Wli waterfalls

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Wli Lower Fall-4.jpg
Wli Lower Fall
Wli waterfalls is located in Ghana
Wli waterfalls
LocationHohoe, Volta Region, Ghana
Coordinates7°07′29″N 0°35′31″E / 7.124751°N 0.591844°E / 7.124751; 0.591844Coordinates: 7°07′29″N 0°35′31″E / 7.124751°N 0.591844°E / 7.124751; 0.591844
Total height80 meters

Wli Waterfalls is the highest waterfall in Ghana and the tallest in West Africa.[1] It has a lower and an upper fall.


Wli Waterfalls is located 20 km from Hohoe in the Volta Region of Ghana.[2]

Natural environment[edit]


A walk through the forest of the Agumatsa wildlife sanctuary offers a chance to see a large colony of fruit bats, butterflies, birds, monkeys and baboons.[3]


A large colony of bats can be seen clinging to the cliffs and flying in the sky.[3]


The Wli waterfalls is the highest water fall in West Africa[4] The falls is known locally as Agumatsa waterfalls - meaning, "Allow Me to Flow." It is located in the Hohoe municipality of the Volta Region, the land of the Ewe culture. It is approximately 280 kilometers from the capital Accra.



  1. ^ "Wli Waterfall: A Tourist Attraction Worth Visiting". Modern Ghan. Retrieved 21 August 2013.
  2. ^ "Waterfalls of Ghana". easytrackghana. Retrieved 21 August 2013.
  3. ^ a b "Photographs of Wli waterfalls in Ghana". Independent Travellers. independent-travellers.com. Retrieved 7 April 2016.
  4. ^ "Wli Waterfalls". www.bridgingdevelopment.org. Retrieved 2017-04-06.