We present here a list of tourist sites and attractive sceneries in the Volta Region of Ghana. These are some of the most beautiful places you should visit when you visit Ghana and intend to go into the Volta Region.
Traveling to beautiful places of nature in our leisure times is one factor of a good life for anyone. This is the reason Trendsmaniac.com has compiled a list of some of the places any tourist should consider visiting when planning to tour the Volta Region of Ghana.
Tourist Sites In The Volta Region of Ghana
Amedzofe Canopy Walkway
Amedzofe is a town north of Ho in the Ho Municipal District of the Volta Region of Ghana. It is presently located in the newly created Ho-West District Assembly. The Amedzofe walkway is built near the Ote Water Falls which presents the chance of killing two birds with one stone.
Ote falls is a famous beautiful waterfall in the Volta Region located in Amedzofe in the Ho Municipal District. The falls sit close to the region's new canopy walkway also situated just a little away and above it.
Tafi Atome Monkey Sanctuary
This Monkey Sanctuary is traditional sacred grove conservation established in 1993 under the direction of a Peace Corps Volunteer as a community-based ecotourism project. Tafi Atome is the home of Mona and Patas monkeys.
Wli waterfall, the highest waterfall in West Africa is located in ghana. It is located in the Hohoe municipality of the Volta Region, the land of the Ewe culture. It is approximately 280 kilometers from the capital Accra.
Mountain Afadja – Afadzato
Mount Afadja, better known as Afadjato to the Ewe people of Ghana and Togo, is the highest mountain in Ghana. Afadzato is located in the Volta Region, near Ghana's border with Togo.
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