This has got a very nice canopy walk from which you can sight lots of animals and birds. If you have fear for heights think twice about the canopy walk because it is pretty long and high.
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We visited as a large family unit with young children and teens. The monkeys were both a major attraction and the source of lots of screaming specially when you carry a plastic bag with you! They can smell food from a mile off as my...More
We had so much fun there. walking on the wood path towards the hanging bridge. Was not expecting it to be as big as it was and it was a lovely surprise. Overcame my fear of hights and enjoyed an amazing view. Bumped in to...More
My family went to this place based on other reviews and we were so glad we did. We did the canopy walk, which was fantastic. One poor soul discovered he was afraid of heights, so he wasn't able to complete the canopy walk, but my...More
Lekki Conservation Centre is an environment of some animals in their natural habitat. There are monkeys, crocodiles, giant tortoise, antelopes, fish and snakes etc. You have the canopy walkway which is the longest in Africa, walking on it for about 25 minutes was mind blowing,...More
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