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Wli Waterfalls

Hohoe, Ghana
+233 20 187 0706
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Beautiful

Wli Falls is beautiful. The landscape is beautiful. There is short hike, about 40 minutes to reach... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Erika J
Lovely

Just do it :)! Try to start early around 0700 and use the long road since ghetto short one is steep... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Yakup Emir K
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“volta region” (10 reviews)
“upper falls” (19 reviews)
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Hohoe, Ghana
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+233 20 187 0706
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Wli Falls is beautiful. The landscape is beautiful. There is short hike, about 40 minutes to reach the Falls but that too is a beautiful journey. They provide a guide who explains the history of the town and Falls to you.

1  Thank Erika J
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Just do it :)! Try to start early around 0700 and use the long road since ghetto short one is steep climbing. You can come back from the short one. And don't think and just get in it :).

1  Thank Yakup Emir K
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Journey to Wli waterfalls is in 2 parts if using public transport from Accra (which we did) From Accra to Hohoe costs 29GhaC (about £6) and Hohoe to Wli 5GhC . You get transport from the Lorry terminus in Hohoe ( 20- 30 mins drive)...More

1  Thank Rosemary Z
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This are the highest waterfalls in Ghana and they have 2 parts. The lower falls that are easy to get to and the higher ones that are for professionals. The walk to the lower ones is in wonderful forest and is good for people of...More

1  Thank amimehl
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Reviewed 6 March 2018

Take public transport from lorry station in Hohoe but with your own transport, turn right at the T. Junction in front of the Bank of Ghana and keep right till you meet a large sign post 'Wli Water Falls' follow the direction of this sign...More

1  Thank Starvee18
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Reviewed 6 March 2018

The falls are great. Plan to play in the water. The short, easy hike to the falls is as beautiful and interesting as the falls themselves. The hike to the falls takes less than 40 minutes and it is only a slight incline. There is...More

1  Thank Ed L
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Reviewed 5 March 2018

I was told it would be a hike to get to the waterfall. It is true that you have to walk about 30 minutes to get there, but it is not uphill at all; it is a very easy hike, and it is worth it!!...More

1  Thank Rachel S
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Reviewed 16 January 2018 via mobile

The tour begins at the reception where we payed 36 cedis for the walk to the upper und lower wli waterfall. Together wirh a guide we walked and climbed up the way to the upper waterfall for 1 1/2 hours. It was totally worth it,...More

Thank Elisa A
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Reviewed 9 January 2018 via mobile

Although the lower falls are nice, the upper falls are a must. It takes some hard 1-1.5h of hiking from the lower falls, but views are so nice up there.

Thank Kenny Z
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Reviewed 1 January 2018 via mobile

Enjoyed every bit of the journey to the lower falls. Getting to the upper falls is tough; better be prepared with boots and lots of water. They could do more with clearing the pathways and providing rest beds by the falls for a confortable relaxation....More

Thank bless k
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Sophie Z
17 March 2018|
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Response from Starvee18 | Reviewed this property |
Thank you. Please am not sure if you are talking about entrance fees. Entrance fees 40 cedis. But if you want costing for a return day trip from Accra and you are two, get a saloon car between $90 - $100 plus the entrance... More
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ABENA MERCY Y
24 February 2018|
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Response from Starvee18 | Reviewed this property |
Wli water Fall is not in Hohoe. It is in the district of Hohoe but the people of Wli were we have the fall, must get interested in this lovely site and try to source for funding from other private sectors to improve the site... More
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Tracy A
22 June 2017|
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Response from STL49 | Reviewed this property |
Really no need for a guide, but young men will offer to guide you and claim it is required. I was with a Ghanaian friend who declined their offers. If you are not with a local, then negotiate a price and they will show you... More
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