Boti Waterfall Trip -Theirsondiary

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Published on May 1, 2023

Discover the Majestic Beauty of Boti Waterfall: A Journey into Ghana’s Natural Wonder!”

Boti waterfall, located in the Eastern Region of Ghana, is a must-visit destination for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts. Its beauty and tranquility have made it a popular spot for tourists and locals alike. Recently, Theirson, Mustafa and his Wife with two of his amazing friends embarked on a tour to Boti waterfall, and it was an experience they would never forget.

Boti Waterfall

Theirson, a Blogger and publisher , had heard so much about Boti waterfall and was determined to explore its beauty with his friends. The group, consisting of five adventurous souls, set out on the journey on a sunny Saturday morning. The excitement in the air was palpable as they journeyed towards the waterfall.

The road to Boti waterfall was bumpy and winding, but the stunning scenery along the way made the journey worthwhile. They passed by lush green forests and small villages, each with its unique charm. The group made several stops to take pictures and enjoy the view, making the journey even more memorable.

Boti Waterfall
Before, the Boti fall was known “Pompom”Ahenkwa River, 25 miles away, served as the source. The Boti Falls were created when two rivers merged, according to the tour guide Mr. Chris. “When they get to the top of the rock, they split apart. The male is on the right and the female is on the left when you look at it, he said.

Finally, after a two-hour drive, they arrived at Boti waterfall. The sight was breathtaking! The waterfall cascaded from a height of about 30 meters and splashed into a pool of crystal-clear water. The group stood in awe of the natural wonder before them, taking in the sights and sounds of the waterfall.

The group immediately took a dip in the cool water, swimming and playing in the pool. They also explored the surrounding area, walking along the footpath that led to the top of the waterfall. The path was steep and slippery, but the group was determined to reach the top.

Boti waterfall

As they climbed, they were rewarded with stunning views of the waterfall from different angles. The climb was challenging, but the sense of accomplishment they felt after reaching the top was priceless. The group sat at the top of the waterfall, admiring the view and feeling the cool breeze on their faces.

Boti waterfall
Umbrella Rock

Theirson and his friends spent the entire day at Boti waterfall, enjoying the natural beauty of the place. They also interacted with the locals, who were warm and friendly, making the experience even more memorable. The group savored local delicacies and learned about the history and culture of the region.

Boti Falls is a pair of waterfalls that can be found in Ghana’s Yilo Krobo District in the country’s eastern region. The female and male falls are twin falls that originate from two rivers; according to local folklore, when they combine, a rainbow is created. Compared to the male fall, which flows more than the female, the female fall has greater power and a different shape. Boti Falls travels to the Volta lake after passing through 45 settlements. According to history, a hunter named Tetteh Ngua discovered the Boti Falls in 1906 and again in 1950. According to Mr.Chris, the deceased hunter then guided a Catholic priest to the waterfall. The white man asked him where the water was throughout their conversation.In Twi, the hunter replied, “obour no ti,” which is literally translated as “the top of the hill.” The Roman Catholic priest just dubbed it “Boti” because he couldn’t pronounce the word correctly, and that moniker has stuck to this day.

An additional attractions include sexual organs, a rock that naturally depicts the male and female genital,a palm tree that resembles a snake, and yet another unusual three-headed palm tree. The twin-rock, the antique cup, and the cave are further attractions for site visitors.

Boti waterfall
Male and Female Genital
The Prayer Rock (The Rock was fashioned into the shape of a praying hand)
Big Foot Rock ( if you look closely , you would see a foot print on it)
The Three Headed palm Tree (the tour guide giving visitors more information)
These Rock have spiritual roots (it I s a common belief that if a couple sits on a rock and has faith, they will conceive twins)
The wishing Rock (The locals hold that if you make a wish and have faith in it, it will come true. One must place money on the rock before making a wish as a token)
The cave

As the sun began to set, the group made their way back to their car, feeling rejuvenated and fulfilled. Theirson and his friends had experienced the beauty and tranquility of Boti waterfall, and it was an experience they would cherish forever.

Boti Waterfall

The current state of the roads is one of the difficulties the fall is experiencing. I’m going to beg the Ghanaian government, NGO’s, and other organizations to work together to build a road to this great sight because the road leading to the waterfall and this gorgeous place is in very bad shape. It will promote local businesses and tourists.

In conclusion, a tour to Boti waterfall is a must-do for anyone visiting Ghana. Its natural beauty, tranquility, and the sense of adventure it offers are second to none. Theirson and his friends had an unforgettable experience, and you too can create memories that will last a lifetime by visiting this natural wonder.

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