An amazing village where life goes on in the centre of lake Tadane, just 90km west of Takoradi. The houses are built on stilts, and traditional village life adapts to the watery conditions.
The excursion from Beyin involves a walk through the reeds at the lake’s edge, and a trip in a dugout canoe to the village. The village welcomes visitors everyday.
Built by the Dutch in 1656 at Butre, and handed over to the English in 1872. The fort is now in partial ruins and overlooks one of the most manificant beaches in Ghana at the Estuary in the Butre River.
This intact wet evergreen forest is a zone of great botanical beauty and richness with some 300 plants pieces per hectre.
It could find elephants and antelopes in the forest.