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  • Excellent29%
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  • Average22%
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“tour guide” (12 reviews)
“sight seeing” (3 reviews)
“aerial view” (2 reviews)
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Off Ijemo road, Abeokuta 110101, Nigeria
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Have you be considering a visit to a tourist centre that isn't like your tush, executive looking resort? Somewhere you can bond with family, few friends, adventurous and careful too? OK, this is one of it. I was unfortunate to plan my trip on a...More

Thank ToluDavies
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Agood place to visit where you can get a first hand information about the genesis how "Abeokuta" came to be and the influence among the neighbouring villages.

Thank dankojee
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Reviewed 2 June 2018

I recommend this natural, and historical attraction to those interested in roots reconnection of Abeokuta and Yorubaland. Anago Osho Adventures use this monument to tell the history of Abeokuta and the many wars that were fought by the people and why many of them were...More

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Reviewed 14 May 2018 via mobile

I had an absolutely great time the day I went to Olumo Rock . We hired a guide at the place, who took us all around and to the very top of the rock. The view from from the top of the rock is breathtaking!...More

1  Thank Funmi O
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Reviewed 11 April 2018 via mobile

The Aerial view from the top is good (if you like seeing rusted corrugated iron sheets). The lift was not working when visited but it was a good exercise. The weather was not exceptionally harsh so made the trip comfortable. Stories should be woven round...More

Thank Ftenny F
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Reviewed 30 March 2018

Olumo rock is one of the major tourist Attractions in Ogun State, Nigeria. I has alot of deep history being its origination, and it is said that no tourist or local has ever fallen form the rock before! which is a very good one! However,...More

1  Thank TheFisayo
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Reviewed 17 March 2018 via mobile

The environment makes you appreciate the wonders of creation. The tour guides are very knowledgeable about the heritage of the site. Very courteous indigenes and the experience is an everlasting one to relish. Highly recommended.

1  Thank BOO259
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Reviewed 5 March 2018 via mobile

So i was at a capacity training in Abeokuta and decided to visit the famous rock. This place is beautiful with a rich history, dating back to slavery and how the egba people got to hide in the rock during the war. You can also...More

Thank Aarinola
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Reviewed 17 January 2018 via mobile

I visited Olumo rock last in 1994 & was pleasantly surprised by what I saw today. It has been modernized with well-defined staircases & even elevators even though they seem not to have been in use for a while. It’s also a great destination for...More

Thank Abipharm
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Reviewed 13 January 2018

As a tour guide, I am not against entry fee upward review but I am constantly being taunted by my numerous clients who point to the dirty and embarrassing state of the site. I am tired of apologizing for the total inefficiency of the management....More

Thank David Omololu A
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yemmyreal
23 February 2018|
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Response from David Omololu A | Reviewed this property |
There is no specific entry fee for schools. They only charge students, adults and foreigners. For students, it is 300 naira with identification card as proof. So my advice is that you contact them and negotiate in terms of... More
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hollaglamorous
3 May 2017|
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Response from youcomeafric | Reviewed this property |
From sagamu express way, drive into sagamu from the iperu sagamu intersection. Inside sagamu, just ask for the elephant cement road, that leads to abeokuta. From there you can drive straight to abeokuta. The entrance fee was... More
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princeBalm
11 May 2016|
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Response from Adegbenro A | Reviewed this property |
Payment is on each of any visitor, but for students there may be a discount depending on their age! Enjoy your trip.
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