Visit Kpatawee Waterfall and cool off in its refreshing cascading waters – your reward for a brisk one-hour hike to the second of the two waterfalls; the first being easy to reach from the road.
Just three hours’ drive from Monrovia, the Kpatawee Waterfalls is a favorite swimming and picnic spot for locals although it remains blissfully untouched and uncrowded. Clamber across the black boulders to the sound of rushing waters, dipping in and out of the cool water along the way – an epic adventure you’ll not forget in a hurry.
The new eco-friendly Kpatawee Waterfalls Ecolodge offers rustic and charming thatched-roof huts with solar-powered electricity and running water. The ecolodge offers 11 cozy huts, each with its bathroom featuring a shower and toilet. For those looking for a more adventurous experience, the ecolodge also has 28 tents and tent platforms available for campers.
Day visitors as well as guests staying at the Kpatawee Waterfall Ecolodge can explore the lush rainforest on one of the daily guided hikes or play around in the waterfalls and natural pools. Kpatawee Waterfalls has a lifeguard on duty, and there is also a volleyball net for those wanting to start a game. At night, ecolodge guests can end their day gathered around a bonfire. The ecolodge has a full-service restaurant that serves delicious meals made with locally grown ingredients.
Kpatawee Waterfalls is just about a 30-minute drive from Gbarnga, the capital of Bong County, or about a three-hour drive from Monrovia and Roberts International Airport.