Attractions In Ijebu Land

Sungbo's Eredo

Sungbo's Eredo (Nigeria’s Hidden Wonder), situated off the main road in rain forest, south-western Nigeria, has been claimed to be Africa’s largest single ancient monument. Sungbo Eredo is one of the biggest monuments in sub-Saharan Africa. It’s a 100-mile-long wall and moat whose construction is believed to have began a millennium ago.

Ojude Oba

The most popular attraction in Ilebu Ode, with more than 250,000 people attending this colourful and exciting festival each year. Ojude-Obe is held on the third day after Eid al-Kabir. The people of Ijebu-Ode are culturally rich and celebrate the Ojude-Oba festival on the third day of Eid-el-Kabir, displaying colourful arrays of historic and cultural tradition.

Attractions in Ogun State

Olumo Rock

Olumo Rock is one of the popular tourist attractions in Nigeria. It is believed that the citizens of Egbaland, a community in Abeokuta, took their cover under this rock during the civil war that took place in the 19th century. Olumo Rock lies in the center of the ancient city of Abeokuta. The name Olumo means “troubles and sufferings are all over”.

Ojude Oba

The most popular attraction in Ilebu Ode, with more than 250,000 people attending this colourful and exciting festival each year. Ojude-Obe is held on the third day after Eid al-Kabir. The people of Ijebu-Ode are culturally rich and celebrate the Ojude-Oba festival on the third day of Eid-el-Kabir, displaying colourful arrays of historic and cultural tradition.