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Greater Accra Region
Take a tour of the Greater Region of Ghana and discover attractive places.
Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum: Pay a visit to the grave side of the first president of the Republic of Ghana.
Shai-hill Resource Reserve: the closest wildlife viewing from the capital city and one of the most easily accessible. Animals to be seen include different species of birds, baboons and some reptiles.
Dubois Center: Get some insights into the idea of Pan-Africanism. Enrich yourself with historical facts and become closer to the African culture and dreams.
The National Art Centre: discover amazing craft works in the heart of the capital city. These handmaid craft works depict, to a large extent, the cultural richness of the country as you would find art works from all over the country here.
Let off your guards and allow nature to inspire and rejuvenate your soul as you make a journey through this rich and inspiring region of Ghana.
Lipkpe cave: Take an adventure into these amazingly beautiful and natural caves.
Wli waterfall: This is the tallest water fall in the West Africa. It has a lower and and upper fall and cascades between 60-80 meters. A walk through the forest of the Agumatsa wildlife sanctuary offers a chance to see a large colony of fruit bats, butterflies, birds, monkeys and baboons.
Mount Afadja: one of the highest mountain in Ghana and at an elevation of 885 metres (2,904 ft). The mountain is located in the Agumatsa Range near the villages of Liati Wote and Gbledi, in the Volta Region of Ghana at the border with Togo. It has a nearby higher pick (about 900 metres) called Aduadu and located about a kilometer east of Afadjato.
Tafi-Atome monkey sanctuary: Interact with beautiful variety of monkeys in Tafi-Atome.
Mountain Gemi: Let’s make some exercise by climbing the second highest mountain in Ghana. The town itself, Amedzofe. Is pretty much located on a very high altitude. This makes the climbing to the pick of the mountain much easier. With about 20-30 minutes climbing, one could get to the top and take an unforgettable panoramic view of surrounding towns and villages. (Please bring your binoculars along for more magical views)
Agotime Kpotoe: Visit this rich craft hub and discover amazing craft works including beautiful kente cloths. This is the home of Kente and very much worth visiting.
Volta Lake: Take a tour on one of the largest man-made lakes in the world that covers more than 8, 000.00 square kilometers. Created in 1965.
Catholic Marian Grotto at Kpando Aghenoxue: Spend a meditative moment of meditation and prayer. Come in tune with yourself and God.
Be inspired by the traditions of the most courteous but frank people Ghana. Be ready to pick up some wonderful traditional memorabilia from the region.
Boti Falls: Let nature surprise you with the Boti water falls. Boti falls is a twin waterfall located at Boti in Manya Krobo in the Eastern Region of Ghana. The natives refer to these graceful looking twin falls as female and male.
Beads market: You will certain buy some local beads as you walk through this market.
Aburi Botanical Gardens: You certainly might want to come along to enjoy the refreshing presence of various tree species and the greenery they generate.
Aburi Craft Village: What started as a modest trade in the house of one Mallam Gyekyi more than three decades ago has today become the Aburi Craft Village, still in transition to becoming the preferred destination for authentic artifacts in West Africa.
Akosombo Dam: Come and learn something on hydroelectric dam of Ghana.
the best comes from the west. From the birth place of the first ghanaian president to one of the biggest mines in africa, they are always some new things to learn.
Nzulezu: Let’s help you make an experience of an entire village build on a river.
Amanda Natural Rainforest: This natural rain forest is a home of many wonderful species of plants and animals. Have a unique experience of unaltered nature.
Fort Apollonia: take a tour through this 16th century Swedish Gold Cost fort in Ghana.
Nkroful: the Birth Place of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah our first president is the best place to learn more about him as a young gold coast citizen.
Buture: Let’s take you to Fort Batensten after which we take a ride on the Lagoon and finally help you relax and enjoy beautiful coconut rock beach.
Princess/Prince’s Town: is locally called Pokesu or Bokaso. This site is also known as the Brandenburg-built Fort, constructed in 1683. Beautiful place to visit and take a rest.
As one of the fringe communities of Cape Three Points forest reserves, it also boasts of very clean beach for holidays and picnics.
Ghana Naval Base: It’s time to get an insight into the training of some military forces and maybe try some few tricks yourself. Get some insights into the operations of the Navy by taking a tour through this facility.
Wassa Domama Rock Shrine: A natural traditional sacred rock grove.
Upper East Region
DID you know this region used to serve as a slave route. Traces of these and many more can be explored in this region.
Paga Crocodile Pond: Visit this sacred pond filled with friendly crocodiles in the Upper East Region of Ghana. While on your way there, we suggest you take your camera with you to capture interesting vast grassland views.
Whistling stone: Experience the whistling rocks of Tongo that rise from the landscape just 10km from Bolga. Ghostly whistling sounds are usually created with the wind that crashes into the sacred stones.
The Mud Cathedral: This is a catholic church, built in 1906 and later expanded in 1920 wth the walls built practically entirely with mud. Make a joint visit to this historical cathedral and the grotto.
a modern history of Africa is never complete without the slave trade. Relive the toil and pain of the trans-Atlantic slave trade from the most charming region of Ghana.
Cape Coast Castle: Learn about the slave trade and see for yourselves the places and the difficulties our great forefathers went through during the slave trade.
Elmina Castle: . It was the first trading post built on the Gulf of Guinea and the oldest European building in existence south of the Sahara. Originally established as a trade settlement, the castle later became one of the most important stops on the route of the Atlantic slave trade. The Dutch seized the fort from the Portuguese in 1637, and took over all the Portuguese Gold Coast in 1642. The slave trade continued under the Dutch until 1814; in 1872, the Dutch Gold Coast, including the fort, became a possession of the British Empire (Wikepedia)
Dutch Cemetery: The Dutch Cemetery of Elmina was constructed on the order of Governor of the Dutch Gold Coast J.P. Hoogenboom in 1806. In the middle of the cemetery, a large tomb is situated in which the most prominent people were buried, including Governor Hoogenboom. Other prominent people interred are Governor Anthony van der Eb, Carel Hendrik Bartels, R. P. Baffour, Chief Kweku Andoh, and Elmina King Nana Kobena Isyan.
Elmina Java Museum: is a Museum in Elmina dedicated to the history of the Belanda Hitam. (Soldiers recruited in the 19th century in the Dutch Gold Coast to serve in Royal Netherlands East Indies Army.
Kakum National Park: Established around 1931 and covers 375 square kilometers. It is well known for its natural reserves and the fact that it was initiated by the local people and not the government. The most notable endangered species of fauna in the park are Diana monkey, giant bongo antelope, yellow-backed duiker and African elephant. It is also an Important Bird Area recognized by the Bird Life International with the bird area fully overlapping the park area. The bird inventory confirmed 266 species in the park, including eight species of global conservation concern.
Other attractive activities of the park include the canopy walks. Kakum national park is one of only three locations in Africa with a canopy walkway, which is 350 metres (1,150 ft) long and connects seven tree tops which provides access to the forest.
Hans Cottage: A relaxing and exciting place to spend the weekend, have some meals and take a walk through nature. With great lodging rooms for the weekend. All packed in one location.
Asian Manso Slave Market.
Home to the truest and oldest African kingdom. The proudest people of Ghana. The Golden region.
Manhyia Palace Museum: Discover the history and traditions of the great Ashanti Kingdom in this all-inclusive tour of the Manhyia Palace Museum. Different videos on various gold works and history are also available to visitors.
Ashanti Traditional building: Take a look at traditional buildings and designs as made by the forefathers of the people of Ashanti.
Lake Bosomtwi: Take a dive into this spectacular and singular natural lake in the whole of Ghana. You can also enjoy a 15 to an hour boat tour on the lake. It is situated within an ancient impact crater that is about 10.5 kilometres (6.5 mi) in diameter.
Bonwire: visit the home of Kente weaving and grab some handmaid traditional woven kente for yourself.
Komfo Anokye Sword: the sword of the famous Komfo Anokye, planted into the soil by Komfo Anokye, is a naturally and spiritually fortified sawed that can’t be pulled out by any human force.
Military Museum: The Kumasi Fort and Military Museum is one of few military museums in Africa. Located in the Uaddara Barracks in Kumasi and houses some revealing and interesting artilaries of military weapons as used in ancient Ashanti Kingdom.
The Kumasi Cultural Centre, Kumasi Zoo and Kumasi Central market are also within close proximity to the Military Museum.
Rotary Park: Visit this recreational and amusement park and spend the day relaxing and refreshing yourself.
Brong Ahafo Region
The true center of Ghana is rich with some of the rarest flora and fauna in the world.
Boabeng Fiama Monkey Sanctuary: This sanctuary, located between two villages (Boaben and Fiama) is home to over 200 Geoffrey’s Pied Columbus and 500 Campbell’s Mona Monkeys. The Columbus species are black and white in color and this is the only place in Africa where one can find them in large numbers. These monkeys live in a rich forest with over 90 species of different plants and many species of butterflies.
Kintampo Waterfall: This is one of the highest water falls in Ghana and is surrounded by an endowed vegetation. This waterfall, one of the main natural attractions in the area, is hidden in the forest and it is formed by 3 main drops where the longest drop measures 25 metres (82 ft) in height, and, after a number of steps and cascades, the river falls about 70 metres (230 ft)
Tano Sacred Groove: Let the antient impressive rock formation and lots of green enrich you with the African tradional religion. This place is believed to house a god.
Center of Ghana: Take a historical picture standing right at the centre of Ghana and share it with friends and love ones. Say a prayer for our dear country standing right at this same place.
This region experiences one of the longest temperature range in the country. Hottest days and coolest nights.
Mole National Park: Ghana’s largest wildlife refuge, located at the northwest part of Ghana. The vegetation is predominantly savanna grassland riparian ecosystems.
Klumasa Crocodile Pond:
Upper West Region
Want to learn more about the slave routes? want to see the biggest land animals? Visit this region
Wa Naa’s Palace
Wichau Hippo Sanctuary:
Gbelle Game Reserve:
Gwollu Slave Defence Wall:
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