Volta Region Ghana Tours
The Volta region is a lush, mostly highland area, east of Lake Volta, the largest man-made lake in the world. Ho is the region capital and Ewe is the predominate language of this area. There are coastal areas, rivers, gardens and waterfalls to count among the natural attractions of this area.
Stop at Aburi botanical gardens or the wildlife preserve at Shai Hills, and a traditional bead factory on your way to spend a weekend on the banks of the Volta River. The river is beautiful and the water safe for swimming. Walk across Ghana's only steel arch bridge. Ride the river in a canoe with a local fisherman or in a motorboat to the Akosombo Dam.
Here are the list of interesting spots that you can visit in Ghana Volta Region:
- Mount Afadjato And Mount Gemi
- Wli Waterfalls
- Tafi Atome Monkey Sanctuary
Visit the tallest mountain in all of Ghana, rising to a height of 885 meters into the skies. The second tallest mountain, Mount Gemi is 611meter tall. Mount Afadjato is located very close to Gbledi and Liati Wote near the borders of Togo while Mount Gemi is located at the Amedzofe township.
The monkeys are deeply revered by the people of Tafi Atome because of the traditional significance that is attached to the monkeys. In fact, these people hold funeral rites for dead monkeys before finally burying them in a cemetery that was built for the sole purpose of of keeping dead monkeys. Now, the monkeys are so free with the people so much that they eat from the hands of the people. The Mona monkey is the most prominent monkey species here.
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