Tuna is a small but growing town that is located in the northwest of Ghana close to the borders to Burkina Faso and the Ivory Coast. The town is located directly at the main road that leads from Damongo to Wa.
Close to 160 villages, hamlets and individual farmsteads belong to Tuna amounting to approx. 40.000 inhabitants.
In terms of tourism, Tuna is not yet a highly developed region, it is rather off the beaten tourist track.
But should a tourist go astray and end up in Tuna, he will find a gas station with a small but good restaurant at the end of the town, where one can relax savely and have something to eat and drink.