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About the guru EDEM
My name is EDEM KWAWU born ans raise in GHANA WEST AFRICA in Accra the Capital. I am graduate with the honor of Civil Engineering. I am a very sunny and open person. My heart is filled with love and affection. My close people say that I am a cheerful and bright Guy. I always try to share my good mood with other people. I like to smile. I believe that a sincere smile is the ... More »
My name is EDEM KWAWU born ans raise in GHANA WEST AFRICA in Accra the Capital. I am graduate with the honor of Civil Engineering. I am a very sunny and open person. My heart is filled with love and affection. My close people say that I am a cheerful and bright Guy. I always try to share my good mood with other people. I like to smile. I believe that a sincere smile is the most confident and attractive quality that someone can try on. There is nothing more beautiful than a smile coming from the heart. I appreciate sincere people. I love to give surprises and I think that attention and awe are a key to a happy Volunteering. There are so many beautiful things in our world, but I want to share all these feelings and emotions with the world. Life in motion! It's my credo, because I am a person, who prefers to live now and here and really love every day of my life! My friends and people, who know me well say, that I am respectful, loyal and cheerful with a big heart. I care about feelings of other people. Life is just one, so I try to use every chance for the creation of my happiness and enjoy of every day. There are some aspects, which are very important for me and bring me a real satisfaction! Currently with a newly form organization called Sight On Site Ghana, which we are into Tourism and Volunteering (Voluntourism). In as much as Tourism is to have fun we added Volunteering to make a positive impact to the society as lives are touch positively. We believe Love is the only thing we need to make the world a better place. Our passionate and committed top-notch industry expert and professional team works meticulously to not just meet, but exceed all needs, wants, expectations and demands of even the most extremely sophisticated customers throughout the customer journey activities and experiences! Ghana is a country that has an internationally acclaimed excellent reputation and goodwill of social, cultural, democratic and political stability. With peace, safety, security and tranquility, you will experience the astonishing hospitality of the friendly and courteous people of Ghana and as well as the impeccable customer courtesies and comfort offered by our professional, passionate, committed, dynamic and proactive team. Special Interest Vacation, Excursions, Recreation, Leisure, Travel, Tourism & Hospitality Packages Life is about PEACE AND LOVE ALWAYS.
About the tour
The Chenku stream is joined by two other streams "Sanyade" and "Popotsi" before meandering into the sea.This falls which we have visited is not a big thing, and there are no large tilapia fish in the plunge pool - only some little fishes.
What is impressive about this falls; also called Wuruduwurudu Falls are the huge, exposed rocks within the valley of the small Po stream.
Then we saw a beautiful rock wall with a little cave under. This rock wall displays vividly the principle of cyncline/anticline folds that indicative of the massive forces that twisted the rocks during their formative years.
The surrounding (once sacred but seriously denuded forest) is named after the Kyenku god whose shrine can be seen at Obosomase
Another interesting plus is the Trekking Route from Obosomase to Dodowa, along ancient trade paths.
Nature presents us with a tremendous variety of waterfall in Ghana and in Dodowa a town located in the Greater Accra Region, the district capital of ShaiOsu-Doku District. The city is 39km from the capital city of Accra is Tsenku Waterfall, the only waterfall in the Region.
The enchanted Dodowa forest is the battle-field of the Kantamanso war which ended in 1826. The defeat of the Great Ashanti domination of the then Gold Coast.
The giant Boabab tree at the edge of Dodowa is where the ceremony was held to mark the end of conflict. After about 30 minutes, hike in the forest, you will come to this beautiful Chenku Waterfall we are talking about which drops from a height of about 250 feet, running on a stratified rocks into a cool, clean and clear pool.
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