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The coastal savanna plains around Accra and the Volta Region include opportunities to stand beside the tallest waterfall in West Africa, explore a sacred monkey sanctuary, or climb the highest mountain in Ghana. Go marine turtle-watching at Ada Foah’s estuary coastal beaches. Visit archeological ruins and bat roosts, bird-watch at numerous RAMSAR sites, or go canoeing in mangrove swamps.

Forest      Savanna      Volta

Community-Based Ecotourism Projects

Amedzofe Hike tranquil forest to ascend Mount Gemi (2500 ft.) for panoramic views, then descend to the peaceful waterfall.     
Liate Wote/Tagbo Falls Age-old villages nestle around Mount Afadjato (at 2950 ft., Ghana’s highest), and the challenging hike has a waterfall swim as reward.
Tafi Atome Mona monkeys are sacred in this tropical forest full of flowers, and the village holds traditional weavers, drummers, and storytellers.
Xavi Take a Lotor River cruise in a local canoe to view unusual birds and wildlife, or visit a legendary Baobab grove and local animist shrines.

Other Area Attractions
Adafoah    Adaklu    Agumatsa
Shai    Shiare