Volta-Fair-North Dayi Assembly says ready for partnerships in tourism sector

Tourism, Beach, Africa,
Tourism, Beach, Africa,

The North Dayi District Assembly in the Volta region says it is ready to partner with any interested individuals or groups to help develop some tourist potentials in the District.

Some of the tourist potentials include Jonge or Crocodile cave at Awate, Kpetome or stone cave, Apetrokpeta, the Aveme caves, and the Tsrukpe cave.

In a speech delivered at the ongoing fifth Volta Trade and Investment Fair in Ho, Mr Francis Hoetu, the Assistant District Engineer of the North Dayi District Assembly, said the District was endowed with several potentials that could turn around the economic fortunes of the people.

He said the area had arable lands suitable for crop farming with a variety of crops, including cash crops such as cocoa, plantain, cashew, mangoes, rice and others.

He said the land also supported the cultivation of vegetables in mass quantities.

Mr Hoetu said the District was also endowed with two big water bodies that could support all-year farming, particularly vegetable farming as well as supporting the establishment of irrigation facilities to support agriculture and infrastructure.

“The beaches along the Volta Lake can be developed to entertain the public, and these beaches include Aveme Amanfrom, Aveme Aworokosi, Wusuta Kpebe, Tsoxor confluence, Awate and Tsyome Sabadu.

There were cultural performances from the Wusuta Dumas Borborbor Group.

Over 300 exhibitors and 10,000 visitors are taking part in the two weeks event.

The theme is “Creating Enabling Environment for Agri-Business, Tourism and ICT Companies.”

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