Welcome To The Volta Region

The eastern part of Ghana known as the Volta Region was part of Trans-Volta Togoland which was an integral part of the Republic of Togo.

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2018 VOLTA TOURISM AWARDS

Awarding Excellence in the Tourism and Hospitality Sector in the Region

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History Of The Volta Region

The eastern part of Ghana known as the Volta Region was part of Trans-Volta Togoland which was an integral part of the Republic of Togo. In the past, nearly half of the Volta Region, from the coast up to Kpeve area, were part and parcel of the then Gold Coast Colony under the British.
In 1956, after the defeat of the Germans in the Second World War, the German Colony was redesignated a Trust Colony under British and French rule. A plebiscite was held to determine which part of the Trust Colony should belong to the British and the French...

ABOUT GHANA TOURISM AUTHORITY

GHANA TOURISM AUTHORITY

Ghana Tourism Authority was established by Tourism Act, 2011 (Act 817) as the main implementing body of the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture. It replaced the Ghana Tourism Board which was established by NRCD224 in 1973 as amended by SMCD80 of 1977.

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Visit the most beautiful places the earth has ever produced. 
All located here in the Volta Region.

Likpe Caves

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Tafi Atome Mona Monkeys

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Keta Beach

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Atorkor Slave Market

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Mountain Afadja

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Ave Dakpa Crocodile Pond

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Wli Agumatsa Falls

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Sitatunga Avu Lagoon Torsukpo

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FESTIVALS IN THE VOLTA REGION

ASOGLI YAM FESTIVAL (TEDUDUZA) OF THE PEOPLE OF HO

In mid-September to ending-September, the chiefs and people of Asogli State Ho and its environs celebrate their annual yam festival. This is essentially a harvest festival.

HOGBETSOTSO FESTIVAL OF THE ANLO

A weeklong festival climaxing on the first Saturday of every November, a grand durbar of chiefs and people is held at Anloga, the traditional home of the Anlo–speaking Ewes.

GBIDUKOR FESTIVAL OF THE GBI – EWES:

In November, the chiefs of Gbi (North) Hohoe areas and Gbi (South) Peki areas celebrate their festival. This festival rotates from Hohoe to Peki. It is a very colourful festival of pomp and pageantry. Chiefs are carried in palanquins amidst drumming and dancing.

AKWANTUTENTEN FESTIVAL OF THE PEOPLE OF WORAWORA (AKAN)

The chiefs and people of Worawora who are Akans celebrate Akwantutenten festival. It is celebrated between mid September and early October every two years. This festival is to commemorate the exodus of the people of Worawora from Ashanti-land to their present abode.

AGBAMEVORZA (KENTE FESTIVAL) OF THE AGOTIME PEOPLE

The chiefs and people of Agotime Traditional area, a few kilometers east of Ho, who are Ga-Adangbes celebrate their annual Kente festival in August/September every year. This is a unique festival by all standards.

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AFADJATO/TAGBO TSIKEKE FESTIVAL

In August the Chiefs and people of Liati-Wote celebrate their Tsikeke Festival. It is a festival to thank the Almighty God for being kind enough to...

AGADEVI FESTIVAL - HAVE

Significance It is a period to take stock of the past year’s activities whilst development plans are initiated. It is to foster unity among the...

AGBAMEVORZA (KENTE FESTIVAL) OF THE AGOTIME PEOPLE

The chiefs and people of Agotime Traditional area, a few kilometers east of Ho, who are Ga-Adangbes celebrate their annual Kente festival in...

AKWANTUTENTEN FESTIVAL OF THE PEOPLE OF WORAWORA (

The chiefs and people of Worawora who are Akans celebrate Akwantutenten festival. It is celebrated between mid September and early October every two...

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