Lekki Conservation Centre (LCC)
The Lekki Conservation Centre, LCC, was established by the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) in 1990. Due to its high richness of species, LCC is one of Africa’s diverse and most prominent urban nature parks. It is situated in the coastal area of Ibeju-Lekki along Lekki-Epe expressway. It sits on a large expanse of Land and ends near the Atlantic Ocean at Okun Ibeju Village in Eti-Osa Local Government Area of Lagos State.
The Conservation Centre which covers an area of 78 hectares was established to serve as conservation site for Nigeria’s southwest coastal mangrove resources, protect wildlife and a centre for procuring information’s for environmental education and public awareness.
Lekki Conservation Center is made up of two sections namely the LCC Complex and the nature reserve. The complex is made up of a spectacular all-purpose Round building, the National Secretariat office and four blocks of offices that contain the staff offices, a canteen, driver’s office and a gift shop.
Opening Hours of Lekki Conservation Centre
Lekki Conservation Centre is open everyday including public holidays from 8:30am to 5:00pm.
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