For anyone curious about how long it takes to get there, depending on your mode of transportation, it takes just over 30 minutes from Koforidua and over 90 minutes from Accra. The river Pawnpawn, which generates the falls, originates in Ahenkwa-Amalakpo before flowing over an igneous rock outcrop at Boti Langmase, which gives the falls its name.
The fall was hidden in the woods until a white Catholic priest discovered it.
Locals claim that the priest used the foot of the falls as a recreational area for himself and his associates.
The umbrella rock and the tree–head–palm tree are two attractions that visitors can see but are not directly related to the falls. The locals have been able to develop these locations to improve the visitor experience, which means that you will not only be able to see the falls but also other notable things.
The falls are only a 30-minute hike from the umbrella rock.
The three-headed palm tree is one-of-a-kind and has been dubbed the "Siemens" of plant life.
Tour guides are provided for those who want to take a guided tour of the forest reserve surrounding the falls.
For those who want to take some time to ponder, the woods are also a spiritual area. Picnicking is becoming a popular Ghanaian pastime, and under the new management of the falls, picnickers will have access to summer shelters.
For international travelers, this could be an ideal occasion to sample and try various native cuisine and fruits.
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