Which ocean is in Ghana?
Situated on the coast of the Gulf of Guinea in western Africa, Ghana is bordered to the northwest and north by Burkina Faso, to the east by Togo, to the south by the Atlantic Ocean, and to the west by Côte d’Ivoire.
What are Ghana’s main rivers?
Rivers of Ghana Rivers of Ghana: VOLTA River, Birim River, Pra River, Tano River, Ofin River, VOLTA River, Birim River, Pra River, Tano River, Ofin Ri.
Does Ghana have a river?
The two major tributaries of the Volta are the Oti and Afram rivers. Together, the rivers drain the Volta Basin. Ghana’s other significant river systems are the Densu, Birim, Pra, and Ankobra. All arise on the south side of the Kwahu Plateau and flow directly into the Gulf of Guinea.
Where are the major rivers of Ghana located?
It is bordered to the south by the Gulf of Guniea, and surrounded by the countries of Togo, Burkina Faso and Côte d’Ivoire. The major geographical feature in the country is Lake Volta, which helps to feed 4 of the six biggest rivers in the country, the Red Volta, White Volta, Black Volta and the Volta.
Where are the names of the mountains in Ghana?
The location of the mountain is Agumatsa Range, near to two villages in the Volta Region (border with Togo) namely Gbledi and Liati Wote. The interesting bit is that the name’ Afadja’ is the name of this high mountain and the ‘to’ is an Ewe word that means mountain.
Where does the drinking water come from in Ghana?
This is because half of the drinking water that is consumed in Accra is from the Densu River. The 116 kilometer river is located in the South East part of Ghana and it rises in the Atewa Range stretching all the way to the wetlands just close to the Atlantic Ocean.
Which is the second largest dam in Ghana?
The dam is actually the second largest electricity producing dam in the entirety of Ghana. Notable of the river is the opportunities it grants the residents proximal to it. being an employment creator, it cuts through two major towns.