Wli Agumatsa Waterfalls has the title of being the highest waterfall in West Africa and is made of two main waterfalls: the upper falls and the lower falls. The upper falls, which are the highest, cascade down from a height of about 80 meters (262 feet). In context this is as tall as the statue of liberty to its crown. While the lower falls are slightly smaller. Wli falls is known locally as Agumatsa waterfalls – meaning, “Allow Me to Flow.
To reach the waterfalls, visitors usually embark on a scenic hike through the lush tropical forest of the Wli Nature Reserve. The trek to the lower falls is relatively easy and suitable for most fitness levels, while the hike to the upper falls is more challenging and requires a reasonable level of fitness.
The pool at the base of the lower falls provides an excellent opportunity for visitors to take a refreshing swim in the cool, clear waters. It’s a great way to relax and cool off after the hike. For those who like a little bit of nature. The surrounding area is a haven for birdwatching. The Wli Nature Reserve is home to a variety of bird species, including the White-necked Rockfowl (Picathartes gymnocephalus), which is an endangered bird species and one of the highlights for birdwatchers in the region.
The best time to visit Wli Waterfalls is during the rainy season, which typically runs from April to September. During this period, the waterfalls are at their most impressive and the surrounding vegetation is lush and green. There is usually an entrance fee to access the Wli Nature Reserve and the waterfalls, which helps support
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