by Duke Magazine
Erin-Ijesha waterfall

Erin-Ijesha Waterfalls, also known as Olumirin Waterfalls, is a tourist site located in Erin Ijesha, Osun State (Nigeria). Erin-Ijesha waterfalls was first discovered in 1140 AD, and was called Olumirin, which means “another deity,” because it seemed it had the appearance of a mysterious figure. 

The natives of Erin-Ijesha, at the time, believed the waterfalls to be a sacred altar through which their souls can be purified.

And of course, they carried out sacrifices and celebrated festivals on the site of the waterfalls as their belief grew stronger and convincing. 

With an atmospheric temperature ranging 30-34oC coupled with the fact that the location is enclosed within the soothing hands of nature, the breeze at the site of the waterfalls is cool and refreshing.

The whole scenery is fascinating and idyllic.

There is also another fascinating thing about the Erin-Ijesha waterfalls; it is like a collection of seven cascades which pour over a cliff, thus creating an impressive seven-part waterfalls.

The seven parts can best be described as a stunning assemblage of seven unique levels, with each level providing a whole new outlook when compared to the previous level.

Erin-Ijesha waterfalls offers everything the tourist needs to quench his/her hunger: From freedom to beauty; refreshment to peace, happiness to safety… and of course, inspiration to goodness.

Conclusively, it is noteworthy to infer that a visit to Erin-Ijesha waterfall is a visit to embracing sweetness of nature.

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