An impressive 100km long line of cliffs that form the northern boundary of the North East region.
These mysterious and well-preserved remains of an ancient settlement on the Gambaga Escarpment were discovered in 1961.
This beautiful point along the Gambaga Scarp looks out over the White Volta River and is the site of ancient rock carvings and paintings.
One of the most recent and impressive discoveries of rock art and centuries-old adobe structures along the Gambaga Escarpment.
This large, natural cavern can be explored by hiking east from Yikpabongo.
Researchers believe these pre-historic rock paintings of hunters and animals may date back to the Stone Age.