Hailed as West Africa's golden child, Ghana deserves its place in the sun. With
its welcoming beaches, gorgeous hinterland, rich culture, vibrant cities, diverse
wildlife, easy transport and affable inhabitants, it's no wonder Ghana is sometimes
labelled 'Africa for beginners'. Ghana offers something for everyone. Grab a cheap
flight to Ghana from the UK and experience a country of breathtaking, unspoilt natural
If it’s gorgeous beaches you are dreaming of. Dream no more. Ghana is fortunate
to have 540km of stunning, spectacular white sandy coastline. Most of it is undeveloped
and many of its beaches are like private paradises waiting to be explored. To the
east are Ada, Keta and Prampram, and to the west, Brenu, Busua, Anomabo and Axim.
In the capital, Labadi Beach is a major attraction for locals and visitors.
Tour the castles of Cape Coast and Elmina to learn about the Ghana’s moving history
of slavery. As you travel through Ghana’s diverse landscapes make a stop at Nzulez
village. There you will see all the village’s buildings all constructed on stilts.
This is truly a beautiful sight.
Go hiking in the majestic mountains, climb waterfalls and swim in the former German
Togoland, Ghana's Volta Region in the east or travel further north for amazing wildlife
watching, which Ghana has in abudance. Kakum National Park is a must with it’s regal
rainforest canopy walks high above the treetops where you can spot the diverse species
of exotic birds, butterflies and monkey’s. Wake up at dawn to the wonderful sight
of the monkey’s having breakfast in the treetops.
Join the world's most inexpensive safari at Mole National Park where large game
like elephants can be seen. While hippos can be viewed at Bui National Park by canoe.
If you long for the calm beauty and solace of rural Africa then be sure to visit
areas like Kumasi, where the ancient Ashanti kingdom resides and where you can watch
famous crafts being created and woven. These also make ideal gifts for family back
home. Beautiful fishing villages dot the coastlines and are wonderful places to
experience real communities and real lives of Ghana’s people.
Ghana has ten regions which each have their own culture, customs, food and festivals.
The regions are extremely diverse, from the hubbub of Accra to the stunning savannah
of the North, each region has something to offer the traveller.
Ghana has no obvious landmark tourist attraction like the Eiffel Tower in Paris
or Mount Kilimanjaro in Kenya - its beauty and intrigue lies in everyday life, from
its bustling markets to palm-lined beaches and famous hospitality, you will never
be bored in Ghana. Please contact us to book your flight and/or create a bespoke
package for you.