I got to go to the Lekki Conservation Centre yaaaay!!! I’m sure you all are like ahan Grace it’s not that serious, but for me it is. I have wanted to go for ages and the one person I really wanted to go with at the time kept
fronting procrastinating and that sucked big time *RME*!
I casually mentioned it to my friend last week and not only did he make it happen, he got his friends to come too (yaaay mini superman). We were about 10 in number I think, and as they say the more the merrier.
We got there about 3:30pm, no thanks to moving in groups but I personally think the timing was just right. The first thing we spotted were the monkeys and a tortoise aged 150years old (I hope I got that right).
My main aim of going to the Lekki Conservation Centre was the canopy walk id been hearing of. It’s said to be at least 6 to 7 storey buildings high and the walk is say 3km. It is the currently the longest canopy walk way in Africa.
I am acrophobic but was super determined to go on the canopy walk, hence the “overcoming fear” in my post title.
Trust me it was scaaaaaary at first (the video below is a testimony lol), but after a little while, I calmed down and started enjoying myself. I’m sure my bestfriend T! Would be mighty proud of me.
Lekki Conservation Centre
I absolutely enjoyed myself but will I be in a hurry to revisit? NOOOOOOO! Not cos I’m scared of the canopy walk, I think I’ve just gotten the excitement out of my system.
Generally, it’s a very nice place to visit and chill. There are hut like spots where you can relax and have a mini picnic. My fav spot was the floor chess game.
Have you been to LCC? What was your experience like?