Ghana's tallest waterfalls, the Wli (pronounced 'vlee') falls stand amid an exquisite landscape of rolling hills, forests and bubbling streams. The falls are most impressive from April to October, when you can hear – and feel – the flow of water thundering down.
It takes about 40 minutes to walk from the Wli Tourist Office to the lower waterfalls (C15) along an easy path. Much more challenging is the hike to the upper falls (C35), which takes about two hours and requires clambering in places. In both cases you'll be required to take a guide, included in the price.