The circular got a feedback from a friend (Dare) about Erin-Ijesha Waterfalls (also known as Olumirin waterfalls) located in Erin-Ijesha, Osun state, Nigeria. Dare always talks about how he loves nature, am sure that’s definitely a reason he visited the waterfall. Erin- Ijesha waterfalls is a lovely place for nature lovers, it has a serene environment and it is a place with fresh air.
Dare was really keen about how whispering, cold and refreshing the water feels to the body. He included that being there is so fun because he had the opportunity to swim in a fresh body of water for the first time. Though this place got seven plains, he was able to get to the second, third and fourth because the other floors are breathe tasking.
We further went online, and discovered that the waterfall is a tourist attraction located in Oriade local government area, Osun State, Nigeria. The waterfalls was discovered in 1140 AD by one of the daughters of Oduduwa. Olumirin waterfall was discovered by hunters in 1140 AD”. The fall features seven floors, on top of which the village Abake is located.
He explained saying ” the first thing you will notice is the unique location of the town from a distance and it seems the forest where the waterfall is located collided with the cloud, you will witness this especially if you arrive very early. As early as between 7 a.m and 9 a.m” . For anyone reading this, the Erin-Ijesha waterfalls is a must visit.
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