Tafi-Atome Monkey Sanctuary ghana

Tafi-Atome Monkey Sanctuary is not only one of most favorite tourism spot in Volta region but also in whole Ghana, You can play with lovely monkey and spend funny time in wildlife and nature in volta region. It is thought that about 200 years ago when the ancestors of current inhabitants of Tafi Atome arrived at the village, the monkeys were believed to be messengers of the gods and their protectors

tafi-atome monkey sanctuary,volta,ghana
Monkey Sanctuary

However, when Christianity became the main religion in the 1980’s, the villagers lost their reverence for the animals. To protect the monkeys and the forest they live in this Sanctuary was created in 1993 by a coalition of villagers , public institutions and NGO

tafi-atome monkey sanctuary,volta,ghana
Tafi Atome Monkey Sanctuary

Tafi Atome Visitor center is created at that time. When you reach Tafi-Atome Monkey Sanctuary , you visit this visitor center first ; You can get many information as activity to enjoy monkey sanctuary.

There are many tourist in Monkey sanctuary , from Accra with bus tour , private tourist , local Ghanaians visitors

Beautiful mountain views

Playing with the beautiful monkeys

Fun to play with the monkeys

Tourist with monkey

"Words from Edmund "In my case, I feeded banana to monkey. At that time a few monkey jump up to my shoulder and eat banana quickly and wildly so I was little bit afraid but really funny and lovely monkey. You should try once!

Monkey love fun too and banana

Fun time in the jungles

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