Bus Tickets from Abuja to Lagos


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Book cheap bus tickets from Abuja to Lagos, Nigeria online and save time and money. If you are in Nigeria and have never visited Lagos, then you are missing a special place. The former capital of Nigeria and the country's strongest economy has a whole lot of visitors attractions. You will be spoilt with the tonnes of recreational locations in Lagos like resorts, beaches, art centers, museums, malls, markets, and festivals you get to enjoy. There is a big range of historical and cultural landmarks as well. If you are a sports lover, Lagos also has something for you either, tennis, horse riding, or golf. The Lagos city is a visitor attraction for every person, whether you are here alone, with family or friends. Here is the guide on how you can take a bus from Abuja to Lagos, Nigeria:

Bus from Abuja to Lagos, Nigeria FAQs 

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

The affordable way to get from Abuja to Lagos by bus and shuttle which costs $26 - $30 and takes 8h 20m.

What is the travel distance of Abuja to Lagos by bus?

The travel distance of Abuja and Lagos is 536 km. The Abuja to Lagos bus is 785.5km.

How do I move from Abuja to Lagos with a personal vehicle?

The top way to get from Abuja to Lagos without a personal vehicle is to bus which takes 8h 50m and costs $15 - $30.

Fly or bus from Abuja to Lagos?

The excellent way to get from Abuja to Lagos is to fly which takes 2h 50m and costs $60 - $80. Alternatively, you can bus Abuja to Lagos, cheap bus tickets from Abuja to Lagos, Nigeria $15 - $30 and takes 8h 50m.

Can I drive by myself or bus Abuja to Lagos?

Yes, the driving distance between Lagos and Abuja is 784. It takes about 9h 50m to drive or you can bus Abuja to Lagos.

Cheap Bus Tickets from Abuja to Lagos Tips

Lagos has a tropical dry and wet climate with 2 distinct rainy seasons: the more intense season happens between April and July, with a milder one from October to November. At the peak of the rainy season, the Lagos weather is wet about half the time. Lagos experience a dry season during September and August, as well as between December and February, go together with Harmattan winds from the Sahara Desert, which are at their great pace from December to early February.

The best time to visit Lagos is during the cooler dry season, months of August and September.