Imo State

Oguta Lake

Oguta Lake is a lean ‘finger lake’ formed by the damming of the lower Njaba River with alluvium. It is the largest natural lake in Imo State, Southeastern Nigeria; within the equatorial rainforest region of Niger Delta.

Crystal Lake Resort

CRYSTAL LAKE TOURS & RESORT is situated in Oguta. Among the various facilities of this property are a terrace and a bar. The property provides a 24-hour front desk.

Lagwa Monkeys

Lagwa Monkeys, which refers to the communities of Lagwa and Umunokwu, is made popular by the monkeys that have lived side by side with the natives for the past 300 years.

Otamiri River

The Otamiri River is one of the main rivers in Imo State, Nigeria. The river takes its name from Ota Miri, a deity who owns all the waters that are called by his name, and who is often the dominating god of Mbari houses.

Freedom Square

Freedom Square project which was flagged off in 2015 by Governor Rochas Okorocha, people of Owerri were delighted and claimed the governor had brought London to Owerri.

Assumpta Cathedral

The Assumpta Cathedral (Owerri Cathedral) Is the name given to a religious building belonging to the Catholic Church which is located in the city of Owerri

Nekede Zoo

The Zoological garden was established in May 10, 1976, following the creation of Imo State out of the former East Central State by Cheif S.C. Onyeaguocha

Ngwu Spring

Ngwu Spring Natural Water: Otherwise known as Iyi Umugara, this natural spring, which is found in Nkwere local government area of the state presents sparkling natural water, pure and crystal-like.