|2010||Requested by State Party to not be examined at WHC session|
|2010||Incomplete - not examined|
|2007||Tentative list||Submitted as tentative site by State Party|Martin K. Conrads (Germany):
Was there yesterday and enjoyed most of the wonders on one day: Wonderful, marvelous, stunning, elating fragile and VERY STRONG, makes you humble and free. Must go again soon and longer. Wish that WHS protection and support will soon be granted.Incredible BLACK stone hills and (un)readable letters. Many fantastic "stonwe-faces"
Fair prices,take water and good shoes -of cause- with you.
Date posted: January 2013 Tabithazenzly (NIGERIA):
Idanre hills.... What a wonderful work of nature! Though getting to its top is so strenous., but its memories is what you'ld love to live with for the rest of your life..... Really wish there could be a lift to take one up cos its gona give so many people the courage to go there.... Would love to have a revisit if I have the opportunity to.., cos it's really a place worth sighting.!!!
Date posted: October 2012 Adio Oluwatosin Modupe (Nigeria):
Idanre hill is one of the great wonder of nature, educative attractive, energy exusting but intresting to be there. Cites on the hill are wonderful, to talk of the apaara and arun river, the unreadable letteres, owa's palace the old courth to mention few. Idanre hill is just tip of the wonders of nature, likewise the erinjesa water fall, and the ikogosi shrine. Wow, its intresting and educative to go for tourism. Adio Oluwatosin Modupe ATM
Date posted: July 2012 fisayomi Akomolafe (Nigeria):
my experience at idanre hill is one i will not forget for a long period of time. since it happened to be a school excursion i had on other option than 2 climb to the top. it took me a long time to climb. and when i came back down my legs were shaking. but i will love to go when i have another chance to do so. although stressful but i loved everything i saw.
Date posted: March 2012 Barr yvonne isiuwa (Nigeria):
Idanre hills is one spectacular place i and my lovely kids visited,what amazed me was how my 2yrs old daughter climed up d great steps,wen i was panting all thru,truly unique sights.
Date posted: January 2012 Idowu Akinrinlola (Nigeria):
Idanre Hill is a historical hill in Nigeria. When you are approaching the hill you will see some stones petch as if it will fall off the mail hill but from history it has been like that for years. Anytime i go to the city i imagine the wonders God has done and it marvels me a lot.
I was born in Idanre though i did not attend any of my education in there but i am always excited going home for holidays and my main interest when travelling is to visit Idanre Hill. It is one of the exciting tourist center in Nigeria
Date posted: November 2011 Dr Oyinlola O. (Nigeria):
Wonder when when we will wake up to our responsibilities in this nation, I can't imagine wonderful sites as this hill and other close sites as Erinjesha fall & Ikogosi warm spring given very little attention when it could be turned into a gold mine for the country and boost her economy and image before others. May God help us to recognize opportunities & utilize them appropriately.
Date posted: June 2011 kayode mayokun samson (nigeria):
oke idanre is a fantastic,,tourist center which is very ok to catch funs,,there are wonders of God there,is a place where you discover that GOD is wonderful ,,i am from idanre am very sure of what am saying,,but what we need there is that our government should invite,investors from abroad to come to help the development of this wonderful center,,,which wil help the country,,and its citizens,,, am very proud to come from this acient city,,,
Date posted: May 2011 Babafemi Akintade (Lagos, Nigeria):
It was a fascinating experience on the hill-top. Sometimes you wonder how life was at the hill-top about 80 decades ago before the settlers descended to the present Odode-Idanre. It's usually an experience I won't forget in a hurry each time I visit. I wish there's a functioning hotel at the hill-top though. Would that be a bad idea? I don't think so.
The Idanre Hills undoubtedly deserves to be listed as a world heritage site.
Date posted: May 2011 Adeola Adeola Racheal (Nigeria):
it's a nice place to be. I'll be so happy if a lift could be erected for easy climbing. u need to be there to catch all the fun. But the climbing was not easy. I got to know more about the traditions of those days. Be there.
Date posted: March 2011 Aguda Moses (Nigeria):
As a corp member who served in ondo state of Nigeria. My visit to idanre hill is an unforget event. I leant more about the people of idanres' culture. Infact, it is an entertaining,enlightening and educative place to visit... Cheers.
Date posted: March 2011 Enesi (Nigeria):
It is true that Nigeria's attraction is the best secret kept. A field trip to idanre hill was quite interesting and at the same time unbelieving that such a place exist in this part of the world. This shows how tourism sector has been neglected and how resources has been wasted. A visit wil make you understand what i mean....
National Open University of Nigeria Student.
Date posted: January 2011 Gbedenola Gabriel (Nigeria):
Idanre hill is a very great place to be. all the ancient materials there keeps wondering me. The Culture (orosun) which is a very fantastic and interesting culture is a unique culture have ever known. Great Makanre
Date posted: January 2011 Nzeh Chidi (Nigeria):
My Name is Chidi Nzeh, a tourism student of National Open University of Nigeria, Akoka lagos study centre. I visited idanre hills and was full of myself and my country Nigeria.though i was in a sober mood, reflecting how our world class natural endoement are being wasted. no wonder the tourism professionals said that " Tourism in Nigeria is still at it's infancy stage" We went on a field trip, students were excited seing the miracie of nature and the exhibition of God's power of creativity, but to me i was wondering why the destination were uncared for. You may not get what i am talking about. the hills may excite you but the environ matters a lot. God has done his by blessing us with the hills he can not come to beauty the environ. Federal govt., State and local please take note.
Date posted: December 2010 Dr Patrick Darling (UK):
Idanre hill is a fascinating place and relatively easy to access. Its deserted hilltop site once contained wonderful wooden statue posts, photographs of which were submitted to Nigeria's National Commission of Museums and Monuments in the early 1990's, before that regime's role in dealing with the nation's antiquities was fully appreciated. Within a few months, the statues had gone. Idanre Hill is a splendid walk amidst beautiful hills but, although included in the sites considered, it was not included in the original Tentative List because it was not universally unique.
Date posted: December 2010 omakinwa smart (nigeria):
idanre hill is a wonder that would take away ones breath.
am an indigene of idanre ,and i must confess its a place one need to be.
theres so much wonders on the hill, except one goes with a tourist guard that would take one to great sites i.e
unreadable writing on the hill , noah's like ark ,olofin chain that goes straight in the sky,where hot and cold water meets,first ancient palace, agbogun foot print etc.
how proud am i 2 be reckon with such a great place.
Date posted: October 2010 Dada-Peters Folasade (Nigeria):
Idanre hills is a natural wonder.A place for relaxation,recreation and scientific studies.Although I was born in Lagos,as a native of Idanre,I feel proud to belong to a community that stands out in the whole universe.
Date posted: September 2010 Dolapo Onayemi (Nigeria):
I marvelled at the wonders of nature when I visited Idanre hills. It's simply awesome what the hills have preserved over the years about the history of the Idanre people
Date posted: August 2010 Engr. Jelili Feyi ALLI (Nigeria):
Idanre hill is fantactic in all ramifications. The rocky nature and mountainous terrian make the hill unique. It is a place for fun seekers and who seek to appreciate but,cannot stop wondering the wonders of nature...
Its indeed a place to be for a lifetime experience.
Date posted: May 2010 Akinola Dolapo (Nigeria):
Idanre hills is just as the name implies is a wonder of God in that area. I've been to other hills but that place is spectacular. What makes it spectacular you may ask, the terrain on the rocks, the climate up there and even the scenery plus the vegetation.
I went there with my class mates and we look forward to going back there because it was an enjoyableexperience.
It was stressful but the fun part over shadowed the stress that it was when we retired to our hotel that we felt the stress we just put ourselves through.
I encourage people to visit that place as it is a place for both accademics and fun loving people.
Date posted: April 2010 Dr. Charles O. Akinde (Nigeria):
Since I am a participant at all levels of Idanre Hills development, I think it is a wonderful thing that would happen to Nigeria in recent years if this is included in the World Heritage List.
As a natural and cultural landscape, Idanre Hills stands out well among all other places that have been so listed.
The ancient Idanre Hills had been a home for the Idanre Community for almost a millenium. The site was described in 1894 by the then colonial Governor that for my part, I'd far rather spend a couple of week among these delightful hills than at the Canary Islands.
Apart from its touristit value, the flora and fauna of the place had been under scientific study for several decades. The topography of the place will be of great value to mankind.
I hope the site will be accepted for enlistment.
Date posted: June 2008
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