The Longest canopy Pathway is located within the natural reserve of the Lekki Conservation Centre.
It is said to be the longest in Africa and the second largest in the world at 401 metres long, 61 metres wide and 22.5 metres at its highest point. It offers up picnic table views of the nearby tree house, the bird-hide, fish ponds, woodlands, swamp forest, the new jungle gym and a savannah.
If you are not terribly afraid of heights and in need of some adventure then this is something refreshingly different from the concrete jungle we reside and work in. This walk is not for the faint-hearted at all.
Built by the Lagos State Government through the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, the 401 Meters Canopy Walk and the Family Park, which boasts Koi and Tilapa ponds, jungle gym, outdoor games and so on, are located within the nature reserve of the Lekki axis.
To climb the bridge you have to pay an extra thousand Naira in addition to the thousand naira entry fee. It is an enthralling climb and it is 100% safe. The only time you are not allowed access to the bridge is when it is raining.