Discover the undiscovered Akaa Waterfalls

Many travellers say the Akaa Falls is so obscure that not many people would have known about it if not for its ties with the more popular waterfall, Boti.

Akaa Waterfalls

Apart from the beautiful Gulf of Guinea and its memorable beaches, citizens and visitors enjoy the fresh, cool inland rivers, lakes, and waterfalls.

In this edition of the Bel-Aqua Proudly Ghanaian series, we will introduce you to one of the relatively unknown waterfalls in the country- Akaa Falls.

Located  about 7 kilometres away from Boti  and also 2 kilometres from the village of  Akyeremateng     , Akaa is as seasonal as Boti Falls, which means a trip must be planned right after the raining season where the falls are most vibrant.

Apart from the fact that Akaa Falls is relatively undiscovered by the bigger population, it presents a unique opportunity for  peaceful solitude and a serene getaway from the hustle and bustle of city life.

The Akaa Falls remain underdeveloped but it presents all the experiences of a waterfall - Fresh water bathing, swimming at the base of the cliff, and suitable spaces for a picnic or  gathering.

There are also close to 250 platforms on the cliff to explore leading to a beautiful forest view.

Akaa, Boti, Asenewaa Falls all add up to make Boti and surrounding villages a tourism hotbed in the Eastern Region, especially for individuals who cherish beautiful vegetation, cool weather and waterfalls in general.

Plan your Akaa Falls expedition today and don’t forget to take along a camera, some food, and as many bottles of premium bottles of Bel-Aqua Mineral Water for an enjoyable trip. Remember Bel-Aqua has strict hygiene standards which is why we have invested heavily in a fully-robotic production plant which limits human contact in the production process as much as possible, in order to ensure high quality of our water devoid of any kind of contamination. Choose Bel-Aqua today!


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