03. JEGBO FOREST HARBOURING SEVERAL MEDICINAL PLANTS
02. HORSE FOOT (HOVES) PRINTS ON A TREE @ JEGBO FOREST. IT SYMBOLISES DISPLAY OF SUPERNATURAL POWERS
01. JEGBO CROCODILE POND LOCATED AROUND THE JEGBO SHRINE
Traditional Weaving Heritage
05. MOGNORI ECO-VILLAGE
SONYO TRADITIONAL LIFESTYLE & ARCHITECTURE
07. Production of Watermelon - Nalerigu
06. Production of Watermelon - Nalerigu
05. Production of Watermelon - Nalerigu
04. Production of Watermelon - Nalerigu
03. Production of Watermelon - Nalerigu
02. Production of Watermelon - Nalerigu
01. Production of Watermelon on large scale - Nalerigu
04. African Map
From a different angle: Nature’s mystery on display. A picture of a Stone formation of African map in Bunkpurugu.
03. African Map
Nature mystery at display. A picture of a Stone formation of African map in Bunkpurugu.
04. A MUSIC INSTRUMENT
02. MOLE NATIONAL PARK
01. CRAFT WORK
04. THE WHITE RIVER
05. JABONI CROCODILE SHRINE
02. Nakpanduri Water-Falls
Water-falls at Nakpanduri, one of the most nicest tourist sites in the northern region of Ghanan.
01. The Scarp
The Bunkpurugu Scarp, a beauty and a wonder of nature.
The root of the tree where Slave Sit on for Market
A story on Saakpuli village
Slave market at Sakpuli
The root of the tree where Slaves Site on for market.
The secret place where Slaves save their money
Some of Slaves Pot
Some Slaves Eating Pot
Some of the coins used in buying the Slaves
Some Slaves Pot Been Showcased
A Slaves Eating Pot
Direct one to the Slave Market
MOLE PARK - ANTELOPE
Antelopes are also common at the Mole National Park in the Northern Region.
MOLE PARK - ELEPHANT
Visit the Mole National Park in the North and have a look at elephants and other wild animals.
Front view of the Larabanga mosque in the Northern Region.
MYSTERY STONE - LARABANGA
The mystery stone
SLAVE CEMETERY - SALAGA
Most slaves were buried here during the period of slave trade in Salaga.
SLAVE WELLS - SALAGA
One of the numerous slave wells, which served as sources of water for slaves, are scatered all over Salaga.
SLAVE MARKET - SALAGA
The sign post tells a tourist that s/he has reached the Slave Market, where slaves were sold years back.