|Kemi Filani and Penzaar|
Ding Dong..it's time for our monthly KFB Tour reflection!
For the Newbies, the #KemiFilaniTours is more like a travel journal, where KFB visits tourist /historic/fun centers (locally/internationally) and gives you the gist.
So far, KFB has visited Jos (HERE), the Olumo rock in Abeokuta (HERE), the ultra modern amusement Hi-impact park (HERE), the Agodi Gardens and Zoo in Ibadan (HERE) and now Lagos!
This time around, it was just me, the KFB tour director, Penzaar of Penzaarvilleafrica and our amazing friend, Erad (a graphics designer) that embarked on the trip.
Beautiful KFBer Peju, who won the lucky slot (HERE) was supposed to join the trip but she bailed out on the morning of the D-day due to unavoidable reasons :(
Lekki Conservation Centre (LCC) is one of Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) foremost conservation project site. Located on the renowned Lekki Peninsula, LCC covers a land area of 78 hectare. Administratively, LCC is situated in Eti Osa Local Government Area of Lagos State.
The Lekki conservation centre is a great place to enjoy nature & get away from the hustle and bustle of busy Lagos life.
Nice trees, quiet and peaceful and some animals to be seen.
|One of the Peacocks|
On our arrival, we were greeted by a cute monkey and Peacocks.
We just couldn’t resist but watch in complete amazement. We were however s told by the tour guides not be noisy because the animals will get scared and melt into the woods.
|That is the Monkey on the white object|
|Oh la la!|
|A quick pose at the starting point|
|And a selfie|
|Group selfie with the tour guide|
We finally arrived at Canopy Walkway after trekking for about 10 minutes.
|So we took a quick selfie|
|Not sure i remember what I was doing with my phone, lol|
|Rested for some seconds|
|A quick one|
|Kemi and Erad|
The Lekki Conservation Centre (LCC) canopy walkway, built with metal pillars, is the main attraction to the destination.
The aerial foot bridge is 401 metres long, 0.6 meters wide and 22.5 meters high, thus making it the longest in Africa.
It is not recommended for persons below the age of 14 years. Even for adults, it is very challenging and for those afraid of heights, they should not venture into it while, nursing mother should not back their child to climb.
#Kemifilaniblog I was screaming and speaking in tongues here ...rotlmao....scary but fun #canopywalk but I overcame my dear of heights #TrailBlazer #travelblogger #kemifilanitours #africantourist #lekkiconservationcentre @penzaarville was just shivering :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) @eradunltd was forming boss!
After about 20minutes we finished walking through the walk way and headed to the Savannah grassland. The savannah grassland is so beautiful, it has several huts and can be used for photo shoots, meeting points or for relaxation.
|Some other tourists|
|Adeola joined us later....|
Whoop everyone loves KFB!
It was a scary but fun experience!
Thanks for reading through..join us again for an amazing tour next month and this time we intend having two kfbers join us.
If you will like to be part of our next trip, send us a mail now via firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are totally open to ideas from you to make this #KemiFilaniTours more fun...so please tell it all via the comment section, thankyou. You can also keep up with our updates on instagram, @kemifilaniblog..whoop!
Also if you have got amazing sites/centers you will like us to check out, do tell it us!