Top Five Places To Go When You Visit Ghana

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Ghana Formerly known as Gold Coast, is one of the best and safest country to visit in Africa. The Country is located in the west of Africa, with a population of over 31 million citizens.

Ghana have 16 regions. With over ten tourist attraction site in Ghana. Today we will let you know the top five Places visit when you plan to visit the country.

Don’t forget to add it to your bucket list or To-do list. In no order, the first on the list is

1. The Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park

The Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park is the final resting place of Ghana’s first President Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. President.The museum houses some of Nkrumahs’s personal items and chronicles Ghana’s move from colonial rule to independence.

2. The Black Star Gate

The black star Gate is located in the capital of the country Accra, Ghana. It contains monuments to Ghana’s Independence struggle.

3. Osu Castle

The osu Castle known as the Fort Christiansburg is located in Osu, Accra Ghana on the coast of the Atlantic ocean. The castle was opened in 1659 and was occupied by Denmark and Norway in 1660.

4. Kakum National Park

Kakum National Park Is on the coast of southern Ghana. it has an area of rainforest and also house’s the endangered mammals like the forest elephant, bongo antelopes and many more. it was established in 1992.

5. The National Museum Of Ghana

The national museum of Ghana is located in the capital of the country (Accra). It is the largest and oldest of the six museums under the administration of the Ghana museums and monuments board. The building was opened on 5th March 1957 as part of the Celebration of Independence.

Ghana is one of the peaceful nation in the world. And because of its historical background and how friendly the citizens are, most foreigners choose the country for vacation.

With here being one of the safest place on the planet, the country will be glad to receive you. Don’t forget to visit the second largest region in Ghana “ The Ashanti Region ” and learn about the Rich Ashanti culture.

 

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