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Lekki Conservation Centre

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Address: KM 19, Lekki-Epe Expressway, Lagos 550104, Nigeria
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+234 1 264 2498
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US$60.00*
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Lekki Conservation Centre Private Tour from Lagos
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US$200.00*
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Private Guided Tour of the Lekki Conservation Centre

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Was there with a number of work colleagues for a team bonding session. We spent most of the day there and there was never a dull moment. The canopy walk was the highlight of the... read more

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Was there with a number of work colleagues for a team bonding session. We spent most of the day there and there was never a dull moment. The canopy walk was the highlight of the day form me.

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It was a nice experience being so close to nature. It was a gorgeous and surreal to be in the mist of all of that beauty especially if you are from a city and don't see this often. The canopy is a must if you aren't afraid of heights and don't mind it being a little wobbly.

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London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A great day out for family. Lots of wildlife and got great pics of the monkeys. It would be a good idea I think if they had an optional Lekki conservation bus as part of the admission package to take people from the mainland there, as it is a bit far. This could also be a good earner for the... More 

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Having left Nigeria at a young age, I never got a chance to learn about the natural habitat prior to it becoming a metropolitan city. A visit to the conservation area changed this and although we didn't get to see all the potential animals (due to them not wanting to be seen), there was still enough to keep us engaged.... More 

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Thank LannersLondon
Lagos, Nigeria
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Canopy walk is the main highlight! It's high,fun and scenic.The jungle is fine but no Animals! Toilets are average.A good restaurant is missing.Staff there are friendly.Good to visit at least once.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This was an awesome place to visit. We had a excellent tour guide on the canopy walk and around the grounds. The canopy walk takes about 45 minutes and then the walk to the fish pond. Wear solid shoes, this will aid you in walking across the bridge, plus there's sand at the end. Bring a bottle of water to... More 

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Reviewed 18 March 2017

First,this place that you have to visit when you are in Lagos. Far away from the noisy sound of the city ,the Lekki Conservation Center offers you a moment of relaxation . I spent almost four hours in this place. And its worth the time. The entrance fee is 1000 NGN ,plus of you want to walk over the longest... More 

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Belgrade, Serbia
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Reviewed 16 March 2017 via mobile

I spent almost three hours at this place. And it was worth the time. The entrance fee is 1000 Nairas, plus if you want to walk over the longest canopy bridge in Africa (401m), that is additional 1000 Nairas, which is totally affordable. The weather was nice, not humid at all, there were no mosquitos or other pests. Summa summarum,... More 

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Reviewed 13 March 2017 via mobile

The Lekki Conservation Centre is a massive and expansive acreage of nature, wildlife and greens! Here one can walk and enjoy the freshness of nature as trees and animals intermingle with visitors. A good and well kept facility that any visitor would love and appreciate. It's nature at its best with all its allure! Highly recommended as a good place... More 

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1 Thank Emmanuel N
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Reviewed 6 March 2017

Overall a nice day out. However, upon arrival it seemed a bit disorganised as we did not know if we had to pay or not. Small tour and we followed a guide through the centre. Nice activity if the weather is good. there a few animals walking around on the grounds which added a nice touch. there are some monkeys... More 

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