Oguta Lake is the biggest characteristic lake in Imo State, South East Nigeria; inside the tropical rainforest area of Niger Delta. Oguta Lake's catchment territory contains the waist region of the Njaba River and a piece of the River Niger floodplain in the locale south of Onitsha.
The lake is arranged in Oguta around thirty miles 48.27 km from the intersection of the Ndoni and Orashi River. It is a fine bit of water, being around five miles 8.05 km long from east to west and a mile and half 2.41 km wide. Njaba River is a noteworthy tributary of Oguta Lake.
The other 3 tributaries are Awbana, Utu, and Orashi. The Orashi River streams past Oguta Lake in its southwestern bit. Oguta lake is Nigeria's second biggest lake. It is a prevalent vacationer spot as the lake is a lovely blue shading, and is neither salty nor home to crocodiles, making it Ideal for swimming and water sports.