Akwaaba to the beautiful West African country bursting with rich history and culture. If youre looking for a getaway in an African country, then Ghana just be the answer. The first sub-Saharan country to gain independence, Ghana has a documented history of her jouney as you would find in the National Museum and Independence square. If you’re in Ghana during the first weekend in March, join in the annual AsaBaako Festival that takes place on the beautiful beaches of Busua.
Ghana is blessed with beautiful plains, waterfalls like the largest waterfall in West Africa-the Wli Waterfalls or the Tagbo falls, low hills, rivers, and the world’s largest artificial lake, Lake Volta. Asides the beautiful sandy beaches and diverse animals you’d find meteorite impact crater like the Bosumtwi meteorite crater. The sandy beaches around Busua, Elmina or Ada just might give the relaxing moment you need during this trip.
Tke hikes on the popular Wli Falls and visit the largest manmade lake located in the same region or jet ski in Ada.If you’re a little more advenrous, try hiking the bush paths that cuts across different towns. View the beautiful landscape that lays below after a hike on Mount Afadjatoe, Mount Gemi or the chest Mountains in Kyabobo Natural park. Lovers of wildlife would fine pleasure in watching wildlife during foot safari in Mole National Park; the mona monkeys the Tafiatome monkey sanctuary and the BaobengFiema monkey sanctuary. Who knows? You just might spot an hippo while rowing on the Black Volta River and look for hippos. If birds are your fancy, then the Xavi Bird Watching Sanctuary is where you should be.
Enjoy Ghana’s active night life with amazing music ranging from Afrobeat, high life and hiphop across clubs in Accra or Kumasi. And just maybe you can plan your trip around the colourful and bubbling culturl festivals such as the Homowo festival or the Apoo festival.