In the hamlet of Leklebi Agbesia, which is part of the Afadjato South District of the Volta Region, there is a waterfall called Aflabo Falls. Since the falls are surrounded by lush vegetation, hikers and nature lovers frequently visit there.
On the Amedzofe-Afegame route, Aflabo Falls is reachable by automobile or on foot. Typically, visitors leave their cars at the base of the hill and make the 30- to 45-minute hike up to the falls. Visitors are encouraged to wear comfortable shoes and bring drink because the hike is quite challenging.
You’ll be rewarded with a stunning view of the flowing water and surrounding scenery once you arrive to the falls. Despite the fact that the water might be deep in some spots, visitors are recommended to use caution when swimming in the pool at the base of the falls.
Aflabo Falls is, a picturesque and serene location that gives visitors an opportunity to commune with nature and discover the natural beauty of Ghana’s Volta Region.