Leisure set in adventure
Tafi Atome Monkey Village
The Sanctuary is home to the Mona and Patas Monkey species. These monkeys do not only live in the nearby forest but have also made the village their home and the people have accepted them as a part of their lifestyle. A great touring experience which would let you have a feel of what nature has to offer. A Sacred groove, the Tafi Monkey Sanctuary is protected by statuary conventions and traditional beliefs.
20km from Hohoe, is the Wli Natural Reserve. This waterfall is the highest in Ghana and in West Africa. It is perennial as water cascades throughout the year. It is located at the edge of the Agumatsa Wildlife Sanctuary, which has hundreds of fruit bats and a few monkeys and antelopes. The water falls from a height of about 1,600 feet. This beautiful fall is made up of the upper falls and the lower falls.
Mount Afadja is the highest mountain in Ghana, at an elevation of 885 metres (2,904 ft.). The mountain is located in the Agumatsa Range near the villages of Liati Wote and Gbledi.
Liate Wote, home of the serene Tagbo Falls. This waterfall is incredibly beautiful. It flows from the Ghana-Togo mountain range. It is covered by green vegetation and has cages forming at the sides.
Lake Volta Estuary
The estuary is an area of great scenic beauty with river and ocean beaches, and picnic spots shaded by palm trees. The sand bars are the nesting grounds for sea birds, and endangered species of turtle are still found here.
A destination with a large variety of one day hiking tours that take you out of Accra and into the quiet and beautiful landscape around. While there is no wildlife comparable to Eastern and Southern Africa, you will enjoy nature while getting some exercise with a good chance to spot some wildlife.
The most spectacular Canopy walkway and observation post in the country with an added surprise – a 600feet zip line. An impressive flight of steps on the slopes will lead you to this unique spot in the country located at over 2,500 feet above sea level – at Obo, up the Kwahu Ridge.
Slave Market of Abonse
Abonse market was the place where Europeans goods such as cloth, basins, knives, gun and rum were exchanged for gold and slaves. Salt, fish and cattle were traded. The village still carries traces of these activities that took place during the 17 and 18th centuries.
Spectacular, but seasonal waterfall in the forest reserve at Huhunya. In the immediate vicinity are cascades, at their best in June to August.
Okomfo Anokye’s Shrine
Okomfo Anokye, a legendary priest, is credited with founding the great Asante Empire. A shrine is dedicated to his supernatural exploits at Awukugua-Akwapim. Scattered throughout the towns on the Akwapim Ridge (Awukugua, Apirede, Amanokrom, Brekuso) mysterious phenomena attributed to this 18th century priest can be found; for example, his hand and foot imprints are permanently etched in solid stone. There is also an “”Oware Board”” which he reportedly carved from ‘stone.