Oguta lake in Oguta is the second largest lake in Nigeria, attracting a lot of visitors and tourists.? This beautiful lake located iin Imo State, South Eastern Nigeria is Surrounded by a thick forest of oil palm plantations, the lake serves as a source of food and water for the people in the region.
Just like we have for the Gulf of Alaska where two water bodies meet but don't mix, a spectacular spot on the lake is the confluence of the blue water and the muddy Urashi river. This is a point where two distinct colours of water ?meet?. The sight of this magnificent ecological wonder is simply mind-blowing.
As you approach this magical spot on the lake, the water splits into two distinct colours as they flow side by side without mixing.
This spot is far from shore, so tourists need to board a speedboat for a 15-minute ride into the creeks to experience this wonder of creation. As you approach this magical spot on the lake, the water splits into two distinct brown and blue colours as they flow side by side without mixing. The beauty of it is that they are not separated by either natural or man-made barriers. This stunning experience is simply the climax of the Oguta lake experience and no one gets to this spot and comes back the same again. The surrounding people of Oguta, Orsu, Nkwesi and Awo take pride in this lake and draw their water and protein sources from it, so tourists will see lots of canoes and boats on the lakes conveying farmers to and fro. The Oguta Lake Motel and Golf resort, a 3-star hotel, is located within the vicinity for tourists who?ll like to lodge within the area during their visit..
Oguta is a land of mysteries, and the lake is home to variety of species of fishes and water animals. It also boasts of very fertile farmlands.
There's a magic to this place. Like a temptress, it calls you; pulling your heart's strings. Then you're ensnared and addicted before you know it, and heartbroken without it.
Oguta lake has that potential to rake in millions of dollars for the state, and also be the pride of the Eastern heartlands.
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