Why Choose Volta Region
ATTRACTIONS & CULTURE
The region has a very rich attraction sites for tourists to visit such as water falls, Parks and reserves, the Lake Volta, Mountains, rivers beaches, rocks and historical sites. Festivals and ceremonies reflect the rich diversity of history and culture of tribal life in the region.
You can literally eat for days in Volta Region and always be trying something new. Some popular local dishes are Akple, Fufu, Banku, rice, Kenke akplidzii, yakeyake with which a sauce or soup saturated with fish, snails and bush meats.
SPAS & RELAXATION
If you are looking for a place to relax and get a good massage, then Volta Region is a great place to visit. Many of these services can be offered at your hotel, as a separate business or even on the beach as you enjoy the sun
Voltairiens are very friendly and welcoming people. In the majority of the places you travel to throughout the region, you will be met with some of the biggest smiles you have ever seen. They are also very proud of their history, culture, wildlife, food and more, and are passionate about sharing it with others.
About the Region
The most easterly region of Ghana, bordering on Togo, the Volta Region is an area of extraordinary scenic beauty. The rolling hills and valleys, rocky outcrops overlooking Lake Volta, and lagoons, rivers and waterfall make for one of nature’s 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. From the coastal plain, fringed by sun-dappled beaches and mangrove swamps, through moist deciduous rain forests in the central belt, where Mt. Afadjato at 885m is the highest point in Ghana, to the arid savannah of northern Ghana...