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Lekki Conservation Centre

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Lekki Conservation Centre

543 Reviews
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Historic Day Tour of Badagry Town from Lagos
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Historic Day Tour of Badagry Town from Lagos

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Depart Lagos on a historic day tour of Badagry, a coastal town that was one of West Africa's first slave ports. Visit the Badagry slave market site and the Point of No Return, where captured Africans left for the Americas to meet their fate. See an early missionaries cemetery and explore the Slave Trade Relics Museum, telling the slave trade story through artifacts like ceramic bowls once exchanged for lives. Badagry is also home to the Baracoon, cells where slaves stayed shackled with neck chains and mouth locks for months.
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Kemi O wrote a review Dec 2020
Lagos, Nigeria220 contributions35 helpful votes
Due to the covid-19 restrictions, you can't walk in anymore. Everyone has to book online (even while waiting at the gate) and wait for confirmation before they let you in. The walks happen in batches so if you're lucky you might not wait too long before you start. It cost 3k per adult and 1,500 per kid (+ canopy walk). You can't take food or drinks on the walk so eat and drink well ahead or prepare to buy things there. You need at least an hour to go through the complete walk+tree house (if there's no crowd) The canopy walk was a little scary because of the sneaky noises and excessive movement of walkways. I only saw monkeys throughout so I'm not sure what other animals they have in 'nature' P.S. don't forget to wear comfortable shoes
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Date of experience: December 2020
John wrote a review Nov 2020
5 contributions4 helpful votes
It's quite nice and good to see the kinds of wild animals they keep in the zoo in Nigeria the animals
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Date of experience: January 2020
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dab wrote a review Oct 2020
Lagos, Nigeria4 contributions2 helpful votes
This is a perfect place to go . When you feel like having fun in a natural environment. I hope you get to enjoy the benefits of this place .
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Chinenyenwa wrote a review May 2020
4 contributions2 helpful votes
It was worth the try, You’ll definitely get scared at some point because it starts to wobble and the height is incredible but the adrenaline rush is so worth it!!! I must warn you, wear comfortable clothings, you’ll need both hands free for the canopy walk so come with a sling bag or a waist bag to put your personal belongings because holding them and doing the walk could be very inconveniencing. The family park needs a little renovation though, the chess pieces are missing, there are no crocodiles as advertised, Also, I didn’t get to see the turtle I was really looking forward to seeing
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Adetayo wrote a review May 2020
Lagos, Nigeria10 contributions9 helpful votes
A good and wonderful place, I hope you experience it someday and trust you will enjoy it to the fullest
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Date of experience: May 2020