Homowo Festival in Greater Accra region attracts many people every year. Food, songs, dance and joy fill the streets in appreciation of harvest.
Explore the beauty and mystique of Larabanga Mosque, one of the oldest mosques in Ghana. Built in the 15th century, this mud and stick Sudanese style mosque has a rich history and remains a sacred site to this day.
Are you interested in exploring a location with immense historical and archaeological value? If yes, then you should put Mount. Krobo on the top of your travel bucket list. Located in Ghana, this is a pristine destination that allows you to engage with nature and history.
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.
Explore the serene Nzulezu Stilt Village in Ghana. Nestled on Lake Tadane, this unique village offers an insight into a community living harmoniously on water. From its historical roots to its simplistic yet profound daily life, Nzulezu is a magnificent place to visit like no other. Nearby attractions will enrich your adventure, making a trip to Nzulezu a colourful page on your Ghana travel journey.
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.
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Nestled in Ghana's Savannah region, the Banda Nkwanta Mosque is an 18th-century architectural sample of Sudano-Sahelian design, built by Sudanese Muslim migrants.The rich history makes it a significant cultural landmark worth visiting.
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Visit Fort Metal Cross, a historic landmark in Ghana that played a significant role in the transatlantic slave trade. Unveil its dark history and step back in time.
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Busua Beach is a picturesque surfing haven in Ghana’s Western Region. This coastal gem is not just about the tranquil ambiance but a surfing hotspot with the perfect beach vibe. From riding the waves to exploring the nearby historical sites like Fort Apollonia, Busua is a gateway to diverse adventures.
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.
Tamale Metropolitan Area and the capital city of the Northern Region historically known as a trade center, today is famous for beautiful mosques and crafts.
Discover the perfect mix of adventure and relaxation at Labadi Beach, Ghana's most popular beach destination. From surfing and water sports to vibrant cultural festivals and beachside dining, Labadi Beach offers endless fun and entertainment. Immerse yourself in Ghanaian culture and experience the ultimate beach adventure at Labadi Beach.
Delve into the fascinating history of Ghana's first president at the Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park. This beautiful park is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in Ghana's cultural heritage. With its grand mausoleum, beautiful sculptures, and serene surroundings, the park offers an inspiring look at the life and legacy of one of Africa's greatest leaders.
Bole Mosque offers a fascinating glimpse into the region's rich history and architecture. The mosque's unique Sudano-Sahelian design, the welcoming local culture, and all other nearby attractions such as Mole National Park and Larabanga Mosque will add more unforgettable experiences to your trip.
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.