Nature hangout at Lekki Conservation Centre
Do you know that Nigeria is home to the longest canopy walk way (estimated at over 400 meters long) in Africa, and the second longest in the world?! Well, here is my travel story.
In 2013, long after I returned back to Nigeria (yup, I'm also a returnee, LMAO!) I was looking for outdoor thrills that was near my home in Lekki. After a series of research, I discovered the Lekki Conservation Centre (LCC), a Nature reserve, sited on over 70 hectares of land and located opposite Chevron.
I was more than excited on the day I visited the conservation centre that all I wanted to do was sit and stare at nature. Actually, LCC offers more than a chill and the following can be found within the centre:
Animal life (Peacocks, tortoise, birds, monkeys etc)
Some tropical plants
A cone shaped building with animal artefacts
Picnic area with fish ponds
Relaxation area under the trees
Floor games (life size Chess board, Ludo, Snake and ladder
21M high tree house
A canopy walk way with a bird's eye view of the forest