I visited Lekki Conservation Park earlier this year, around the end of the first quarter. Lekki Conservation Park was cool. I kept posting pictures on my Instagram about the park, and I received a lot of questions from people, who were curious about how the place was. My answer was simply; “if you enjoy hiking that should be your go-to place.”

It is a beautiful place, the natural scenery takes your breath away. I found out a lot of photographers visit the park to take AWESOME pictures for pre-wedding shoots and the likes. Also you get to INTERACT with nature there, because you are surrounded by its beauty and refreshing ambiance, also lots of Monkeys were seen jumping around stealing bananas lol… It is rumored that there were snakes and crocodiles around because of the nature of the environment, but I saw NONE, so I can’t confirm the truth in that story.

Click HERE to view the previous post on 5 places to visit in Lagos.

Below is the video I promised in my previous post.

WHAT THEY OFFER:

  • Lekki Conservation Centre has a 401-metre long canopy walkway which is reputed to be the longest canopy walkway in Africa.
  • Tree House
  • Nature Station
  • Bird Hide
  • Swamp Look-out Station
  • Rotunda
  • 96-Seater Gazebos
  • 6 and 8-seater Family Huts
  • Floor Games (Ludo, Snake and Ladder, Draught, Chess and Street Tennis)
  • Koi & Tilapia ponds
  • Beach Volley-ball courts & Spectators’ pavilion
  • Barbecue joints
  • Serene and secure environment

LOCATION:

Lekki Conservation Centre Road, Lekki Penninsula II, Lekki Peninsula

CHARGES:

ADMISSION AND TICKETS:

Adult    1000

Child (1-10 years)                                            ₦200

Child (11-17)                                                      ₦300

CANOPY WALKWAY (FOR AGES 14 – 65 YEARS):

Per head (Excluding entry fee)                   ₦1000

GROUP VISITS:

Not more than 30 individuals’                    ₦25,000

These prices are presently under review, so they might change soon.

For more information, click HERE to visit Nigerian Conservation Foundation site.

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PhotoCredit: Nigerian Conservation Foundation

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Disclaimer:

This is not a sponsored post nor an advert, it is a post based on my experiences.

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