The North is the largest region in Ghana, and another granary of the nation. Our farmers produce substantial harvests of rice, maize, millet, sorghum and other food crops. Because of its size, visitors traveling through the region will discover distinct changes from landscapes and architecture of the southern regions. As travelers range further north, the distinctive traditional mud-walled villages, (that are similar to those found in Mali and Burkina Faso), which adapt so well to the demanding climate of the region, provide interest side trips.

Salaga Slave Market
The slave route is located at Salaga, where the Trans-Sahara caravans paused in Salaga market. Leg pegs of the ancient can still be seen in the market places.

 

 

 

Larabanga Mosque
13th century mosque, believed to be the first built by Moorish traders, it is one of the holiest site in Ghana. Its distinctive façade has been widely photographed. There are so much more than you can imagine.


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