Ghana - Travel and Tourism
A model of political stability and economic soundness in a region plagued by civil strife and violent unrest.
Go back in time and gain a greater understanding of the African slave trade by touring the castles and forts.
Ghana has a tropical climate, thanks to its proximity to the equator, which means it’s hot pretty much year-round.
You could be refused entry to the country if your passport will expire within six months of your planned departure date.
There is no better way to experience the diversity and richness of Africa’s people, cultures, and landscapes than through video.
The U.S. Department of State’s consular website has a great deal of information about safety and security in Ghana.
Ghana is divided into ten administrative regions, the largest and most populated of them being Greater Accra.
The Ghana National Museum in Accra (http://www.touringghana.com/cultural.asp) contains hundreds of exhibits.
Traveling to Ghana on business? You should read our Insiders’ Guide to African Business Travel: ACCRA, GHANA!