The culture emphasizes modesty in attire, with women favoring dresses and skirts. People in the villages live in traditional mud huts, removed from stores. The community embraces diverse religions, fostering peaceful coexistence between Muslims and Christians, though converted Christians may face family issues. English is spoken by many children and teachers with the help of translators. However, there are many tribal languages as well and may require the use of multiple translators. The culture prizes hospitality and generosity, exemplified by the craft of “Bolga baskets” in Bolgatanga and neighboring villages.