It is the southernmost tip of Ghana. On the map you will see one tip but when you climb the 1925 solar powered Light house, you will have a breath taking panoramic view of Ghana’s only coastal rainforest reserve, many rolling hills and the Atlantic Ocean. It also has a few secondary attractions such as hiking and exploration of its cultural present and colonial past. This old light house is a fantastic place to admire the landscape, and even catch a glimpse of the whales (August –February) and dolphins (July –November) that use this sea route during their migration. You may also see a squirrel frolicking around. A caretaker is available to give you a tour, all days of the week and on public holidays.
The drive to Cape Three Point takes visitors through several rural communities, oil palm plantations and extensive rubber plantations. You will view at firsthand how fresh rubber is collected before processing.