Touring in Ghana is very exciting because of natural preservatives made or the beauty nature brings by itself. Tourist sites like Kakum National Park, Waterfall sites(ie Wli waterfall, Boti waterfall ), Kwame Nkrumah Avenue are very educative, creative and beautiful to have a look at.
Meanwhile ,there is another beautiful scene that is the Artificial Lake,( River Volta) but it marks the least visited tourist site in Ghana. The Volta Lake was formed by the Akosombo Dam. It had the inflow of Black river and the Nakambe. It's was a reserve River meant to support the supply of electricity in Ghana.
With various observation ,the Lake isn't only to support the electrical supply but also a fish extraction. Fishes like cat fish are found in the Lake Volta.
Most people do not visit the place because it has been formed basically for electricity supply but the interesting part of the is Lake Volta has a Lumbering site thus a timber production. It also have places for relaxation such bars and hotel rooms.
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