Guinea has a lot to offer travelers, but the waterfalls are one of the nation’s greatest attractions.
The most famous falls are Chutes de Ditinn, where water goes crashing off a 120-meter cliff. They are found 3.1 miles from Ditinn village, in the center of the country.
Another amazing waterfall is Chutes de Saala, near the village of Diari. Here, the water runs over a series of steps in the middle of the forest, making for a beautiful scene. Bring a picnic and hang out here for a few hours and you might even see monkeys and chimps in the trees.
The spectacular Chutes de Kambadaga is a series of three waterfalls surrounded by dense forest. They are found around 35 kilometers to the west of Pita, and a daytrip here is highly recommended.
If you fancy taking a hike, try the Pont de Dieu route, which takes around half a day. The trail winds past a series of small waterfalls, through pine forests, agricultural land and small villages. You might even find yourself crossing through private residential compounds, where the friendly locals will most likely want to say hello and chat for a while.
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