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A few of the many interesting tourist sites in Ghana
The Kumasi Zoo
The Kumasi Zoo is located in the heart of Kumasi, the Ashanti region capital. It has about 160 animals to give tourists a good time. Looking to take shots of animals in their natural habitat? This is the place to be.
It’s got several snake species, birds, and other mammals you’ll hardly find anywhere. It occupies a wide area to stroll around with your family and friends.
The Eastern Region of Ghana is also blessed with a beautiful tourist site including the Boti Falls. It comes in two, giving it the twin tag considered to be a male and female falls. It’s fun having to experience the flow of the water and beautiful if you only want to capture some shots of nature.
How would you feel to take a picture under an umbrella made of nothing but a rock? Yes, that’s exactly what the Umbrella Rock offers you. It’s located in the Yilo Krobo District of Ghana and offers a better spectacle when the areas are viewed from the top.
Of course, you’ll need to endure the grueling journey to the summit if you really want to experience this nature’s gift of beauty.
Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park & Mausoleum
Kwame Nkrumah remains an iconic figure in the history of Ghana.
Being the leader of the struggle for independence and the first president of Ghana there’s so much that Ghana remembers him for.
Located in Accra, serving as the final resting place of Kwame Nkrumah, you’ll learn more than just the life of the man, also known as the Osagefo as well as know various significant milestones of the country.
Take a visit to this sacred pond containing crocodiles and you’ll be amazed by what you see. Like all crocodiles, it can be scary to get closer. However, these are friendly and would even allow you to pat their backs or even sit on them once you gift them a fowl.
Can’t take the plunge? No worries. The guards are there to offer you assistance at every step of it. Have fun!
Canopy Walk-Central Region
The Kakum National Parks are other great tourist sites in Ghana you’ll love to be if you love nature. It’s got several tree species within a thick to impress you. It’s located in the Central region of Ghana which is about three hours’ drive from Ghana’s capital, Accra.
Aside from the beautiful greens, the site is prominently noted for its canopy walk. To complete this adventurous feat, one must go past seven bridges that span a distance of 330 meters. The Kakum National Park will test your level of bravery. Try it!
Larabanga Mosque – Northern Ghana
Located in Larabanga in the Northern Region of Ghana is the oldest mosque in the country.
History has it that it was built in 1421 and is usually referred to as the Mecca of west Africa. Apart from its historical connection, it is also popular for a number of reasons.
It’s notable for being built with mud with sticks sticking out around the entire body of the facility.
It is believed that there was a Muslim named Ayuba who was passing by the place and needed some rest. He got asleep and woke up dreaming about the mosque. Mysteriously, he woke up to see the foundation had been laid already leaving the remaining to complete. Interesting. isn’t it?
Experience Cultural Tourism ( Visual, Performing and Culinary Arts ) and Eco Tourism of Ghana. Through our regular various themed trips and group tours of Ghana, we expose interested Travelers and the Diaspora to the rich History and Heritage, Nature and Landscape, Creatives Arts, Culture and Hospitality of Ghana.
Creative and Cultural Arts Tour of Ghana
Ghana has expansive and exciting creatively rich Music, Performing Arts, Visual and Fashion scene. Experience Ghanaian culture through the lens of the Creative and Cultural Arts.
Tour Ghana from a Native’s perspective by immersing yourself in the many music facets of Ghana (both traditional and modern), indulge and learn about the rich Visual and Performing Arts and Fashion scene of Ghana (both traditional and modern)
History and Heritage Tour of Ghana
Whether you just want to learn about the rich History of Ghana or learn about your African Heritage, the Historical and Heritage Tour of Ghana takes one on an immersive journey that explores the centuries past of Ghana, including tours of UNESCO World Heritage sites and an authentic link to the cultures of an African ancestry for the Diaspora and History enthusiast.
Eco Tourism of Ghana
Take an Ecology Tour of the vast and diverse landscape and nature of Ghana. Experience and see Ghana’s miles of idyllic beaches, picturesque coast, unique West African landscapes and nature reserves, the grasslands and mountains of the interior and the fringes of the southern tip of the Sahara desert in the northern part of Ghana. Immerse yourself and learn about how natives live off the land, indulge with nature along with preservation efforts.
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