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Really a must do. Wonderfully beautiful natural surroundings. There are 250 stairs to the falls, but you won't notice because of the jungle scenery and beckoning noise of the falls as you approach. After visiting the falls, you can also take a hike of approximately...More
I haven't seen two waterfalls falling from same mountain. One is a male fall and other one is female. To go there one has to go downwards after descending 250 steps.
I have enjoyed a lot. Beautiful scene.
My friends and I took a trip to Boti falls. We drove from Volta region to visit before going to Accra. It was a decent almost 300steps down to the falls. The tour guide was very informative about how the falls became. As we visited...More
This is a lovely destination to get good pictures and it was a great day.
However charges to get in is overpriced and you have to pay for a guide.
There are many steps to get down to the falls so get ready to walk....More
The Boti Falls are really beautiful, but the whole thing ruined my day. The people in charge were incredible unfriendly and the price for foreigners is overpriced. I was shocked that the price for non-ghanaians was so much higher than that for ghanaians.You have to...More
This is a perfect place for a day trip from Accra, it is only 90 km far from downtown (2 hours driving to go) and offers the chance to enjoy a spectacular waterfall and a trekking of about 1,5 hour (roundtrip) to reach the so...More
I loved this place. We got to Koforidua from Aburi (you can also start the trip from Accra) and then took a tro-tro to the falls. Price is inclusive of a guide which didn't seem very happy to be with us and wasn't very informative....More
We took a combination of trotro/taxi to the falls. It's a bit of a drive but not too bad. You are required to hire a guide to umbrella rock which we did for about 25 cedis each. The walk is all uphill but only 45ish...More
This was an amazing experience. We went their on a hot day in December. This may not be an ideal time to visit, but I just loved the view. The water cascading over the cliffs high above, with the forest encasing the scene, was a...More
From my 6 months in Ghana the best tip I'll give you is go during the rainy season. The waterfalls vary hugely from the rainfall so to get the best views, go when there has been lots of rain. I've added photos from different rainfall...More