Ahwum Cave And Waterfalls

The waterfall is as a result of massive outcrop of granite rock with water cascading over the top forming a stream. The water is said to be curative (have healing power) and capable of dispelling evil forces if and wherever it is sprinkled. Read More

Ngwo Cave and Waterfall

The Ngwo Cave have been naturally sculpted in limestone rocks and is bedecked by an enchanting waterfall dropping down from a small opening at the roof of the cave. Read More

Nike Lake

Nike Lake is located in an area called “Nike” within the Enugu Metropolis. In ancient times, the area was dominated by the Nike people who are often regarded as one of the strongest and most powerful within the area. This, has undoubtedly cast a blanket of reverence on the Nike Lake and made it more popular than other lakes in the region. Read More

Milken Hill

It is popularly known as Milliken hill road, as well as Ngwo-Enugu road, and was constructed during the colonial period by countless laborers drawn from neighboring villages, using pick and axe to cut through thick bush and great stones. Read More

Gwueme Hill Site

UThe Ugwueme and Udi Hills, located in the Enugu North LGA, rise hundreds of meters above sea level. They are a popular mountaineering point and offer a panoramic view of the Enugu metropolis. Read More

Imo River at Mmaku where Imo state was derived

The Imo River (Igbo: Imo Mmiri) is in southeastern Nigeria and flows 240 kilometres (150 mi) into the Atlantic Ocean. The deity, or Alusi of the river is the female Imo Mmiri who communities surrounding the river believe to be the owner of the river. Read More

Obinofia Ndiuno Caves, Ezeagu Area

This 3km of caves dates to about 3000 years Read More