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Explore Ghana’s forests, from wet evergreen forest in the southwest, to dry semi-deciduous at the north and east. In this region you can enjoy the world’s largest butterfly sanctuary at Bobiri, and an internationally recognised RAMSAR site for bird-watching at Owabi. Or, paddle on a sacred crater lake at Lake Bosumtwi, and through a stilt village at Nzulezu. Adventurers can experience the Kakum Park Walkway high above the ground in the rainforest canopy, and visit crocodile ponds at Prince’s Town.
Forest      Savanna      Volta

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Bobiri Ancient trees in a virgin tropical rainforest surround the serene butterfly garden, interesting arboretum, and welcoming villagers.
Bunso At this protected forest reserve, view birds, butterflies, and local trees, and learn natural history in a peaceful arboretum.
Domama Visit giant rock shrines in a forest of vines and ancient trees, canoe ride on the River Pra, or enjoy traditional village life.

Other Area Attractions
Aburi    Ankasa    Bia     Bosumtwi    Kakum    Nzulezu    Owabi    Prince’s Town