Azumini Blue River

Azumini Blue River

Aptly named 'The Blue River', the Azumini Blue river has a name that is as exotic as it is thrilling. Found on the boundary between Abia state and Akwa Ibom, this river would have you staring deep into the soul of mother nature....and have her wink back.

Category: River
Tags: Explore nature, Play, Relaxation, Sightseeing
Jabi Lake

Jabi Lake

Jabi lake offers an inexpensive way to have fun with the family, enjoy a date or simply get lost in the pages of a book.

Category: River
Tags: Explore nature, Play, Relaxation, Sightseeing
Kaduna River

Kaduna River

Kaduna River is a major tributary located in central Nigeria and is the major source of fishing and also transportation of local produce.

Category: River
Tags: Explore nature, Play, Relaxation, Sightseeing
Katsina Ala river

Katsina Ala river

About Katsina Ala River Katsina Ala River, river in that rises northeast of Bamenda, Camer. It flows 200 miles (320 km) northwest, crossing into eastern Nigeria just north of Gayama and passing the town of Katsina Ala before reaching the Benue river northeast of Abinsi. The river is navigable for 90 miles (145 km) below Katsina Ala. Safety This is a very safe location. Things to Do Sightsee, appreciate nature, boating, play water sports. What to Bring Before heading to the Katsina Ala river, here are some things to go along with; a camera, sun screen. Best Features The ambience of the environment is simply great. Most Common Visitors The most common visitors are researchers, friends, class groups. Weather at Katsina Ala River Katsina Ala River is located at the North-Central region of Nigeria. Thus, it experiences three weather conditions annually. This includes a warm, humid rainy season and a blistering dry season. In between the two, there is a brief interlude of harmattan occasioned by the northeast trade wind, with the main feature of dust haze and dryness. Temperatures can drop to as low as 16 degrees during the harmattan period. 

Category: River
Tags: Meet friends, Relaxation, Sightseeing
Otamiri River

Otamiri River

About Otamiri River The Otamiri River is named after the Otamiri deity which loathes evil. Because the deity abhors evil, it is believed that the river drowns evil perpetrators who come to the land. This is done to cleanse the land of all evil.  This river runs from Egbu where it has it’s major base or Ishi mmiri rather as it is called in the Igbo Language, through to Nekede, Ihiagwa, Eziobodo, Olokwu Umuisi, Mgbirichi, Umuagwo, and finally to Ozuzu in Etche town of Rivers State of Nigeria, where it finally joins the Atlantic Ocean. The Otamiri watershed covers about 10,000 square kilometres (3,900 sq mi) and is mostly covered by rainforest vegetation and is joined by the Nworie River at Nekede in Owerri, a river about 9.2 kilometres (5.7 mi) long. The water is used as a source of drinking water  and other purposes by members of the community, it also serves as a major boundary between the community and it’s surrounding communities such as Obinze. Safety It is a very safe location but visitors are advised not to go too deep into the river. Things to Do While at the Otamiri river, guests can swim, relax and take from the water as the water is very pure. What to Bring Before heading to the Otamiri river, here are some things to go along with; water bottle, camera to capture the moments, swim wear. Best Features The purity of the water is surreal. Popular Events at The Otamiri River Onunu festival and Odu festival are common events that take place at the river. Most Common Visitors The most common visitors here are fun lovers, families, class groups. Why You Should Visit To have a good time with loved ones.

Category: River
Tags: Drink, Meet friends, Play, Relaxation, Sightseeing, Swim
Ado Awaye Suspended Lake

Ado Awaye Suspended Lake

About Ado Awaye Suspended Lake Ever heard of a suspended lake? The Iyake lake is only one of two suspended lakes in the world and the only of such in Africa, the other suspended lake is the 'Hanging Lake' in Colorado. Cool right? The Ado Awaye Lake is found at the top of the Oke Ado mountain. To get to this lake, you have to climb 369 man made steps. The lake is known for its spiritual importance, it is believed that whatever prayer that is done at the lake would be answered, it is also believed that any barren woman who drinks from the lake would immediately get fertile. Also, it is a taboo to swim or bath in the lake as it is believed that whoever does this would find himself in another planet.  Safety This is a very safe location but guests are advised to not swim in the lake. There is a popular folklore about a white man disobeying these orders and disappearing. Things to Do Drink from the lake, camping, hiking, sight seeing are just some of the things to do at the lake. What to Bring Before heading to the Iyake Lake, here are some helpful things to take along with you; hiking boots, picnic set, bottle, food and drinks - there might not be a place for you to get this around, camera to take amazing photos of the landscape and take selfies with. Best Features It has a beautiful breathtaking landscape, the lake is clear and neat, there are other attractions like elephant tree and ishage rock and footprints of the elders. Best Time to Visit Ado Awaye Suspended Lake The best time to visit Ado Awaye Lake is during the day when there are tour guides to take you around and tell you stories of the lake. Most Common Visitors The most common visitors at the lake are villagers, researchers, fun lovers, nature enthusiasts.  Why You Should Visit To get enlightened with the folklore of the lake and have fun. 

Category: River
Tags: Learn, Meet friends, Relaxation, Sightseeing