Boti falls; the two headed waterfall

Boti falls; the two headed waterfall



Boti falls—a waterfall discovered by a hunter—is located in the Eastern region of Ghana; just a few minutes drive from the region's capital, Koforidua.

This waterfall is actually two headed and according to the tour guide, one is female and the other is male; they originate from the same source and falls from the same mountain.

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To check out the waterfall, you would have to pay an entrance fee—¢40 for Ghanaians and ¢50 for foreigners.
This entrance fee, when payed, gives you the opportunity to check out not only the Boti waterfalls but the   umbrella rock, the ancient caves and the three-headed palm tree.


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