Ogbunike Cave is one of the tourist attraction in Anambra State, specifically located in Ogbunike town in Oyi Local Government Area, the hometown of former Nigerian Senate President, late Chief Chuba Okadigbo.
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This beautiful sight you are seeing is located in Ugwu Ogba in Ogbunike town of Oyi Local Government Area in Anambra State. Because of its beauty and mystery, several movie producers and directors take interest in using the place as one of their locations in movies. If you watched the movie, Idemili, then you have unknowingly viewed the interior parts of this place. According to tradition, once a year a festival called Ime Ogba takes place in the town, where the youths of the town flood into the place, as a
The Ogbunike cave is a system of many caves linked together by small, tunnels and passages. The cave takes its name from Ogbunike, a town in Oyi Local Government Area of Anambra State where it's situated The main cave consists of a massive structure with a big open chamber of about 5m high, 10m wide and 30m long at the entrance. Beyond it's tale of history as a place of refuge, the Ogbunike caves have an important spiritual heritage that dates back many years before the arrival of the white's, to a time w
Nigeria is a country endowed different attractions and tourist centers. But the country needs to do much to promote these natural wonders. Some are often visited by people, while others are still in isolation but still serving their different purpose. Here are the natural wonders in Nigeria 1. Ikogosi Warm Spring This is a unique natural phenomenon where warm water pushes out from the belly of the ground, and flows down a small hill. A little further from where the warm water springs out, there is also a spot
Nigeria is home to not just abundant Human and material resources. The country is also famously endowed with various degrees of tourist attractions and centres. Some of these centres of attraction attracts tourists from both within and outside the country who arrive the country to behold some of these natural beauties. These centres of attraction are not spread across the different parts of the country. From the silicon hill and Ogbunike cave in the east to Ikoogosi Warm Spring Resort in the west and then to
The Ogbunike cave is a system of many caves linked together by small, tunnels and passages. The cave takes its name from Ogbunike, a town in Oyi Local Government Area of Anambra State where it's situated The main cave consists of a massive structure with a big open chamber of about 5m high, 10m wide and 30m long at the entrance. Beyond it's tale of history as a place of refuge, the Ogbunike caves have an important spiritual heritage that dates back many years before the arrival of the white's, to a time when
12 Most Amazing Natural Wonders In Nigeria Nigeria is a beautiful country endowed with many awe- inspiring natural attractions. The eyes of the eye settlers in Nigeria (our fore fathers) have gazed on them, just like our own eyes are now viewing them; and yet, after all these centuries, these natural wonders has not diminished their picturesque splendour in any way. These natural jewels are spread across the length and breadth of Nigeria. Here are the 12 most amazing natural wonders in Nigeria: 1. Ikogosi
Ogbunike cave is one of the biggest cave in Nigeria. It is in a town in Anambra State known as Ogbunike. It is one of the natural wonders of Nigeria. Growing up, I was taught about caves and how the early men built caves for shelter and security. I also heard a lot about caves from watching movies and hoped that someday in my adulthood I would get the opportunity to visit a cave. I was awestruck when I discovered that Nigeria has a number of caves. Though a bit scared but I was determined to discover all of
Ogbunike Cave will always remain a wonder to the mind that beholds it. Nobody can tell precisely how long Ogbunike Caves have been in existence. What is known is that the cave was discovered by a hunter centuries ago. Located in Ogbunike, Anambra state; Ogbunike cave is a collection of caves that have been in use for hundreds of years for the local people living in the vicinity of the cave. To these ones and many others, Ogbunike Caves has a spiritual significance. And as a sign of devotion to the spiritual
Nigeria may be a country bedevilled by underdevelopment, corruption and various social ills but her natural endowments cannot be disputed even though she is not doing enough to tap from the opportunities embedded in this free gift of nature. Below are the 7 wonders of Nigeria : 1. Ikogosi warm and cold water spring: This is a beauty to behold and is located in Ekiti state and is one of the very few you can find anywhere in the world. The warm spring sources its water from a valley while the cold spring sources
Ogbunike Caves(discovered by a hunter called ukwa) are situated in a valley with tropical rain forest behind the "Ogba" hills in which lies St. Monica College, Ogbunike. Descending into the valley where the caves are located is a lengthy walkway made up of about 317 steps said to have been constructed by the Anambra State Government in the mid 90s. At the end of the walkway is an open space used as a reception point where visitors are by tradition to remove their shoes. The main cave consists of a massive s
Actually, Nigeria is a beautiful country endowed with many inspiring natural attractions. According to some reports, here are the 12 most amazing natural wonders in Nigeria. 1. Ikogosi Warm and Cold Springs. The Ikogosi warm and cold springs is located in Ekiti. This natural wonder is actually sited in a valley where the warm spring rises from a valley while the cold spring flows down from another source side by side but separate from the warm spring. 2. Ogbunike Cave. Ogbunike Cave is located in Ogbunike in
Tourism in the country had turned out to be a big deal, something we always look forward to but in as much as we as a country receive many tourists from foreign countries, we hardly visit the tourists centers around us. We hardly appreciate the things and mysteries we have until foreigners tells us how to do that. Ogbunike cave is one of these mysteries some if us disregard and underate. Now let's look at the exciting things about this natural wonder. Ogbunike cave is one of Nigeria’s top tourist destinations