Bordered by the Golfe de Guinée, Ghana, whose capital is Accra, will offer you its numerous landscapes, each more sumptuous than the other. With tropical forests, savannahs, isolated beaches, mountains and cocoa plantations (Ghana is the second largest producer in the world!), it is the perfect trip for adventure, trekkers and nature lovers, with an average annual temperature of 27°C.


More reasons to choose Ghana for your next trip with Kamaroutes

  • Ghana was once the seat of a flourishing empire grown rich from the country’s massive gold deposits – the Ashanti kingdom. The wealth of gold reserves attracted colonies from Europe, shaping the modern Ghana as we see today.
  • The history of slavery is also intrinsic to Ghana. Forts and castles built to support the trade are reminders of the gory past. They are UNESCO World Heritage Sites, turned into museums that resonate with stories of the slave trade.

  • Music festivals and monthly traditional festivals are ways to loosen up and celebrate life, with music, dance, drumming, and plenty of food.

  • Kakum, Bia and the Mole National Park are home to thousands of wildlife and exotic bird life, with more than 5% of the land area under official protection.
  • Ghana is a tropical paradise, with waterfalls wherever you turn, rolling mountains and pristine white beaches. The incredible biodiversity and magnificent landscapes offer great hiking, surfing, and canoeing adventures. In particular, the Volta Highland region is a must-visit for its waterfalls and caves.

  • North Ghana is known for the unique centuries-old white mud mosques, build in the West Sudanese style.
  • The museums and galleries of Ghana are vivid reminders of Ghana’s tryst with history. The National Museum of Ghana at Accra, the Cape Coast Castle Museum and Elmina Castle Museum at Cape Coast, the Volta Regional Museum at Ho, and the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum and Museum of Nkroful, are places every tourist must visit to imbibe the essence of Ghana.


Busua & Nzulezu

  • Busua is a very beautiful beach where tourists can sunbathe and eat freshly cooked lobster. It is also the place where people can learn surfing and indulge in the exciting ocean activity. The place is also known for the several luxurious resorts that are situated very close to the beach. You will never go back disappointed if you choose Busua beach as the holiday destination of Ghana. Definitely try out the local cuisine from the nearby restaurants and also from the vendors present beside the beach.

  • Nzulezu is one of the most unique and beautiful places present in Ghana. The name means « surface of water » in English. The houses are built over a lagoon and all of the houses are placed on stilts. This is a place that people should visit to experience the innovation of the village people and their livelihood. These days’ tourists can even spend quality time in the hotels sitting on top of the lagoon. Tourists can enjoy swimming, diving, boating… in this place with a beautiful ambiance. Apart from the water and the houses tourists can often spot crocodiles and monkeys while at this place.

Jet skiing at Busua Beach

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