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Omo Forest Reserve

Omo Forest Reserve

ABOUT Omo Forest Reserve is a preserved area of tropical rainforest in the Nigerian state of Ogun, in the south-west part of the country. It is located about 135 km (84 mi) northeast of Lagos and 80 km (50 mi) east of Ijebu Ode. This nature reserve covers an area of 130,500 hectares (322,000 acres). The average rainfall is around 2,000 mm (80 in). The terrain is largely flat and well-drained, with some low rolling hills, and forms part of the Omo River watershed. This forest reserve consists of a large area of tropical rainforest covering 130,500 hectares (322,000 acres). In the northern part of the reserve, the vegetation consists of a dry evergreen mixed deciduous forest, while in the south, it consists of a moist, mixed, semi-deciduous forest. Parts of the reserve consist of primary forest with mature trees, especially near the watercourses. However, large portions have been disturbed, with the felling of the original trees and the establishment of plantations. At the centre of the reserve, a plot of 640 hectares (1,600 acres) has been designated a strict nature reserve SERVICES There are no services rendered here as the forest is not properly managed. BEST FEATURES  It has a very beautiful green environment BEST TIME TO VISIT It can be visited at any time of the year WHO CAN VISIT Historians, tourists SAFETY It is not safe at night as there are no security agents around the forest and one needs to be extremely careful

Category : Game reserve

: Sightseeing, See wildlife, Learn, Explore nature

Obasanjo Farm

Obasanjo Farm

ABOUT The Ota farm owned by the former president Olusegun Obasanjo is one of the largest farms in Nigeria boasting of a variety of poultry, livestock and food products.The mission of Obasanjo farms is to view agriculture as a vital and profitable industry as well apply its use to all spheres of life. Agriculture requires the introduction of technology and organization of entrepreneurship. It contributes to the improvement of living standards and should provide for both the current generation and the future generations. Olusegun Obasanjo Farms are located in different parts of the country. They are managed by high-class experts in the agricultural field. Professionals from other economic sectors related to agriculture are also involved in their operations. The production of agricultural goods is carried out on more than 30 thousand hectares of land. More than 5500 workers are employed on the farms. SERVICES Obasanjo Farms fields of activity Obasanjo Farms produce agricultural products and goods such as: Eggs for food Incubator, Chickens of different ages, Cultivation of field crops, Pig breeding, Rearing of poultry for slaughter and breeding, Cattle growing for meat and dairy products, Forage grass Breeding of rabbits, Fish fattening BEST FEATURES They are managed by high-class experts in the agricultural field. Professionals from other economic sectors related to agriculture are also involved in their operations. BEST TIME TO VISIT Monday to Friday from 8am - 5pm and Saturdays by 9am - 2pm WHO CAN VISIT Farmers SAFETY There is no treat of safety in the palace

Category : Open arena

: Sightseeing, Learn, Explore nature