La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort Steps Up Services With New Facilities.
Again, the management of La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort has gifted the world with innovative beach facilities.
These include the first ever locally made floating bed known as Simi Rimi (rest on water) in local parlance, transparent Kayak and wooden floating jetty.
For the African village themed resort at Iketun, Ibeju-Lekki, Lagos, there is no end to its detailed creativity, as the owner of resort, Chief Wanle Akinboboye has continued to treat guests to amazing facilities of world class standard.
Akinboboye and his creative team have innovatively used local materials to build functional items that serve different purposes that gives the alluring and fascinating ambience a taste of class.
These new creations are nothing short of the enduring tradition of the resort, which has carved a niche for it in terms of hospitality for over three decades.
This uniqueness, which is a devoted to promotion of Africa culture and heritage through a colourful mix of motifs, has indeed been acknowledged across the divide scores of awards and recognitions yo its credit.
Simi Rimi is a beauty to behold and experience as it is aesthetically adorned with fascinating colours.
It is a floating bed on the lagoon that is creatively put together (with the use of waste materials) and all covered with an opening, thereby ensuring privacy for the occupant (s). One of the most exciting features of this new creation is the fact that it allows you to savour the bliss of nature unhindered.
It also allows for temporary relaxation on water while some of the other activities you could carry out include reading, holding private section and romantic moment.
It is also a fully serviced floating bed, with all necessities and supplies provided, with a butler at your call and a talking drum to attract the attention of the butler when the need arises.
Your security is guaranteed at every point as every flooring bed has a safety boat with a life guard watching over you.
The second creation is a floating jetty that is made from used rubber jerrycans, another first to behold in Nigeria. The serviceable jetty is a reflection of creating wealth from waste as all materials are locally sorted.
Another trendy feature is the transparent kayaks, which is also known as Ocean OC2. This signals a new dawn for lovers of water sports.
Some of the features Ocean OC2 include stabilisers, which provides stability thus making it impossible to overturn (capsize); safety kits, making it secured and idea for use by children; it also has Inflatable fixtures and practical bag, hence it is handy. For intensive use (rentals) transparent PV protective films can be used to protect its hull; The hull can be customized; and Is comfortable and highly resistant to the elements.
A part from deploying it to service guests at the resort, it is also on sales to people and organisations for private use outside the resort.
Other recent creations at the resort are the Mud House, Amoosan (mud is good) a chalet built of mud material with an indoor swimming pool, Omi Gaari Ijebu, a refreshing food drink exported from the traditional culture, which has gone extinct; and a 240 metres swimming pool.
The swimming pool which took about 10 days to create, has six service inbuilt bars with each dedicated to different offerings; one for adults and the other for children.
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|Publication:||Nigerian Tribune (Oyo State, Nigeria)|
|Date:||Jun 28, 2019|
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