6 Best Places To Visit In Ghana – Number 6 Is Ghana’s Popular CEMETARY That Makes People Humble

Tafo Cemetary
Tafo Cemetary

Ghana is proof that amazing things come in small packages.

Considered to be one of Africa’s true success stories, this country is enjoying a stable democracy and incredible development.

The combination creates joyful energy across the country.

With Ghana, you get beautiful hinterland, sunny beaches, rich culture, lively cities, welcoming locals, tons of wildlife, and easy access to all parts of the country.

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There’s a big difference between northern and southern Ghana – including different religions, geography, and culture.

But you’ll still feel like the country is one harmonious unit. If you’ve never been to Africa, Ghana is known as ‘Africa for beginners,’ making it a perfect destination for those who want to get their feet wet.

1. Accra

Accra, Ghana

At just over two million inhabitants Accra is the largest city in Ghana.

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This capital city is full of character and radiates friendliness.

Whether you’re there as a solo traveler or with a family, on your big annual holiday or there for business, Accra has something to make you feel comfortable.

What tourists really love are the many beaches surrounding the city – particularly Labadi Beach. Accra is home to the National Museum where you’ll find many of the country’s historical treasures.

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You can also visit the National Theatre, International Trade Fair, the Kwame Nkrumah Memorial, Independence Square, and W.E.B. Dubois Centre.

At every turn, you’ll find markets, incredible food, wonderful music, and lots of traffic! Top it all off with a trip to one of the many coffin shops in Teshie.

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SOURCEthebbcghana.com
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