Location

Ghana

Category

Classic Short Breaks

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Volta Eco Escape | 2 nights/3 days

A 2 nights/ 3 days trip to the Hohoe District of the Volta Region to visit Wli Waterfalls, the highest in West Africa (25m) and Tafi Atome, a village where monkeys are considered sacred and thus are treated as family by the people of the village (traditional African conservation). A hike up Mount Afadjato, Ghana’s highest peak which is 885m above sea level. Experience a beautiful view of valleys, hills, surrounding villages, the Volta Lake and a part of the Republic of Togo, Ghana’s eastern neighbour. Finally, spend time and enjoy Ghana’s unique hospitality with a local family, cooking some sumptuous Ghanaian dishes.

Min Group Size 4pax
Accommodation Yes
Food Yes
Transport Yes
Tour Guide Yes

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Cost: Starting from $435.00 per pax/double occupancy

Includes: Transportation, Entry fees, 2 Nights Hotel Accommodation, 2 Breakfast, 2 Dinners & Tour Guide Services

Min Group: 4pax

 

Day 1: Accra – Hohoe

Depart Accra to the Hohoe District of the Volta Region to visit the Wli Waterfalls, the highest in West Africa (80 feet). Take a 45 minute trek through the forest and observe the different kinds of plant species. Overnight in Hohoe (D)

Day 2: Hohoe – Mt. Afadja – Hohoe

Early morning depart Hohoe to the village of Gbledi Gborgame and take hike up Mt Afadja, Ghana’s highest peak which is 885m above sea level from where you will have a beautiful view of valleys, hills, surrounding villages, the Volta Lake and a part of the Republic of Togo, Ghana’s Eastern neighbour. Return to the foot of the mountain and have breakfast in the home of a local family in the village. We will spend a few hours with a local family. Take part in cooking some traditional foods like pounding fufu, a local meal made from cassava and experience how the locals spend their weekend. Later return to Hohoe. Overnight in Hohoe (B & D)

Day 3: Hohoe – Tafi Atome – Accra

Depart Hohoe to Tafi Atome monkey sanctuary and a tour of the village where monkeys are treated as sacred, an example of Traditional conservation. After which we will continue back to Accra (B)

 

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