The Kintampo Waterfalls is located 4km away from the Kintampo Township on the Kintampo-Tamale highway, it consists of three (3) unique stages that can be accessed by a footpath. The final stage offers an exciting twist as the tourist can only access the beautiful waterfall by descending a windy flight of steps. Receptive facilities are available for tourists.
Bono East Region
Ghana: Bono East Region
A new region, the Bono East Region, was created from the former Brong Ahafo Region. Techiman serves as the new region’s capital.
The Bono East Region takes pride in being one of the states’ regions with outstanding tourist attractions. The conservative nature of the populace prevents industrial growth from contaminating their culture. With so many lovely tourist destinations, it becomes one of Ghana’s most appealing cities.
The conservative nature of the populace prevents industrial growth from contaminating their culture. With so many lovely tourist destinations, it becomes one of Ghana’s most appealing cities. The Black Volta and River Tano, two of the most important rivers in the country and popular tourist destinations, pass through the area and benefit the local economy greatly.
The population density in the Bono East Region is low. People from this area take part in a variety of festive events, including Apoo, Kurubi, and Nkyifie celebrations. The area has fertile soil and a forest as its vegetation.
One of the areas with the widest ethnic diversity in the nation is Bono East. However, the Bonos and Akans, who make up 41.5% of the whole population, are the largest ethnic groupings.