#Bucketlist2019: A guide to Ziplining in Nigeria

To experience the exhilirating thrill of adrenaline while zipping through the air, there are a few things you need to know.

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A bucket list is made up of several experiences or achievements that a person hopes to have or accomplish during their lifetime. It literally means a list, written or unwritten, of things you want to do before you kick the proverbial bucket.

For travel and adventure enthusiasts, this bucket list seems to mean access to obscure knowledge, interesting culture, people and great experiences. Common bucket list activities include sky-diving, skiing, skinny deeping, jet skiing, surfing, mountain climbing, bungee jumping and the like. Though some of these activities are not necessarily things you can do in Nigeria, there are lots of bucket list worthy activities and places for travel enthusiasts in Nigeria.

While a lot of people don't know, one of these activities is ziplining. Check out other bucket list activities you can do in Nigeria here.

Where can you zipline?

In Nigeria, there are just two cities where you can actually go ziplining in Nigeria:

Lagos- Lekki Leisure Lake

Lekki Leisure Lake is located at the 2nd roundabout in Lekki, tucked away along the Lekki penisula shoreline. It offers a range of outdoor and leisure activities such as jet skiing, banana floats, quad biking, zip lining, etc.

Abuja- Zuma Rock Golf Resort

The Zuma Rock Golf Resort offers activities such as golfing, golf academy, retreats, boot camps, hiking, excursions, picnics, summer program, training/ development and events.

What do you need to know?

Lekki Leisure Lake is open only on weekends and public holidays and entry requires N1,000 for adults and N500 for children under the age of 10. However, ziplining itself costs N3,000 once you get in.

If you have anxiety when it comes to heights, have a heart condition, or are pregnant, you aren't supposed to zipline.

What to wear?

Because you'll be zipping through the air at fast speeds, all loose clothing, jewelry, hair, is discouraged. Wear tight-fitting clothes, shoes, remove jewelries and tie loose hair.

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