Lekki Conservation Centre wins 2014 TripAdvisor Award


The Lekki Conservation Centre has been awarded 2014 Certificate of Excellence by the World Largest Travel Site, TripAdvisor. The award signifying that the Centre has consistently earned outstanding ratings by guests on TripAdvisor.


TripAdvisoris the world's largest travel site, enabling travelers to plan and have the perfect trip. TripAdvisor offers trusted advice from real travelers and a wide variety of travel choices and planning features with seamless links to booking tools.


In a statement signed by the President, TripAdvisor for Business, Marc Charron, the prestigious award is based on the quality of reviews and opinions the Centre earned on TripAdvisor  over the year. "We hope you'll showcase your certificate to guests and staff with pride", said Charron.   


TripAdvisor branded sites make up the largest travel community in the world, reaching nearly 280 million unique monthly visitors, and more than 170 million reviews and opinions covering more than 4 million accommodations, restaurants and attractions. The sites operate in 45 countries worldwide, including China under daodao.com. TripAdvisor also includes TripAdvisor for Business, a dedicated division that provides the tourism industry access to millions of monthly TripAdvisor visitors.


Lekki Conservation Centre is the only natural resource conservation centre in Lagos. The Centre which is one of the foremost Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) projects in Nigeria was formally opened on May 18, 1990 to preserve biodiversity hotspot in the coastal area of South-West Nigeria.

The Centre is a conservation initiative to protect wildlife found in southwest coastal environment of Nigeria in the face of rapid urban development and deforestation. The centre has continued to attract both local and international interests, serving as an education and resource centre for several groups, majority of which are schools and tourists.


Supported by Chevron Nigeria Limited, the LCC has promoted environmental protection and contained poaching and encroachment activities by surrounding communities. It also serves as a environmental education awareness centre for  students in an urban mega city like Lagos.


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