Are you thinking of travelling to Ghana? We invite you to discover Ghana and give you 8 reasons why Ghana is a must-visit. See only a few reasons why we are happy to go there again and again.
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.
Uncover Elmina's hidden treasures with BrandElmina. Explore Elmina Castle, Fort St Jago, and the Dutch Cemetery. Experience the vibrant fish market, captivating walking tour, and enchanting mangroves. Climb Roman Hill, visit the fish processing center, and embrace the lively nightlife. Discover Elmina with us.
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.
Ghana boasts more UNESCO world heritage sites than any other country in Africa. It hosts 32 historic forts and castles and 13 traditional Ashanti buildings. Another six (6) sites are currently nominated for approval. Most of these sites are castles and forts built by European nations when they first arrived in Ghana.
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.
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Here is our ever-growing collection of interesting facts that made us curious and fascinated. Dive in and be amazed!
The harmattan season is a period during which the North-easterly Sahara trade winds rush in a desert-storm-like manner into countries of West-Africa, leaving cracked lips, skin cracked and makes breathing difficult while everything is covered in dust. Ghana, obviously, is however not left out of this adverse condition.
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!
There are many places and events highlighting contemporary, graffiti, murals and street arts in Ghana. Some of the most well-known ones are: The Chale Wote Festival, The Ghana Planetarium Science Project, and Nubuke Gallery and Foundation. Here are the reasons for visiting and what each is known for.
Introducing the beauty of Ghana and its people across the country. We take you to the city, across the mountains, through the rain forest. We show you the beauty up close and from the air.
Ghana is a wonderful place on this earth and absolutely worth a visit.
Ghana is a vast and beautiful country with so many things to do, and packing can be a little difficult.
What to wear? What pack? Find some useful tips here!
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 cosmetic industry in Ghana has grown massively and is among the top producers of beauty and health products in Africa. Ghanaian beauty and healthcare products are natural, most of them plant-based, and there are no chemicals added. Here are some health and beauty products that you might want to look for while in Ghana.
In Ghana, just like in many other countries, X-Mas and NYW are celebrated on the 25th and 31st of December respectively. Fireworks, locally known as “knockout”, gatherings in churches, Christmas dishes, like Jollof and Fufu portray X-Mas in Ghana the best. However, nothing marks these days as much as the Harmattan, coming around.
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.