Hiking is slowly gaining ground in Nigeria and it’s no surprise as it is a hikers paradise with various hills and mountains. Some have been conquered and others are just waiting for the brave ones to put on their gear and hike away. There are many beautiful landscapes and a lot of breath taking views. … Continue reading Hiking in Nigeria | The Ultimate Guide
This should have gone out with our recap post of last week, but I just put them together. Please read the feedback from the trip to the waterfalls. Unfortunately my return guests blatantly refused to fill our feedback forms so these are from our first timers. 🙂 What did you think of the organisation? A … Continue reading Feedback | Time and Money Well Spent
Over the weekend, we had our tour to Erin-Ijesha Waterfalls in Osun State and I’m happy to say it went very well I have written on Erin-Ijesha (click here), so this post is just to show off pictures of what we got up to. Hopefully this makes you jealous and you join us on our … Continue reading Chasing Waterfalls | Erin – Ijesha Recap
This month, on the 18th of June, we will be heading to Osun State to unravel Erin-Ijesha Waterfalls and The Osun Grove. It will be an opportunity to climb the 6 levels that make up the waterfalls and see the works of Suzanne Wenger in the Sacred Forest as well as the Osun River and other … Continue reading Next Stop…
Erin Ijesha water falls was dicovered in the year 1140AD. It has 7 stages and 3 major falls. Legend has it that after the death of Oduduwa, the people of present day Erin-Ijesha migrated from Ile-Ife. This migration was led by a lady called Yeye Aye Akinla who consulted the Ifa Oracle on how it … Continue reading Erin-Ijesha Waterfall’s Myth
It’s Father’s dayyy!!!! You know I have to start out by saying happy father’s day to my daddy (he’s also UN’s daddy too. lol). I know you’re reading this :). Happy father’s day, you’re the best and I love you. So since it’s father’s day, I decided to put up a post on 5 things to … Continue reading Fathers Day Activities
When people talk about waterfalls in Africa, Zambia usually takes the trophy. They just smirk at us and try to oppress us with Victoria Falls. Maybe you’ll hear of Ghana or Madagascar, but everyone just ignores Nigeria. Sometimes they throw in the occasional Erin Ijesha waterfalls as a nod to us. As usual, I’m here to … Continue reading We have Waterfalls in Nigeria too!