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Travel to Ghana

Ghana captivates visitors with its breathtaking natural beauty that feels almost otherworldly.


From vast savannahs to lush forests and serene beaches, Ghana offers a diverse range of landscapes that promise more than just stunning photo opportunities! 


Experience thrilling adventures like hiking through lush rainforests, exploring ancient forts and castles, and relaxing on pristine beaches. Nature enthusiasts will be delighted by the country's rich biodiversity and unique ecosystems.


Don't miss the chance to immerse yourself in Ghanaian culture by visiting various ethnic groups that offer rich traditions and vibrant lifestyles to explore. Must-visit destinations include Kakum National Park for its canopy walkway, Mole National Park for wildlife viewing, and Cape Coast Castle for a historical journey.


Vibrant, diverse, and utterly captivating, Ghana serves as an exciting gateway to exploring West Africa's treasures!

Key facts

  • Currency: Ghanaian Cedi (GHS) 
  • Population: 34.6 million
  • National dish: Fufu
  • Bottle of beer: 13 GHS
  • Offical language: English
  • Hello: Hello
  • Capital city: Accra
  • Minimum wage: 18.15 GHS/day
  • Annual temperatures: 24°C - 30°C

Our trips to Ghana


Ghana's culture is a vibrant blend of traditions, customs, and lifestyles influenced by over 100 ethnic groups. Traditional Ghanaian music encompasses a range of rhythms, from the lively beats of Highlife to the intricate drumming of Adowa, each echoing the country's rich ethnic tapestry. Dance forms like Azonto and Kpanlogo are not just performances but expressions of identity and community spirit.


Family ties are strong in Ghana, with extended families often living together and communal support being a cornerstone of society. Major festivals such as the Homowo, Aboakyer, and Panafest are vibrant celebrations that bring communities together, offering a glimpse into Ghana's cultural depth. Through storytelling and oral traditions, Ghanaians pass down ancestral wisdom, legends, and folklore, ensuring that their heritage continues to thrive for generations to come.

Best time to visit

Ghana experiences a tropical climate with two main seasons: the wet season and the dry season. The best time to visit Ghana is during the dry season (November - March).


This period offers lower rainfall and cooler temperatures, making it ideal for exploring the country's diverse landscapes, visiting national parks, and participating in outdoor activities. This is also the best time to experience vibrant cultural events, such as the Homowo and Aboakyer festivals!

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