Ghana is privileged to have some of the most famous and well-known parks in Africa. These unique parks offer amazing landscapes, stunning sceneries, and jaw-dropping natural features. From the famous Kakum National Park, the hippo filled Bui National Park and the gargantuan Mole Park, here is a list of the best national parks in Ghana.
There is no other country in the world that we know offering such a wide range of attractions; from castles to dense rainforests, museums, beaches, to parks. Now with 16 regions, one can only imagine how many places there are to visit. Ghana has something for everyone, and in this list you will find the top attractions in each region.
Satisfy the adventurous soul inside you while pleasing your sense of aesthetic? Experience Ghana’s nature at its finest and visit Wli Waterfalls!
Join an adventure to Kakum National Park in Ghana. Traverse the canopy walkway, explore the lush rainforest, and the stunning biodiversity. With an abundance of wildlife and flora, this park is a nature lover's paradise. Learn more about practical information and how to get there to start planning your unforgettable journey. Don't miss out on this treasure trove of natural wonders!
Uncover the natural wonders of Shai Hills Reserve in Ghana—a captivating destination boasting expansive savannas, forested hills, diverse wildlife, and a tranquil escape into nature's embrace.
Located in the temperate Brong-Ahafo Region, this conservation forest teems with monkey and bird life, providing a haven for species that are sadly threatened with extinction all over West Africa. The monkeys are considered sacred and the village is charged with protecting these special animals.
Ghana has it all-for travellers of all ages. From mystical swords stuck in the ground to the biggest lake in the world and ancient towns built on water. When traveling with kids to Ghana, there are a few things to keep in mind but we are sure kids will love it!
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Discover the enchanting Aburi Botanical Garden in Ghana, a haven of lush greenery and vibrant flora. Immerse yourself in its serene atmosphere, take leisurely strolls along picturesque paths, and learn about the diverse plant species. This article explores the garden's history, highlights its must-see attractions, and provides practical tips for visitors.
Ghana has a wide variety of EcoTourism options. In this video we would like to take you along to show you some of these pearls.
These are wonderful locations ranging from the Northern Region to Greater Accra, absolutely worth a visit. Join us on this Eco-journey across Ghana!
A Yaw Pare Production, filmed by Michael Larbie.
Ghana is exceptionally large and features a diverse set of tourist attractions and vacation spots. Ghana has something for every travel addict. Here are some things you can do in Ghana.
Mole National Park is home to one of West Africa's largest populations of elephants and many other endangered species. This premier wildlife destination also boasts a rich cultural history, with evidence of human habitation dating back over 4,000 years. Visitors can explore the park's diverse flora and fauna and immerse themselves in the cultural significance and wilderness of Ghana.
It is time to put on your hiking boots, pack your meal, grab a water bottle, and apply some sunscreen because it’s time to go hiking in Ghana.
The Akosombo Dam is not only a significant landmark in Ghana but also a vital source of hydroelectric power. It is a remarkable engineering marvel. Built-in 1965, it produces electricity for the country and created the largest man-made lake globally.
Sometimes travel memories of a place cannot just be fully represented by pictures or videos - sometimes there are things you have to experience and see with your own eyes.