IntroductionSet in the far north, at the main border crossing into Burkina Faso, the small town of Paga is renowned for its sacred crocodiles, which live freely in several pools scattered around the town center and are so tame that they can be touched by brave tourists (under the supervision of their local caretakers). Now part of a community-run tourism project, the crocodile ponds of Paga can be combined with a visit to the 400-year old palace of the chief, one of the most absorbing traditional adobe buildings that remain in Ghana, as well as the chilling slave camp at nearby Pikworo.
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