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.
After the verrrry slow ferris wheel ride, we headed to Ngwo Pine forest and Cave.
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.
It felt like going through an obstacle course to get to the Ngwo cave and waterfall but it was worth it at the end.
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.
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
- Small towel
Enjoy these beautiful pictures from Kentucker Photography
I’ll tell you about all the interesting things I ate in Enugu in my next post. Till then, kisses…