Agbokim Waterfalls is situated some 17 kilometres from Ikom, a local government area (LGA) of Cross River State that’s not far from the Nigeria-Cameroon border.
Agbokim Waterfalls consists of seven streams, each cascading over steep cliff which provides seven-faced falls, is and about 315 kilometers from Calabar.
Agbokim Waterfalls is actually on the Cross River, where it descends in terraces, through the tropical rainforest.
Agbokim Waterfalls green vegetation
The waterfall is surrounded by lush greenery, valleys and steep hills which are enveloped in a rainbow-like aura. Its freshness is captivating and has an alluring serenity.
This is a spectacular falling sheet of water, attractive and impressive tourist spots and a highly recommended place for picnics.
It is the ideal location for a vacation to getting back into nature and regaining your creative productivity and general well being.
When to visit Agbokim Waterfalls
Agbokim Waterfalls is most spectacular during the rainy season when on a lucky day you have a chance to see the rainbow across the face of the waterfall. Its proximity to neighbouring Cameroon offers a unique opportunity for cross-border experience.