Ghana

Tour Ghana

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Waldemar Friesen
Volta Region
,
Ghana

Ghana is a nature lover's paradise, with its pristine rainforests, snow-capped peaks, and palm-fringed beaches. Visitors can explore the country's natural wonders by hiking through the rainforest, going on safari drives to spot lions and elephants, or relaxing on some of the most beautiful beaches in Africa.

Some of the highlights of Ghana's natural beauty include:

The Volta River, one of the world's longest rivers, which flows from Ghana into neighbouring Togo and Benin. The Volta is a great place for fishing, kayaking, and white water rafting.

Kakum National Park, home to the world's only canopy walkway. This park is a great place for bird watching, and visitors can see monkeys, elephants, and deer up close.

The Black Volta Falls, one of the most impressive waterfalls in Africa. These falls are over 300 feet high and are best seen from a boat trip on the river below.

Ghana is definitely a destination not to be missed for anyone interested in nature and wildlife!

Total land area (km2)
227,540
Total land area (km2)
Population (as of 2020)
31,072,940
Population (as of 2020)
Capital city
Accra
Capital city
Currency
Ghanaian cedi (GHS)
Currency

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Highest temperature
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Geeky Facts about Ghana

Fact 1

First country for sub-Saharan Africa to gain independence on 6th March, 1957.

Fact 2

Cocoa is one of the major export products of Ghana.

Fact 3

In the Senegalese’s Soninke language, Ghana means “Warrior King”.

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