Nchiraa Waterfalls is located 30 kilometres north of Wenchi in the Brong Ahafo region of Ghana. Nchiraa waterfalls is wedged between the mountains of the Nchiraa settlement.
In the early 2000s one Kofi Asiama, a hunter during, his tracking discovered the waterfall which is about two kilometres into the forest. During one of the usual rural afternoon sittings at drinking bars he gave an account of his expeditions, revealing an attractive depiction of a site he saw in the bush. Some residents who had visited the Kintampo Waterfall and acknowledged its recreational importance expressed interest to see the new discovery in their own backyard.
The hunter therefore led a delegation to the place in 2004, and thereafter a management committee with Emmanuel Obour Adjei as chairman was constituted to among others things promote and possibly seek a strategic investor to develop the beautiful feature into a preferred tourism destination.
Nchiraa Waterfalls offers tourist a hiking adventure on a rocky and challenging footpath that leads to the waterfall. The existence of other natural and cultural tourism attractions within 10km radius makes the tour package exhilarating.