Boabeng-Fiema Monkey Wildlife Sanctuary is a community where monkeys and human beings live together. The inhabitants in the village always leave food outside their homes for the animals. The monkeys see human beings as their own.
The Buabeng-Fiema Monkey sanctuary, which spans 4.4 square kilometers of woodland. Mona monkeys and black-and-white colobus live there as pets. Different types of butterflies have a natural habitat in the forest. A sizable colony of rosetta fruit bats lives in the Buoyem caverns, which are concealed in a dry semi-deciduous forest. Near Fiema, there are also the old Pinihini Amovi caves.
The Brong Ahafo Region is ready to welcome you with its diversity of ethnic groups, cultural customs, and tourism attractions.
Ghana: Ahafo Region
Population: 564 668
With a total area of 39,557 square kilometers, Brong Ahafo is the second-largest region in the nation (16.6%). The Ashanti and Western Regions are to the south, the Northern Region to the north, the Volta and Eastern Regions to the south-east, the Northern Region, Cote d’Ivoire to the west, and the Ashanti and Western Regions to the south. At Kintampo, the region contains the geographic center of Ghana.
Numerous tourist attractions have been developed by the area’s nature. Some rivers flow over rocky terrain, resulting in stunning tourist destinations. As it flows toward the Black Volta, the Pumpum River creates the Kintampo Falls by plunging 70 meters down some stunning stone steps. Seven kilometers west of Kintampo, the country’s geographic center, are the Fuller Falls, where the River Oyoko runs serenely over a number of cascades reaching the Black Volta.