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  • Historical Mosque
    The oldest Most and Slave market in Ghana are in plan for you...
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Wli Waterfal

Volta region

Wli Falls, also called Agumatsa Falls, is a popular and dramatic tourist site near the village of Wli not far from the Togo border. Most tourists make the easy walk to the lower falls, which is stunning and in a beautiful setting, made even more dramatic by the presence of thousands of fruit bats nesting high up on the nearby cliffs. However, the equally high and much more isolated upper falls is a special treat for those with the stamina for the challenging hike. There are inviting pools at the base of both falls where the hearty can take a chilly dip.

The walks take you through the Agumatsa Wildlife Sanctuary, which features more than 200 bird species and 400 butterfly species.

Activities

Rivers 8 times on bridges.  

Trail to the upper falls. Sturdy footwear recommended. Time: 4 hours

from Togo. Your guide will explain the history and other items of interest in the village and See the village ostrich farm. Wli is open year-round. The falls always have water, but flow is significantly reduced during the dry season (October-March) and the hike to the upper falls is normally too slippery and treacherous during the rainiest months.

Castles & Forts
Castles & Forts
A Country of Castles, Forts and Slave Dungeons
Swift Feets
Swift Feets
Get close enough to these swift footed creatures
Mole
Mole
Visits the Elephants of Mole National Park
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Culture
Experience of the Culture of Mother Ghana

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M1588, Mamprobi, Accra
Ghana
West Africa

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+233 24 460 1594 | +233 2020 99524

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