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Anago Osho Adventures took some tourists on a trip to Erin Ijesha waterfalls and everyone on the trip was glad they did. The first thing you will notice is the unique location of the town from a distance and it seems the forest where the...More
It's a lovely place for nature lovers, serene environment and a place with fresh air. The whispering waterfall is cold and refreshing to the body. Fun to be here. Though this place got seven plains, but we were able to get to the second, 'cos...More
We decided to stop by here on the way to Ondo state. The road is just being built and very rough and bumpy but motorable. There was only one signage showing the way to the falls. From the main road, we had to rely on...More
First thing - make sure you have lots of time. To enjoy this place, you shouldn’t be in a hurry. It’s said to have seven levels and I made the first two in about 35mins of climbing and taking pictures. Good form of exercise while...More
Locating the falls maybe a difficult, however hiring a driver with local knowledge of area is an advantage
Entrance fee to the attraction is circa 1.50 USD per adults, free for children below 5
Guides are not needed, politely decline locals offering their services
The Water fall is housed in an environment with magnificent scape; with beauty that greets upon arrival. We were welcomed by drummers. It has seven cascades. In a search for the source of the water in company of other tourists we spent almost an hour...More
The water fall is beautiful. However, like with most tourist sites in Nigeria, this place is screaming for help. Renovations need to be done and more care taken to ensure tourists have maximum fun.
We only got to the second floor though.
My experience at the famous Erin Ijesha Waterfall still lingers in my hearts of hearts. I traveled down in company of friends on a road trip and I wasn't disappointed.
I've never seen or heard of such waterfall anywhere else upon the face of the...More
If you love nature, this is a good experience.
The mountain has 7 steps with water oozing out of all the steps. The water can be quite cold and climbing the mountain can lose some calories as the mountain is quite steep.
About 3-3&1/2 hours from Lagos to Erin Ijesha. Ticket cost is N500 per person. Prepare to tip the guide & people that watch the cars. Parking fee is N200. I recommend water shoes. No knowledge of nearby hotels.