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The Park covers a large area with green valleys and small jungles. It has some amusement facilities including very few collections of animals. Many trees and small lakes makes this place a quite nature friendly. Weekends are full of activities here. the flower garden at...More
I had heard about Lufasi, I went to see things for myself one nice sunny afternoon. It is a cool nature reserve, with several mammals in enclosures and a few domestic animals (ducks, lizards and donkeys) roaming free.
There were several people enjoying the evening,...More
if you are in Lagos and you love animals, nature...
i beg organize your visit to Lufasi park.
if you have kids you'd love the place so many games and animals for them
if you are a couple and you want to find a romantic...More
The site is clean and well organized. Cages for some of the animals (like the civets) seemed a bit small, but animals looked watered and fed, and cages were clean. Staff on site were obliging and willing to customize my tour. The location is a...More
I really nice and peaceful environment. There is just something about this place. It more or less is like a little village that was dropped in the middle of a busy city. Staff were friendly. We went an hour before closing time on a week...More
This is an awesome park if you want the chance to see something different. Beautifully quiet and undiscovered you get to see everything from exotic spiders, fish, birds to cover cats, giant tortoise, monkeys and two lovely donkeys. A perfect oasis in the hubbub or...More
My first cousin's wedding something early this year and it was just a coool spot for such. I really did not take time to see the animals their as I was in much of a hurry but understand the place is well maintained. I look...More
This park is just a year old as we were told and a really good place to hang out. We were actually amazed that it's a private initiative. Although development is ongoing, there are lots of activities available. Small zoo, lake, a forest area with...More