From a relaxing stroll around the village to full day hikes through lush rainforests, there is an experience for everyone to enjoy! Local guides are trained to point out features seen along the way and to share history of the area as they ensure your safety and satisfaction. We specialize in personalized experiences so you tell us what you want for your group and we will make it happen. The hiking trails are cut, cleaned and maintained by villagers who work with the National Reforestation and Watershed Rehabilitation Programme (NRWRP) of Brasso Seco which is run by our Tourism Action Committee. Click below to explore the different options we have available for adventures.
Because of our location in the rainforest, we are one of the wettest and ‘coolest’ areas in the country. The dry season is typically from January to June with more rains seen in the rainy season of July to December. Temperatures average 29°C pretty much year round. So no matter what time of the year you come, you can expect to get wet - with rain, or sweat - or probably both.
The trails are often muddy and usually crossing or directly in one or more rivers. Wear comfortable hiking shoes that can get wet and preferably light, long pants to protect your legs from insects and plants. Most destinations provide a bathing spot so walk with something to bathe in and dry with if you want. A light lunch and snacks are always a good idea with a water bottle to refill along the way. For the longer hikes, a flashlight can come in handy in case the hike takes longer than planned. And of course bring your favorite insect repellents to help keep down the biting bugs. Remember to put everything in sealed bags to protect from any rain that may fall.