Close to the coast at the far western side of Ghana, close to the line with Cote d'Ivoire, is a town that is exceptional on the whole of Ghana.Nzulezu is a town that has been based on braces over a tidal pond.
Nzulezu Near the coast at the far western side of Ghana, near the border with Cote d’Ivoire, is a village that is unique in all of Ghana. Spectacular scenery of the 400-year old stilt propped water settlement of Nzulezu, is a unique village built on stilts in Lake Tadane, which is home to hundreds of people in the Western Region. Nzulezu is an Nzema word meaning ‘surface of water’. The inhabitants of the village are said to have migrated from Walata, a city in the ancient Ghana Empire, the earliest of
1. Kakum National Park This extensive park covers an area of 375 square kilometres. It is located at the coastal part of Ghana. What makes this park more unique and interesting is that it was created by the people of the vicinity themselves and not an initiative of the Government. It is one of only 3 locations in Africa with a canopy walkway. The most notable endangered species of fauna (animals considered as a group; especially those of a particular country, region, time) in the park are Diana monkey, giant