Chutes de Ditinn


One of Guinea's tallest – and certainly one of its most beautiful – waterfalls takes a 120m drop straight down off a cliff. Ditinn village is 35km from Dalaba and the falls are 5km further on from the village (a 20-minute walk). A private taxi will charge around GFr150,000 for the round-trip, with waiting time.

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