The ‘Nkofieho’ caves of life was a sacred protectorate for ancient warriors who migrated from the Asante Kingdom to save themselves from total extinction due to the many wars being waged by the Asante kings.
The caves have unique exhibits that show the wonders of nature and myth has it that they used to serve as a hideout for indigenes of the area during war times.
Their adversaries could never explain why and how the indigenes appeared and disappeared at will during battles, enabling them to triumph in the end.
The discovery of the existence of the facility now explains this myth.
Accessing the caves area itself is a unique experience through a typical forest. At a certain stage in the journey, tourists have to take on the challenge of climbing up hill as part of the excitement it offers.
The use of ropes as climbing aids comes as added excitement in the journey to reach the entrance of the caves.
Upon reaching the caves, head torches are provided to help illuminate the way through the caves and it requires no special skill to do that.