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Arinta Waterfalls- Gushing Cascades, Five Jolly Lagosians, Easter Break!

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The distance was long, the time was short, but we wouldn’t be daunted by these, including the rugged slopes of Effon Ridge!


Five we were, friends we are and Easter Break 2011 it was. We set out to explore some of the natural wonders of South-West Naija and Osun-Ekiti-Ondo area was our target zone.

Fatigue rocked our knees, yet the beauty before us stood irresistible; a beauty mounted on the shoulders of Arinta Waterfalls- an assemblage of seven glorious plunges of crystal clear waters, naturally moored on the faulted slopes of Effon Ridge- a morphologically-Rugged corner of Ekiti State, Nigeria.

As we bathed beneath the first cascade, its chilly showers massaged our sweaty skins, bringing indescribable relief from the long journey to its location.

An aroma of freshness permeated the pristine canopies of the ridge top forests. It is the aroma of life, the aroma of green, the aroma of chlorophyll.

With outfits of bare chest and boxers, we washed and bathed like new born babies below the limpid downpour of the falls.

At some time, the deluge seemed to increase. Efe couldn’t endure the slapping force of the showers; he suddenly screamed and ran out from the plunge pool. We started laughing at him.

“Chicken, chicken….. old man like you dey fear water… water wey noh get enemy”. Amako jested.

Efe reluctantly ignored the jests and gladly reposed in the rivulet formed below the falls as he lazily plays with beautifully polished quartzite pebbles at the stream bed.

Like spell-bound men, we were held captive by the fascinating ambience at Arinta Waterfalls. We couldn’t find the energy to leave as the fun subdued every other form of motivation.

We finally braced up and took our leave when the firmaments announced the setting of the sun.

The sights and sounds of Arinta Falls will forever remain an open window in our hearts- a window into a world of unfathomable fun and excitement, the type which can only be offered by the gracious hands of nature.

(The full names and pictures of the travelers are withheld for privacy reasons).

Directions to Arinta Waterfalls:
» Igbara-Oke » Ikogosi Ekiti » Ipole-Oloro Ekiti

» Ibadan » Ilesha » Igara-Oke » Ikogosi Ekiti » Ipole-Oloro Ekiti

» Lokoja » Kabba » Omuo-Ekiti » Ado-Ekiti » Effon-Alaaye » Ipole-Iloro Ekiti


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This article was written by Folarin Kolawole

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6 comments:' Jaycee (E.A)July 19, 2011 at 1:41 pmReply

Beautiful experience. Lol @ Efe.

NaijatreksJuly 20, 2011 at 1:01 pmReply

@ Jaycee…yeah lol @ Efe… thanks for dropping by. You’re doing a great job at Lightherlamp. Keep it up.' Adeleye AdeseJuly 19, 2011 at 4:46 pmReply

Thanks Naijatreks for sharing this…quite interesting to know some of we lagosians can create time to go exploring natural locations outside lagos.' KingsleyAugust 2, 2011 at 3:51 amReply

Most people don’t know about this Arinta Falls…thanks for telling us about it Naijatreks…keep it up' ShadmanJanuary 22, 2013 at 2:14 pmReply

It would have been nice if you added some words as to how to get to the falls from near by major cities…

NaijatreksJanuary 24, 2013 at 10:28 amReply

@Shadman..thanks alot for the note…the direction to Arinta waterfalls has now been included in the post.