The Volta Region of Ghana is home to Mount Afadzato, which is the tallest mountain in the nation. It is a mountain range in Ghana and Togo that rises 885 meters (2,904 feet) above sea level.
The mountain is encircled by rich foliage and is home to many different species of wildlife, including antelopes, birds, and monkeys.
Hikers and nature lovers flock to this well-liked location to discover the breathtaking surroundings and test their mettle by scaling the mountain’s peak.
Getting to the top of Mount Afadzato requires a 3–4 hour moderately difficult journey through forests, over streams, and up steep inclines.
Hikers will come across a diversity of plant and animal species as well as breathtaking vistas of the surrounding countryside along the way.
Hikers are rewarded with expansive views over the region, including the local villages, forests, and rivers, when they reach the summit of the peak.
A tiny shrine honoring the mountain’s spirit is also there, where people can worship and honor the mountain’s significance in the community.