Africa - Ghana (Chapter)
This is the Ghana chapter from Lonely Planet’s Africa guidebook.
With its welcoming beaches, gorgeous hinterland, rich culture, vibrant cities, diverse wildlife, easy transport and affable inhabitants, Ghana could be ‘Africa for beginners’. Its coastal forts are poignant reminders of history, while the north shelters a different religion, culture and geography. This harmonious diversity is a joy to experience.
- tour the castles of Cape Coast and Elmina to learn about the history of slavery
- go hiking, climb waterfalls and swim in the former German Togoland, Ghana’s Volta Region in the east
- join the world’s most inexpensive safari at Mole National Park
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Accra, The East, Akosombo, Amedzofe, Tafi Atome & Tafi Abuipe, Wli Falls, The Coast, Kokrobite, Anomabu, Cape Coast, Kakum National Park, Elmina, Takoradi, Busua, Akwidaa & Cape Three Points, The Centre, Kumasi & around, Lake Bosumtwe, The North, Tamale, Mole National Park, Bolgatanga, The Northwest, Wa and Wechiau Hippo Sanctuary.
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