You can tour on your own to see the waterfalls in the Kpalime area, or hire our guide Nestor. He is from the region and will advise on and plan the best way to go about the journey including paying small fees to the communities for keeping the waterfall area clean and maintaining the path.
It is quite exhausting to climb up and down steep, slippery slopes in bushy areas. Do not overestimate yourself. Take it easy and make sure you have enough water. The roaring sound will let you know when you are close to your target.
The vegetation at most waterfalls is dense and green, like a green paradise. Huge trees are overgrown by lianas and other plants and provide shelter from the sun. It is quite bushy in these parts to the extent that some areas have no sunlight and seem cave like. You will find crops such as coffee, cocoa and kola-nut growing here and several species of butterflies and insects are native to this habitat.
A swim in the refreshingly cold water of these shallow lakes or a blasting shower under the waterfall is a delightful experience.