Ghana

Ghana is strikingly a beautiful country in Africa. It’s a great place to stop by for an all-around tourist experience without sacrificing anything. From historical significance, modern wonders, and pristine nature, it’s a remarkable place that tourist love. Starting with Tradition and Culture, visit Manhyia Palace in the Ashanti region. It’s a hands-on experience of the Ghanaian culture, specifically the Ashanti region. Also, there are multiple cultural festivals you can attend while in Ghana, for instance, Homowo, Kundum, and Foo, among others.  

For historical discovery, start with Kwame Nkurumah Memorial Park and Mausoleum. Thereafter visit Elmina Castle and journey to a distant past. Afterward, visit the Cape coast to learn about the Portuguese slave trade among other historical facts. And if you love game viewing try Kakum National Park, Paga Crocodile Pond, and Mole National Park. They have a magnificent collection of wildlife.

Lastly, eco-tourists will love the adventure around Lake Bosumtwe, Busua, Lake Volta, and Nzulezu. Also feast on Ghanaians favorite dish, Fufu is a perfect way to complete your vacation. 

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