Idea #552 – Observing the most beautiful waterfalls in Kambadaga in Guinea
Fouta-Djalon, sometimes spelt Fouta Djallon in English, is a mountain massif in Guinea, nicknamed “the water tower of western Africa” for its important rainfall. The territory is established of raised savannas, open forests, forests galleries and vast plains, crossed by numerous streams the thousand-year-old action of which gave origin to big cliffs, to numerous falls and vertiginous waterfalls, impressive gorges or narrow paths surplombants canyons. Important western streams African are born there: Tinkisso, Senegal, Gambia, or Koliba Stream, for example.
The water falls of Kambadaga, up to 100 meters wide, are known as the most beautiful falls of Fouta-Djalon. They are formed in fact of four successive falls, among which both first ones are the most impressive, in particular in wintering. The valley of Fétoré presents, her, three magnificent waterfalls: Djourougui, Kamawi and Donsowol. it is possible to bathe there and to borrow traditional bridge of lianas to change banks. In the Mount Maci, the river Maciwol also contains numerous waterfalls and rapids.
Where is it ?
Kambadaga, Fouta Djalon, Guinéea