ENUGU

I had no plans to spend 4 days at home due to the Eid Mubarak holiday so i decided to explore Enugu with Social Prefect Tours.  We left Lagos at 8:20 am and got to Enugu at 10:30 pm or so. It was a bittersweet experience. Sweet because social prefect always finds a way to keep everyone engaged but it got to a point we just wanted the trip to end.

Anyway immediately we got to the hotel I went t to bed in preparation for the activities lined up for the next day.

It was my first time in Enugu. I was so excited and couldn’t  wait to see what it had to offer. First stop was the mall to have breakfast.

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The Ferris Wheel was in front of the mall.

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After the verrrry slow ferris wheel ride, we headed to Ngwo Pine forest and Cave.

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Milken Hill
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Ngwo Pine Forest

I asked our tour guide Mr John Paul if the pine forest played a significant role in the economy of the state and he said the rubber gotten from the trees is sold but not at a very large-scale. They have problems with deforestation as the villagers cut the trees for fire wood.

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It felt like going through an obstacle course to get to the Ngwo cave and waterfall but it was worth it at the end.

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The Cave

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Drinking water

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Next stop was Ezeagwu waterfall. I don’t know why it is called a waterfall cause I didn’t see a cascade of water falling from a height oh! Nevertheless It was still a beauty to behold and another obstacle course.

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I was so scared it would snap lol

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Look at what God created! Beautiful and Majestic and its free for all.

Psalm 66:5 New International Version
Come and see what God has done, his awesome deeds for mankind!

What To Wear/Take

  • Stretchy leggings/ yoga pants ( my jeans didn’t make it back to Lagos in one piece)
  • Trainers/ Hiking boots
  • Swimwear
  • Small towel

Enjoy these beautiful pictures from Kentucker Photography

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On Milken Hill

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I’ll tell you about all the interesting things I ate in Enugu in my next post. Till then, kisses…

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