Ghana is the most interested country to spend your carefree weeks in, you will miss none of the essential ingredients: a buoyant tropical setting, abundant sunshine throughout the year, sandy palm-fringed and ‘unpopulated’ beaches, fine hotels, good food and probably the friendliest people on earth. If you love adventure, you will have many choices: come cross the bar with our intrepid fisherman at sea or make a canoe trip that you will never forget. You can even pretend to be Robinson and wait on a lonely sandbank. Meantime, you could take occasional dips into the tepid ocean, savor fresh coconut and do some fishing: herring, barracuda, tuna, and blue marlin. We’ve got them all.
If it must be a tour into nature, welcome to any of our numerous National Parks and Nature Reserves: Ankasa, Kakum, Mole, Boabeng-Fiema, and Shai. Whichever one you visit, you will come back with a whole new outlook of life. And if you are for heritage and society, Ghana will give you a perfect, rare blend: a moving historical past and a vivid culture. Ghana has the world’s highest concentration of slave castles and forts. Every bigger town on her littoral has a well-preserved stone witness to bring the painful past back to memory. When all of this proves too much to stomach, forget about it, put on your dance shoes and come dance with us. We have the capacity to transform both happy and unhappy events into happy occasions. We love drumming and dancing. And this is why we have more than thousand festivals.
Ashanti Region is an administrative region in Ghana centrally located in the middle belt of Ghana. I t lies between longitudes 0.15W and 2.25W, and latitudes 5.50N and 7.46N.
GREATER ACCRA REGION
Greater Accra Region is the smallest of the 10 administrative regions in terms of area, occupying a total land surface of 3,245 square kilometres or 1.4 per cent of
BRONG AHAFO REGION
Brong Ahafo Region was created on 4th April 1959 (by the Brong Ahafo Region Act No. 18 of 1959). The Act defined the area of the Brong Ahafo Region to consist of the
Northern Region is the largest area of Ghana. As of 2009, it is divided into 20 districts. The region’s capital is Tamale. Climatically, religiously, linguistically, and
Central Region is one of Ghana’s ten administrative regions. It is bordered by the Ashanti and Eastern regions to the north, Western region to the west, Greater Accra
Volta Region is one of Ghana’s ten administrative regions. It is to the east of Lake Volta. Its capital is Ho. The Volta region of Ghana, lies to the east of the Volta lake.
Eastern Region, with an area of 19,323 square kilometres, occupying 8.1 per cent of the total land area of Ghana, is the sixth largest region of the country. A total of 2,106,696 population for the
Western Region covers an area of approximately 2,3921 square kilometres, which is about 10 per cent of Ghana’s total land area. The region has about 75 per cent