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LUFASI Nature Park

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LUFASI Nature Park

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Majek 1st Gate, Km 41, Lekki, Lagos Nigeria
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Folu Oyefeso wrote a review Sep 2020
4 contributions1 helpful vote
It looked like there was no part of Lufasi that hadn't been raked or trimmed and they heavily promote recycling. It is obvious they take care of the surroundings and this carries over to the animals. Comfortable clothes and shoes, some water and a hat are all recommended. Unfortunately they did not have any options to purchase food so you should either eat before you come or bring food with you. Admission tickets cost ₦1,000 ($2.59) for adults and ₦500 ($1.30) for kids, not bad for a priceless experience.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Mrs U wrote a review Feb 2020
Lagos, Nigeria13 contributions2 helpful votes
My family/friends and I visit at least twice a year. We love it from the start (car park) , to the finish (lake Moses) and always stop to read the labeling. Scenic and always clean. If you want a truly serene experience walking through the forest to the lakes or just enjoying the playground , I recommend you visit on weekdays when kids are on holiday. I consider that off peak as there is usually a school or more on a field trip. I love lufasi, well done to the management!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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_abisheart wrote a review Jan 2020
Lagos, Nigeria87 contributions18 helpful votes
Really peaceful and beautiful . Hard to believe it is in lagos. The small lakes are wonderful. The guide was passionate and knowledgeable . We went for a walk around but it would be perfect for a family picnic. There is a petting area and all in all it was well worth the visit. Will definitely be back
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Effiong Samuel wrote a review Dec 2019
Lagos, Nigeria20 contributions1 helpful vote
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I went to the Park today after seeing it in a music video. I was initially disappointed that the official website was not functioning and on arrival, I was told they had no restaurant or shop in the premises and lastly, the POS system was not reliable; but those were the only disappointments. They park offers different levels of interactions with nature. In the noise areas, there are playgrounds for children, a football field, table tennis, etc. As you move further in what I will call semi-noise area, you have animals like monkeys, civets, tortoise, horses, etc and a beautiful sitting area with tables made like mushrooms. The further you go into the forest, the more private it becomes. The Lake Nora may be be very popular, but Lake Moses was the most impressive spot to me and one of the spots that requires quiet, the rewards could be being able to spot fish in the golden-green waters. The forest was easy to navigate without a tour guide, and for just 1000 Naira per person, it was worth it.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Oyetola wrote a review Aug 2019
Lagos, Nigeria308 contributions85 helpful votes
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There are limited animals available at the park but has two beautiful lake. A work in the forest is refreshing while you breathe in the fresh air. The park also have playing area for kids.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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