle?

      The top way to get from Lagos to Owerri without a personal vehicle is to bus which takes 7h 10m and costs $11 – $20, bus service operated by Chisco Transport or ABC Transport.

      Fly or bus Lagos to Owerri?

      The top way to get from Lagos to Owerri is to fly which takes 1h 50m and costs $70 – $230. Alternatively, you can bus Lagos to Owerri, cheap bus tickets from Lagos to Owerri $11 – $21 and takes 7h 10m.

      Bus Tickets from Lagos to Owerri Tips

      Oweri is a city that is very proud of its history and culture. Mbari cultural and Art center, where artifacts of lgbo heritage on show, is an open area museum is a sight for sore eyes.

      Owerri Mall, which many affordable retail stores and food courts, is a remarkable location to hang out with friends. There are forty-five outfits occupying the mall outlets. The mall also houses a Shoprite outlet and other consumers shop goods.

      On the other hand, Oguta Lake attracts 1000s of visitors every year.

      The lake is conductive for sightseeing and swimming. Oguta Lake attracts thousands of tourists every year.

      In the colonial age, it used to be a port for the evacuation of palm items and a marine base for the Biafran Navy during civil war.

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