Digya National Park
Travel to Digya National Park – Remote Wilderness on the Shores of Lake Volta
Gazetted in 1971, Digya National Park covers an area of 3,478 square kilometres on the western shores of Lake Volta. A scenic wilderness area, the terrain is made up of undulating sandstone inselbergs with savanna woodland and gallery forest.
Digya is home to many primates including the black and white colobus monkey, elephants, antelopes and hippos. Clawless Otter have also been spotted in the park.
- Scenic setting on the western shore of Lake Volta.
- One of the best spots in Ghana for a chance of seeing African wildlife.
- Enjoy the adventure in getting to Digya!