Lekki Conservation Centre was agog with the special Easter Carnival Weekend to mark the Easter holiday. The 4-day program kicked off on Good Friday, April 14, 2017, with lots of fun and interesting activities for the family.
Established in 1990 by an NGO, the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF), Lekki Conservation Centre has grown into one of Africa’s most diverse urban nature parks. Located along the Lekki-Epe expressway and covering approximately 78 hectares land area stretching from Km19 towards Okun-Ibeju village, LCC is the only vibrant protected area and one of the few reputable tourists’ destinations in Lagos.
The Easter Carnival Weekend attracted various people who found the facility perfect for their holidays. Families came with their children, creating a picnic atmosphere; while young adults came with their friends to unwind. A couple of foreigners also were around to explore.
The most popular attraction was the Canopy Walk reputed to be the longest in Africa. It gave a thrill to so many who got on it, although many were very much scared and weren’t sure they will try it a second time. The tree house was another popular attraction as people queued to climb up to get to the summit.
The Easter Carnival Weekend came to an end on Easter Monday late in the afternoon as the sun began to go down.
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