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the walk in the Conservatory is quiet, walking through the swamp and the trees gives you peace of mind. The canopy walk is interesting and gives you a view on Lekki peninsula. We did the route twice just to calm my brain down after hectic...More
Probably not suitable for children. If you are scared of heights, don't do it. The game area is super awesome. There's is a life size Chess board, Ludo, Snake and ladder and many more games. They also have a fish pond, monkeys, peacocks and tortoise.
This is a beautiful place to visit. One can enjoy the nature here.The elevated walk way made of woodden logs was very nice. The mini monkey and crocks were a sight to watch. It is called nature walk park, with very dense forest trees The...More
This is not a good activity for families with young children. The wooden "trail"/path is not always sturdy. Besides monkeys, you will see one or two tortoises, some fish in murky pools and a few peacocks...That's about it. We were a bit disappointed. However, this...More
The Lekki Conservation centre is well worth the visit. The walkway is well maintained and it was wonderful to see what the whole of Lagos would have looked like before the city was built. The staff are all friendly and helpful. If you can locate...More
The Lekki Conservation Centre is a fantastic tourist spot if you're looking for to kill a few hours in Lagos. It's about 20 mins from Victoria Island (without traffic) and relatively close to the Nike Art Gallery so definitely a convenient location for the tourist...More