Experience the beauty of Kwara State, a largely agriculture-based terrain in Nigeria featuring large plantations of coffee, cotton, groundnut, cocoa, oil palm, and kola nut crops, livestock herding and ranching of cattle, goats, and sheep.

Hit the ▶ button below to watch a quick roundup of a tourist’s 7-day experience in Kwara, courtesy of the impeccable Nigerian filmmaker — Niyi Fagbemi:

Important tourist attractions in Kwara state include Owu Waterfalls — which is one of the highest and most spectacular waterfalls in West Africa, Esie Museum, Imoleboja Rock Shelter, Ogunjokoro, Ero Omola waterfall, Sobi Hill — which is the largest landform in the state capital — Ilorin, and Agbonna Hill—Awon Mass Wedding in Shao.

Credit: @theniyifagbemi