Fort Prinzenstein in Keta, Volta Region, Ghana is a historic fort with a history dating back to the transatlantic slave trade. The Danish traders built it in 1784 to trade textiles, gold, ivory, and slaves. Visitors can visit the ruins and learn more about fort's role in slavery. It provides a window into a tragic period in human history.
Welcome to the Volta region of Ghana
Explore and discover the beauty of the Volta Region in Ghana. It lies in the southern part of the country and borders Lake Volta to the east and the Republic of Togo to the west. The regional capital, Ho, is the administrative and commercial capital of the Volta Region.
Experience the region's renowned food, welcoming people, and natural attractions such as the Wli waterfalls, Mountain Afadja, Mountain Adaklu, Atome Monkey Sanctuary, and picturesque beaches along the coastline. Local delicacies like Banku and Okro soup, Dzemkple, and abolo are not to be missed.
Don't miss out on the unforgettable experience of visiting the Volta Region when planning your trip to Ghana and create beautiful memories.