Kpalimé Falls belong to the tallest waterfalls in Togo.
Kpalimé Falls, Togo
Kpalimé Falls / jbdodane, / CC BY 2.0

This waterfall has formed on Aka River. It is very steep, with many cascades.

Kpalimé Falls are impressive in rainy period, but during the dry period (end of October – March) falls may become dry, because the hydropower plant, which is upstreams (built in 1963) can close the stream. The lake of this power plant is the main source of potable water for Kpalimé town.

This beautiful waterfall is fairly easy to reach, small entrance fee should be paid to visit it.

Kpalimé Falls on the map
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Location, GPS coordinates: 7.0079 N 0.6460 E
Categories: Waterfalls
Values: Geology, Visual
Rating: 3 out of 10 stars
Where is located? Africa, Togo, Plateaux, some 15 km north from Kpalimé
Alternate name: Kpimé Cascades
Name in French: Cascade de Kpalimé
Height: > 100 m (many cascades)
Stream: Aka River

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Mud house in Koutammakou / Erik Kristensen, Wikimedia Commons / CC BY 2.0

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