The 7 Great wonders In Nigeria (2020)


we all know about the seven wonders of the world which include; The Great Wall, China
The Taj Mahal in India, Petra in Jordan,  The Colosseum in Italy,  Christ the Redeemer in Brazil,  Chichén Itzá In Mexico, Machu Picchu, in Peru. 
but here in this post we will be discussing on the seven wonders across various states in Nigeria. 7 Wonders in Nigeria (Natural)


7. The Ikogosi Warm and Cold Spring 

The Ikogosi Warm Springs is a vacation spot situated at Ikogosi, a town in Ekiti State, southwestern Nigeria. Streaming side by side the warm spring is another virus spring which meets the warm spring at a conjunction, each keeping up its warm properties.These characteristics make the spring a vacation spot in Nigeria. Research recommended that the warm spring has a temperature of about 70oC at the source and 37oC at the conjunction. 


6. The Ogbunike Cave

The Ogbunike Caves are in Ogbunike, Anambra State, southeastern Nigeria. Situated in a valley covered by tropical downpour backwoods, the assortment of caverns has been being used over hundreds of years by neighborhood individuals for whom it has specific otherworldly hugeness. This profound essentialness is as yet evident, as the "Ime Ogba" festivity is attempted each year to celebrate the disclosure of the caves.Descending between the warm water that runs from the caverns and the chilly temperature of the Nkisa River that streams into it. 


5. The Mambilla Plateau

The Mambilla Plateau is a level in the Taraba State of Nigeria. The level is Nigeria's northern continuation of the Bamenda Highlands of Cameroon. 

The Mambilla Plateau gauges around 96 km (60 mi) along its bended length; it is 40 km (25 mi) wide and is limited by a slope that is around 900 m (2,953 ft) high in some places.[4] The level covers a territory of more than 9,389 square kilometers (3,625 sq mi).[5] Gang ('Chappal Waddi') Mountain is found at the northeastern flank of the Plateau 



4. The Owu Falls (wonder in the wilderness)

Owu Waterfall is a cascade situated in Isin Local Government Area of Kwara. It's the most elevated cascade in West Africa estimating 120m over the water level and falls 330 feet down a ledge, with rough out yields to a pool of super cold water underneath. 

Gossip has it that you need to climb for 20km to get to the falls. You experience a town and the wilderness before you're compensated for your difficult work. Presently there was no chance we were going to climb for 20km to see Oowu falls and after broad research we discovered it wasn't fundamental. Individuals climb 20km as it is accepted that the way to the cascades isn't motorable. Its majority is really motorable till the 4km imprint. 


3. The Farin Ruwa Falls 
Farin Ruwa Falls is a cascade found in the focal district of Nigeria. It is among the most elevated cascades in Nigeria. It is huge among Africa's falls when the absolute tallness secured by the cascade is considered. 


The wellspring of Farin Ruwa falls is found on the Nasarawa State, from whence it spouts down over the edge of the Nasarawa. During its plunge from the Jos Plateau, the water drops a complete tallness of around 150 meters (492 ft). This drop is higher contrasted with the more well known Victoria Falls, which drops a stature of around 108 meters (354 ft) during its descent

2. Idanre Hills

Idanre slopes with the most elevated pinnacle came to by 600 and sixty seven (667) steps stay one of the miracles of nature and a superb visitor goal. Assessed to be more than 800 years, they are situated in the antiquated town of Idanre, Ondo State, South West, Nigeria. It is seen as fifteen kilometers (15km) South West of Akure, the State Capital. The old town is on the slope top while the new settlement is at the base of the slopes. Idanre slopes, in the past offered assurance against trespassers and are conciliated annually.The Idanre slopes are steep-sided, smooth and arch formed in nature. The slopes, named after some authentic figures in the socio-social development of Idanre land, structure a motivating sight. Models are the Olofin and the Orosun slopes named after the pioneer Oba (ruler) of Oke Idanre and his Olori (sovereign) separately. The slopes are encompassed by evergreen undulating scene 


1. The Okomu Wildlife Sanctuary.

The recreation center holds a little piece of the rich timberland that once secured the locale, and is the last environment for some jeopardized species. the recreation center is situated in Ovia South LGA, the recreation center which lies about 50km west of Benin City, Okomu National Park, once in the past the Okomu Wildlife Sanctuary, is a woods obstruct inside the 1,082 km² Okomu Forest Reserve. 


The recreation center holds a remainder of the Nigerian marsh backwoods that once framed a nonstop 50–100 km wide belt from the Niger River west to the Dahomey Gap in Benin.



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