Ghana is a beautiful and welcoming country, a perfect blend between modern and traditional living. Known as the “island of peace” Ghana boasts one of the most thriving democracies of the African continent. The country is diverse with deep forested valleys, dense rainforest to low coastal plains. With the economy dominated by agriculture, Ghanaians are a hardworking people, with a smile normally on their faces. With English as the official language of the country, it is easy to travel around the country.
To see and do
There is much to see and do during your off time in Ghana. Here are some examples:
The area is a national park since 1932 and is located 20 kilometers north of Cape Coast. Here you go on the narrow suspension bridges between the tree-tops and get a magical view of the rainforest and its wildlife.
Paga Crocodile Pond
At the crocodile farm, you as a visitor get a real chance to come Close to different African crocodiles and alligators.
In Ghana’s mountain areas are the magical hidden waterfalls. Ghana’s biggest waterfall is located inside a forest between Kumasi and Kintampo. Another popular waterfall is Banfabiri Falls located near Kumasi.
Sun and sea
The coastal town of Cape Coast offers lovely african sun and nice beaches with cool water. Here it is lively and more tourists than at other beaches in Ghana.
The fishing village Busua is located west of Accra and is one of the most beautiful beach parties in Ghana. Here comes surfers from all aorund the world.
Cape coast castle
The fort was built during the 1600s and is today a World Heritage. It was a Place where the west traded in ivory, gold and slaves.