Upper East Region Tours
It is the gateway to Ghana from Burkina Faso, which is the traditional crossroads for the trans-Saharan trade routes. An exciting introduction to Ghana, much of the landscape is broad savannah grasslands, dotted with the strange-looking baobab trees, or striking Sahel terrian. In the villages, with their distinctive round huts, communal activities go on as they have for generations.
Here are the list of interesting spots that you can visit in Ghana Upper East Region:
- The Paga Crocodile Pond
- Naa Gbewaa’s Shrine
- Tongo Rocks
- Bolga Market
- Tongo Hills And Tenzug Shrines
Located at the Northeast border, this is a sacred sanctuary for crocodiles. The reptiles are enticed from the water by the custodians and make a surprising photograph to take home
This traditional shrine commemorates Naa Gbewaa’s at Pusiga who founded the mole-Dagbon tribe in the 13th century.
The whistling rocks of Tongo rise dramatically from the landscape just 10km from Bolga, and the Harmattan creates ghostly whistling sounds
A splendid place to meet traders from all over the region and bargain for basket ware, leather goods and traditional clothing
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