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Libragold Discovery: Owu WaterFalls

This heaven on earth is located in Owu Isin Local Government of Kwara State. The existence of Owu falls is untraceable, but the fall has been described as the highest and most spectacular natural waterfalls in West Africa. The waterfall cascades 330 feet down an escarpment with rocky outcrops to a pool of ice-cold water below which gives a beautiful landscape and offers visitors a refreshing atmosphere.

Owu Falls is always at its best during the rainy season which spans 200 meters across making it a wonderful vacation spot. In Owu Falls, you experience a fine mix of awesome attractions and access to top quality accommodation as it offers a range of quality assessed accommodation with good quality restaurants. Its perfect location and memorable vacation experience make it the perfect destination to host your next vacation. 

A fun-filled and unforgettable vacation experience awaits you. Owu Falls is the highest and most spectacular natural waterfall in West Africa. The waterfall stands as one of the symbols of nature that exists is untraceable, but can only be appreciated and promoted by exploring.

The waterfall is 120m above water level and cascades 330 feet down an escarpment with rocky outcrops to a pool of ice-cold water below. The waterfalls are surrounded by a beautiful natural ambience and hills which makes sightseeing a memorable experience. The waterfall is characterized by the fall of ice-cold water, beautiful rocky part and walkways, and evergreen surrounding.

The Owu Waterfall in Kwara State is sometimes referred to as a “wonder in the wilderness.” It is one of the highest and fascinating waterfalls to watch in West Africa, cascading from a height of about 120 metres to a pool of foaming water below. Visitors will enjoy swimming in the pool or just watching others enjoy themselves while taking part in a picnic. It is also possible to check out Owe Kajita waterfall, the Ahoyaya falls in Jebba, and the Ubo Aiyegun Lakes. 

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