I took my nine year old son to experience the falls and take a break from Accra. We left Accra at 7am on a Tuesday and arrived at 11am. The drive took a lot longer than anticipated due to the horrible road conditions I suggest arriving even earlier than 11am. The walk to the falls is not hard but it does take about 45 min. and it gets hot very quickly. Also, this is apparently a hot spot for locals to party. The locals travel from miles around to sing, dance, eat and be merry at the falls during the day (every day according to my driver). If you're looking for a nice relaxing picnic and experience at the falls, go early. If you want to party with the locals, go after noon. There is a fee which I can't remember how much but I did notice that this fee was only subject to me an my son and not any of the 100's of locals going to party. From what I could tell, the water is not very deep although I do not know firsthand as I'm admittedly an overprotective mother and mindful of rainforest parasites. Take your video camera and catch the sounds of the bats, water, and locals singing. Pack a lunch too.
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