Sirigu-Kazigu-Paga Eco Village
Enjoy the savanna reforestation project and interaction with women’s group. Also will visit Paga Pio’s palace,Nania (Pikworo) slave camp and the Paga crocodile pond.
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What's included :
- Attraction fee
- Inflator, locker
What's excluded :
- Pick up and drop off
- Setting out from the traditional village of Sirigu, which is famous throughout Ghana for its strikingly painted and uniquely constructed adobe homes, we take a short detour through the nearby village of Kazigu to meet with a women’s farming group and tour their admirable reforestation project outside the village. From here, we continue on to Ghana’s northern border with Burkina Faso, where you’ll be swept up in the ancient traditions and cultures of Ghana’s north at Paga Pio’s palace, residence of the chief of Paga and home to enchanting traditional architecture, art, and artifacts. Our next stop is just outside of Paga, where a guided tour of the Pikworo Slave Camp, a scenic and rocky area once used as a transit point for captives headed to the coast, is a fascinating and sobering reminder of the area’s tragic history. On a lighter note, and for our last stop back in Paga, the sacred crocodile ponds are a sight (and photo opportunity) you won’t soon forget! With a young chicken as bait, you can touch—and strike a pose with—any one of the semi-tamed crocodiles resident in the centuries-old pools.
Temperature: Chilly in the morning, Hot in the afternoon
Departure Point :Sirigu
Return Detail :Ghana border at Paga lorry Park
Hotel Pickup :
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- A minimum of 2 people per booking is required
- You need to be fit and generally be in good health
- Minimum age is 14 years
- No maximum age limit but the you must be strong and fit
- You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
- For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.