Lekki Conservation Centre is a nice place to escape the business of the city. It is pretty cheap to get in, I think it was only a couple of thousand naira. We were took on a tour with a group of about ten other people....More
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My friends and I spent one Saturday at Lekki conservation center and I was surprised by time passed away. The Capony walk to park is a definite must - no shortcuts. No as high as the one in Ghana but definitely longer
I first visited center with friends and bf in 2003 and the experience was awesome. First time ever I saw peacocks who seemed to enjoy our food more than we did. Growing up in the city it was amazing to find such natural surroundings. The...More
We have been to the conservation centre on a couple of occasions. we enjoy the trek round the conservation on the wooden platform constructed as a walkway on the swamp. Just be sure to take some water along because the trek is long and tiring....More
I love this place it was great. If you love nature and history this is the place for you. The guides will tell you the history of Lagos. They describe how this once swamp land was transformed to LAGOS the economic center for the Giant...More
Went yesterday to have a family picnic and had a nice time. While the management is making some efforts at maintenance, it is striking that some of the recreational structures remain out of order. Yet in Lagos, there is hardly a better place to have...More
Those monkeys! Watch your food or the monkeys will swipe it off you..lol! May I say that the Canopy Walk is not for the faint-hearted. I went on it and I absolutely loved it! Also tickets are relatively cheap.
If you're in need of a little greenery outside of the hustle and bustle of Lagos city, this is it. There are trees and vegetation everywhere! The canopy walkway bridge is the largest in Africa and has great views over the trees. We also saw...More