Places To Visit
Kintampo Fall and Walkway
Flow with nature and enjoy serene breathtaking scenery from the new walkway across the river
Mole National Park
Come up close with wildlife on Safari in the largest protected area in Ghana and discover Mole
Cape Coast Castle
Cape Coast Castle is the largest of the buildings which contains the legacy of the trans-Atlantic slave trade and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Ntonso Adinkra Village
Print your own cloth at Ntonso, where the popular wax print Adinkra cloth, with its well-known symbols imbued with tradition and proverbial wisdom is made
Shai Hills Reserve
The nearest wildlife area to Accra and home to 31 species of mammals, 175 species of birds and hundreds of butterfly species.
Nzulezu Stilted Village
This unique village rests entirely on stilts and platforms. It was founded over 500 years ago and overlooks the jungle-bound Lake Tadane.
Paga Crocodile Pond
Discover the culture around this sacred pool where you can take selfies with protected crocodiles
Adanwomase Kente Village
Visitors are welcome in Adanwomase, which offers guided tours and a chance to buy your very own piece of kente cloth.
Tafi-Atome Monkey Sanctuary
The Mona monkeys inhabiting the tropical forest surrounding the small village of Tafi-Atome have been protected due to popular belief they were messengers of the gods.
Asumura Rockfowl Sanctuary
The Asumura area is home to one of Ghana’s last remaining populations of the white-necked rockfowl.
Kakum National Park
Welcome to Ghana’s most visited attraction, tucked away in the Assin Attandanso Reserve with its popular Canopy Walkway that offers visitors spectacular scenery and a fascinating wildlife experience along with modern camping facilities.