Things to do for Luxury Travelers in Ghana
- 1Ghana2 reviews
This is my favorite spot in Ghana. It's near the small town of Kintampo. This isn't a place where monkeys sit in cages for people to come and stare at them. Rather, this is a community that reveres the local populations of mona and colobus monkeys. The people of the community and the monkeys have a long and beautiful history ...Popular with
- 2Barnes Road, Accra, Ghana3 reviewsPopular with
- 3Manhyia, Kumasi, Ghana2 reviews
Manhyia Palace and Museum Manhyia Palace, the residence of the Kings of Ashanti since 1924, is also nearby. The palace complex consists of the old palace, the new palace (1970), the King's courts, the Queen Mother's Palace, Secretariats and an Institute of Ashanti Studies. It is open throughout the week and can be toured with the permission of the Public ...
- 4Zongo, Kumasi, Ghana1 review
The biggest market in West Africa. Twenty thousand traders come together six days a week in the center of Kumasi, Ghana's second largest city. Kumasi Central Market was moved here in 1922, between the railways station and the main highway intersection and truck and bus loading yard at Kejetia Circle.
- 5Accra Ghana3 reviews
The Volta Region is absolutely stunning, and a visit to Volta Lake and hiking the falls in Wli-Afegame is a must!Popular with
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- 13Village of Brenu Akyinim, 15km west of Elmina, Ghana1 review
The beach is just about perfect but the seafood at the restaurant is what I remember most. Agnes, the woman who runs the place, is very helpful.Popular with
- 16North Ridge Crescent, Ghana3 reviews
The Jazz group was one of best I've heard outside of the US. We didn't try the food, just had drinks. The next time we will have h2o. Small watered down drinks will spoil the fun at any party. My friend who normally does not drink ordered a Baileys single shot WITH ice was finished in two sips, so we ...Popular with
- 19Elmina, Ghana1 review
the old castels are interesting also to walk arround.