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Incredible Volta Tour

Incredible Volta Tour Packages
Country: Ghana
City: Ho
Duration: 3 Day(s) - 2 Night(s)
Tour Category: Hiking Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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Package Itinerary

Day 1: Akosombo

Travel to Akosombo in Ghana’s Eastern Region. Stop to visit Aburi Botanical Gardens. Arrive in Akosombo and Enjoy a Cruise on the Volta

Overnight: Volta Hotel (3* Star Hotel) or Similar

Day 2: Wli Waterfalls

Travel to visit Wli Waterfalls and Tafi Atome Monkey Sanctuary. Breakfast Included.

Overnight: Volta Hotel (3* Star Hotel) or Similar

Day 3: Accra - Departure

Travel to Accra with a stop to visit a beads-making factory. Arrive in Accra and go on a city tour of Accra for last-minute shopping. Drop off at pick-up point. Breakfast Included.

Overnight: N/A

Explore More About Wli Waterfall:

The Wli waterfall is the highest waterfall in West Africa. The falls are known locally as Agumatsa waterfalls – meaning, “Allow Me to Flow.” It is located in the Hohoe municipality of the Volta Region, the land of the Ewe culture. It is approximately 280 kilometers from the capital Accra. The walk takes you through the Agumatsa Wildlife Sanctuary, which features more than 200 bird species and 400 butterfly species.

Wli Waterfalls (pronounced ‘vlee’), 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 mostly a flat trail but stunning and beautiful in 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 are 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.

Wli is open year-round. The falls are most impressive from April to October when you can hear – and feel – the flow of water thundering down as it plunges down directly before collecting into a large pool below, exactly at the foot of the mountain. The hike to the upper falls is normally too slippery and treacherous during the rainiest months.

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