Top Tourist Attractions in Ghana

Nzulezo Stilt Village

The settlement of Nzulezo, the “Village on water”, is located 90 kilometres west of Takoradi...

Cape Three Points, Ghana

Cape Three Points is at the southernmost tip of Ghana. On the map, you’ll see...

Aburi Botanical Gardens

Aburi is located on the Akwapim-Togo Range of Ghana. It’s just three quarters of an...

Mole National Park

Mole National Park is Ghana’s biggest and best National Park and is located in West...

Kakum National Park

Kakum Conservation Area is made up of mostly rain-forest comprising the Kakum National Park and...

Elmina Castle

The St. George’s Castle Museum is located within St. George’s Castle (often called ‘Elmina Castle’),...

The Du Bois Memorial Centre For Pan-African Culture

The Centre houses a research library, manuscripts, and the grave of Du Bois a famous...

Bobiri Butterfly Sanctuary

Located 20km on the Kumasi and Accra highway, it is a quiet research showcasing an...

Boti Falls

Boti Falls is located just 17km North-east of Koforidua, the eastern regional capital. For those...

Cape Coast Castle

‘Cabo Corso,’ meaning ‘short cape’, is the name the Portuguese settled on for the local...

Lake Bosomtwi

Lake Bosumtwi also sometimes spelled Bosomtwe, is a lake formed by an ancient meteorite strike...

National Museum

The National Museum of Ghana is in the Ghanaian capital, Accra. It is the largest...

Accra Cultural Centre

Showcases traditional handicrafts from all over Ghana; the centre has workshops and art galleries. There are...

Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum

Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum, also know as the Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park(KNMP) is the last resting...

Lake Volta, Ghana

Lake Volta lies along the Greenwich Meridian, and just six degrees of latitude north of...

Bonwire Kente Weaving Village

Bonwire is located 18km on the Kumasi-Mampong Road, Bonwire is popular for Kente weaving. Kente is...

Fort Metal Cross, Dixcove

The British colonial fortification, Fort Metal Cross (originally Dixcove Fort) is located on a promontory...

Paga Crocodile Pond

Located in the north-eastern border of Ghana, Paga is a sacred crocodile sanctuary. Although crocodiles are...

Special Events

Year of Return – Ghana 2019

The Year of Return is about 2019 PANAFEST/ Emancipation Day which will mark 400 years of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade in the history of the black man. It is basically to encourage our brothers and sisters of the African family to return to Ghana and for that matter Africa to invest and help develop their roots. Underscored by the United States Congress’ recently passed Act, H.R. 1242 – 400 Years of African-American Experience, the Year of Return, Ghana 2019 is the only centrally organized public-private partnership with an African nation commemorating the quatercentenary of the arrival of Africans in the United States. The Office of Diaspora Affairs at the Office of the President of the Republic of Ghana leads the steering committee, which is...

Black History Month

Black history month as known now was originally called the Negro History Week created by Carter .G. Woodson, a noted African American historian, educator, scholar and publisher. It became a month long celebration in 1976. The month of February was chosen to coincide with the birthdays of Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln, significant players in the abolishment of slavery in the United States. Black History Month has evolved over the years with other countries joining the celebrations. In the united kingdom, the Month was first celebrated in 1987 through the leadership of Akyaaba Addai-Sebo a Ghanaian who served as coordinator of special projects for the Greater London Council (GLC). In Canada, it was celebrated in 1995 after a motion by politician Jean...

Ghana Music Week Festival

Ghana Music Week Is A Music Festival Held In Ghana, West Africa To Celebrate Ghanaian Music, One Of Africa’s Thriving Music Industries. The Annually Held Festival Aims To Create Heightened Awareness And Exposure For Ghanaian Music And Its Artists. The 7-day music festival is packed with cut edging activities ranging from music workshops, concerts, award ceremony, sales and exhibitions and many more. Ghana Music Week is organised by the Musicians Union of Ghana (Musiga), Fantasy Entertainment, Showbiz Africa and National Theater Ghana and is in partnership with Coyah Productions, The R’ajwa Company and RDPR. For more information please visit the Ghana Music Week website here.
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