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Ghana, a nation on West Africa’s Gulf of Guinea, is known for diverse wildlife, old forts and secluded beaches, such as at Busua. Coastal towns Elmina and Cape Coast contain posubans (native shrines), colonial buildings and castles-turned-museums that serve as testimonials to the slave trade. North of Cape Coast, vast Kakum National Park has a treetop-canopy walkway over the rainforest.
Capital: Accra
Currency: Ghanaian cedi
Population: 25.9 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: English

Tourist Attractions

1.Cape Coast Castle


Cape Coast Castle is one of about forty “slave castles”, or large commercial forts, built on the Gold Coast of West Africa by European traders.
Address: Victoria Rd, Cape Coast, Ghana
Construction started: 1610
Destruction date: 1661
Destroyed by: Demolition


2.kwame nkrumah memorial park


Address: Victoria Borg, Accra, Ghana


3.Bojo Beach

Address: Kokrobite St, Accra, Ghana
Phone:+233 50 945 0840


4.National Museum

The National Museum of Ghana is in the Ghanaian capital, Accra. It is the largest and oldest of the six museums under the administration of the Ghana Museums and Monuments Board. Wikipedia
Address: West Ridge, Accra, Ghana
Opened: March 5, 1957
Phone: +233 30 222 1633
Renovated: 2011
Inaugurated: March 5, 1957
Construction started: 1956


5.Kumasi Fort – Ghana Armed Forces Museum

Address: Stewart Ave, Kumasi, Ghana


1.Alisa Hotel North Ridge

Address: 21 Dr. Isert Road – North Ridge, P. O. Box 1111, Accra – Ghana, Ghana
Phone:+233 30 221 4244

2.Movenpick Ambassador Hotel Accra

Address: Independence Ave, Accra, Ghana
Phone:+233 30 261 1000