Owu falls is the highest and one of the most spectacular natural
waterfalls in West Africa, and is located in Ifelodun Local government
area of Kwara State.
The waterfall stand as a majestic natural
wonder nestled in the beautiful atural surroundings of Owa-Kajola, but
can only be appreciated and promoted by exploring. The water curtain is
120m above stream level and cascades 330 feet down an escarpment with
rocky outcrops to a pool of ice cold water below.
falls is surrounded with a beautiful natural ambience and hills which
makes sightseeing a memorable experience. The waterfall is characterized
with fall of ice cold water, beautiful rocky part and walk ways, and
This beautiful vista offering surrounding
is composed of stretch of mountains extending to Ekiti and Kogi States,
which makes for an attractive environment to visitors and offers them
opportunity to engage in the sighting of other creatures such as like
birds, monkeys and reptiles. The natural flora and fauna have turned the
falls into a nature seekers delight.