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Photo albums | Ghana Volta Region Highlights(17 images)

The Volta Region is a beautiful, green region around the enormous Volta Lake, the largest man-made lake in the world, and the Volta River. The highest waterfalls and mountain peaks are situated in this region and combined with the picturesque villages and a strong traditional cultural of the welcoming indigenous people the Volta Region offers many possibilities for (eco-)tourism.

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Atimpoku on the Volta river bankAtimpoku on the Volta river bank
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Liate Wote and Mount AfadjatoLiate Wote and Mount Afadjato
View from Mount Afadjato to Togolese borderView from Mount Afadjato to Togolese border
Tagbo Falls in Liate WoteTagbo Falls in Liate Wote
Sweet fruit from Liate Wote forestSweet fruit from Liate Wote forest
Calebas tree in Liate WoteCalebas tree in Liate Wote
Liate Wote guesthouseLiate Wote guesthouse
Volta LakeVolta Lake
Spikey tree near Volta LakeSpikey tree near Volta Lake
Canou trip on Volta LakeCanou trip on Volta Lake
Settlement on Volta Lake shoreSettlement on Volta Lake shore
Settlement on Volta Lake shoreSettlement on Volta Lake shore
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I travelled with Apollo for two weeks throughout Ghana, Togo, and Benin. I had the freedom to go where I wanted, when I wanted, as fast as I wanted, and change plans daily, all with the security of a knowledgeable guide.

Through Apollo’s professionalism, excellent conversation, courtesy, open mindedness, tolerance and enthusiasm I was able to learn and live Africa more so than many of my other trips combined. Africa is no longer a distant place on a map, or a show on T.V. but many faces, smiles, songs, smells, colors and friends to me. Travel needs to be experienced in this way.

The world needs more Apollo’s to bring us all a little closer together, understand each other better, break barriers and live and breathe a country that is not our own. Thank you for the fantastic memories, daily experiences, conversation, trust, comfort, laughs and friendship.

Can’t think of anything I would have changed.