Suhum is a town in the southern part of the Eastern Region of Ghana. Suhum serves as the capital town of a district that is very interesting for its name and well known for its trading activities. The name of the district is Suhum/Kraboa/Coaltar district, Eastern Region, Ghana.
The major economic activity is agriculture; the major cash crops include cocoa, cassava, plantain and oil palm.Due to the agricultural work of the illustrious farmers in Suhum, it has now become a norm for people to travel from far and near to trade on market days.
Suhum is a major access town from Accra to Kumasi. Some travellers from the Northern Region via Kumasi to Accra or vice versa prefer to stay over in Suhum during late nights. The Suhum Sec Tech
and the Suhum Presec SHS are some of the prominent 2nd cycle schools in the town. The Suhum Government Hospital serves as the primary healthcare facility for residents of Suhum, Eastern Region.
Attractions around Suhum
Noteworthy sites around Suhum are the Aburi Botanical Gardens, Lake Volta, Akonedi Shrine, the Slave Market of Abonse, Boti Falls, the Waterfalls of Bogo, Tetteh Quarshie’s Cocoa Farm and Okomfo Anokye’s Shrine. The Suhum Odwira festival is a favourite among town dwellers, indigenes living elsewhere and tourists. Annually, this Suhum festival is considered a homecoming event.
Hotels in Suhum
In Suhum , you are promised very affordable hotels. Oshugo Royal Hotel is on the lips of everyone in Suhum. Delako Guesthouse, Amaaco Guesthouse, Dasemok Guesthouse and Abrempong Guesthouse will ensure that you are within budget whatever be the length of your stay. Find some of the cheapest hotel rates in the industry, book one of the hotels in Suhum here.