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Lekki Conservation Centre

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Address: KM 19, Lekki-Epe Expressway, Lagos 550104, Nigeria
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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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It had a good feel, large space for long walks especially the longest canopy walk in Africa which was actually fun. Management could do with fixing signs that could help moving... read more

Reviewed 28 October 2016
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Reviewed 28 October 2016 via mobile

It had a good feel, large space for long walks especially the longest canopy walk in Africa which was actually fun. Management could do with fixing signs that could help moving around easier.

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Lagos, Nigeria
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Reviewed 26 October 2016 via mobile

If you're looking to see animals in their natural habitat, without the restrictions of zoo cages, this is the place. From seeing the huge tortoises and the peacocks as soon as you drive in, to the ubiquitous monkeys jumping around- it was wonderland for the children. A major drawback was our inability to see all of the animals due to... More 

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Abuja, Nigeria
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Reviewed 25 October 2016

This really is a great venue, and suitable for families although there is an age limit on the canopy walkway.The high canopy walkway is just fantastic at 22m high, with visiting non-angry monkeys, and great views, the tour guides are great and non-pushy and informative. a must visit site

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Kremenchuk, Ukraine
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Reviewed 22 October 2016

If you tired of the city noise - it's the proper place to escape! Long walk through the jungle will refresh your mind and will give you a new emotion. If you are brave enough - you should try the longest in Africa canopy walk - walking on the top of the trees with nice view on the park. Bring... More 

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New York City, New York
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Reviewed 19 October 2016

Lekki Conservation Centre is a real surprise. Thick forest literally in between Lekki and Ajah, two bustling areas of Lagos. When you step in , the silence is what hits you and also how green it is. My eyes and ears actually felt and heard the silence for the first time since i moved here. The canopy walk is amazing.... More 

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Accra
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Reviewed 18 October 2016

Mom and I are nature lovers so we went to the Conservation Centre on a lazy Sunday to get away from the city. After waiting 30/40 minutes for our tour to start, it was a group of about 18 people including children. The tour guide OMG, totally inept! No briefing before the walk, then he took off with a couple... More 

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Lagos, Nigeria
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Reviewed 18 October 2016

I was here many times and saw the same not so interesting forest/swamp like other countries have, but the canopy walk is something exciting. not so long, but enough to excite you to the max. Lots of monkeys, old turtles, 1 crocodile and some birds. They have the savannah, where you can go picnic for the day and they have... More 

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Caracas, Venezuela
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Reviewed 12 October 2016

When surrounded by buildings, you need a spot where all you can see is green. Lekki Conservation Centre is the place to go to realize there is still a sanctuary in this busy place. Enjoy the acrobatic monkeys, take a picnic, and relax. Just don't eat anything near the office area where the monkeys are aggressive. The ones on the... More 

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Reviewed 5 October 2016 via mobile

A place to visit to escape all the hustle and bossle of lagos city located along epe-lekki expressway, entrance fee is 1000 naira plus another 1000 if you want to walk along the longest canopy in Africa

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Reviewed 5 October 2016

Visited this place on a public holiday with my family. It wasn't crowded, so peaceful and really green! We got to see a very big, very old tortoise walking around. My kids were very excited to see that one. Then we came face to face with monkeys, some were just sitting and staring at us while walking along the loooong... More 

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