Butuase Falls is a 60-foot waterfall on the outskirts of Kwahu Tafo in the Kwahu East District on the Kotoso road in the Eastern Region. It is a popular tourist attraction. It cascades down into a succession of splashing lakes during the wet season. Within the vicinity of the waterfall, locals enjoy playing or relaxing on a calm afternoon, or loudly celebrating a national festival with fantastic music and picnics.
In a natural cavern, the water runs down in a unique way. The waterfall has a lovely flow that also produces a tiny stream via the roots of the site’s big trees. In the event of an emergency, many of those who have gathered for entertainment will be drenched by the torrential rain. The natural environment at this tour site is breathtaking, making it an excellent choice for groups, couples, families, campers, etc.