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Kwara State is opened to transforming the state into a tourism mecca –
and investors are welcome.

The goal of the Kwara State government within this sector is to celebrate the State’s cultural heritage and present viable recreational investment opportunities that are well-placed to support players that characterize the sector.

Current Tourism Landmarks

Flower Garden

As part of infrastructure stock gap closure and investment, Kwara state is desirous of developing its green space, popularly referred to as “Flower Garden”, into a prime recreational destination for residents and visitors to meet social and recreational demands based on proven financial viability.

The Flower Garden is a land asset of 2.8 hectares (ha), approximately 28,000 square meters located on Adeloun Road, G.R.A, Ilorin, Ilorin- West Local Government Area (LGA).

Owu fall

Towering about 120 metres above sea level to the base where it cascades to an ice-cold pool, Owu falls is considered as the highest and most spectacular waterfall in the whole of Sub-Saharan Africa. The fall is surrounded by a stretch of mountains extending to Ekiti and Kogi state.

Central Mosque Ilorin

Dominating the skyline of the ancient city is the Ilorin Central Mosque. The 20,000 capacity mosque which is considered one of the top 5 most beautiful mosques in Nigeria and no doubt, has added to the list of tourists’ attraction centres in the country.

Kwara Hotel

Its location away from the hustle and bustle of urban cities like Lagos and Abuja makes it a perfect abode for relaxation, retreat, vacation, and much more.

This magnificent hotel is situated on a large expanse of land in a serene and quiet environment guaranteeing security, comfort and leisure in the Government Residential Area in the state capital.

Kwara Hotel is just 3 km away from the International Airport and a 1-minute drive from Ilorin Golf Club.K

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