Located in a quiet village called Boti in the Manya Krobo district of the Eastern Region in Ghana,The Boti Falls is an amazing waterfall which is embedded at the heart of the forest reserve at Huhunya, which is found about 17km North-East of Koforidua, the regional capital.
It is just over 30 minutes drive from Koforidua and over 90 minutes from Accra depending on the means of transportation used. It is seasonal, with cascades in the immediate surrounding areas. The falls is at its best from June to August but is generally beautiful all year round.
Boti falls is 30m high with a legendary small hike down 250 concrete steps that takes you to waterfall with a pool at the base which is good for swimming.
Guided tours of the Huhunya forest can be arranged.Tour guided usually tell good old stories and Myths during these walks that educate tourists on the traditions and history of the forest.
Along the walk to the ancient cave, the umbrella rock and the three headed palm tree there are two significant and notable things to note. On the way there is a beautiful landscape, with lots of medicinal plants and trees and no wild life.
The falls is made of a male and female waterfall which come from two emerging rivers .The larger one is mythically believed to be the male and the smaller one, the female . According to the indigenes, when the two merge, a rainbow is formed . It is usually said that these rivers are mating when this happens.
Within the vicinity of the falls are summer huts and visitor facilities that tourists and other fun loving and adventurous travellers can rest after the tour.