- Duration: 7 hours approx.
- Starting point: Tafi Monkey Village
- Minimum group: 2 persons
- Tours in English (translators on request)
The Volta Region is an area of extraordinary scenic beauty. Its rolling hills and valleys, rocky outcrops overlooking Lake Volta, and lagoons, rivers and waterfall make for one of natures most attractive gift to Ghana. The region stretches from the coastal plains on the Atlantic coast right up to the arid lands of the north, and climatic conditions can vary tremendously.
The main economic activities in the Volta Region are farming, animal rearing, petty commerce and tourism.
The festivals and ceremonies reflect the rich diversity of history and culture of tribal life in the region. The relics of European coastal forts and other structures still remain, while further north vestiges of the German colonial era are unmistakable. The regional museum at Ho is an ideal place to understand the background to our Ghana’s heritage.
Attractions in the Volta Region include, Lake Volta Estuary, The Keta-Angaw Lagoon basin, Tafi Monkey Village, Waterfalls in the region, kyabobo national park and many more