We visited as a family in mid Jan, 2013. Stunningly beautiful, natural, cool, what can I say - DON'T MISS IT! The dry season (Dec-Mar) is a wonderful time to visit as the cool moist air feels so refreshing and the path is not muddy. No need to take a guide unless you want to climb to the top. Politely decline the guide after paying the entrance fee and they will point you down the trail. A very easy 45 min walk through a lovely forest is made a bit more challenging as of early 2013 because two of the seven foot bridges are out, with detour path which is slightly challenging. We still did it easy enough with a 3 and 5 year old. Nothing prepares you for the beauty of the fall in the gorge, lush with greenery even in the otherwise parched brown dry season. There are changing stalls back there to get into your swimsuit, though the water is surprisingly chilly. The fall is 17km E of Hohoe, on the Togo Border. If you are driving from Accra, veer to the right around the big bank in the center of Hohoe, then turn right after about a quarter mile, there are signs. Continue 11 km to Likpe Bakwa, turn right at the T, 5km to village of Wli, turn left at signs. Very simple to hire a taxi to the falls if you've arrived by bus or trotro.
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