1 Day Nature tour itinerary for Accra & Koforidua: Enjoy A Day Of Waterfalls
Escape to the beautiful natural surroundings of the area as you set out in search of beautiful waterfalls, nature hikes, and unique rock formations.
Set off in search of waterfalls
6:30 AM: Enjoy a pick up in an air-conditioned vehicle at the location of your choice within Accra.
Depart north-east of Accra to Boti in the Manya Krobo district of the Eastern Region of Ghana.
Stop at Adom Waterfalls in Obosomase, hike few meters to the fall and spend some cool time.
Continue to Asenema Falls which is a seldom-visited falls in the Eastern Region of Ghana.
Visit Akaa Falls, a now high security protected area close to Boti Falls.
Walk down the 241 concrete steps to the waterfalls and experience nature.
Drive to Boti Reserve.
Hike the rocky forest to the mysterious Umbrella Rock and the 3-headed Palm Tree.
Get to know the history of the Prayer Rock, the Tree on Rock and the Sound Cave.
Refresh at the Boti Twin Falls and enjoy their scenic flow to the ground.
Drop at the location of your choice in Accra.
Pick-up within Accra location of your choice.
Certified driver and an Accra guide for the day
A private air-conditioned vehicle including fuel
All entrance fees at scheduled attraction sites
Drop at a location in Accra
International air flight
Visa and visa fees
Travel insurance and immunization
We are happy to customize any trip to suit your personal needs.
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