Boti falls is the only twin waterfall in Ghana located at Boti in Manya Krobo in the Eastern Region of Ghana. These twin falls are referred to as female and male.
Ghana: Eastern Region
The Eastern Region makes up 8.1% of Ghana’s total land area and has a land area of 19,323 kilometers. In terms of total land area, it is the sixth largest region.The Greater Accra, Central, Ashanti, Brong Ahafo, and Volta Regions all border the region.
The area is part of the moist semi-equatorial zone, which is distinguished by twice the maximum rainfall in June and October. While the second rainy season is from September to October, with little variance amongst the districts, the first rainy season is from May to June, with the highest rainfall happening in June. High temperatures prevail in the area and vary from 26 °C in August to 30 °C in March. The relative humidity which is high throughout the year varies between 70 per cent -80 per cent.
A diverse combination of stunning topography, ancient artifacts, and traditional cultures may be found in Ghana’s Eastern Region. Despite being close to Ghana’s capital city of Accra, the two neighbors are very different. The Eastern Region’s antique aura and the twenty-first century coexist together.
The old villages and towns in Ghana’s east are a testament to its vibrant culture. Visitors are invited to take advantage of the chance to tour historic locations including the original Presbyterian School buildings in Akropong and Tetteh Quarshie’s home in Mampong, who was responsible for introducing cocoa plantations to Ghana.
The region has a beautiful natural setting which makes it an impressive tourist area. It is characterized by a chain of highlands, woody valleys, and waterfalls, including the Boti Falls at Huhunya in the Krobo Hills. For perfect calm and serenity, the most appropriate months are June and August.