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Manhyia Palace

The Manhyia Palace is the seat of the Asantehene, the Monarch of the Ashanti Kingdom, as well as his official residence. It is located at Kumasi, the capital of the Ashanti Region. The first palace was rehabilitated into a museum in 1995 and is visited by thousands of tourists yearly. Otumfuor Opoku Ware II built […]

Okomfo Anokye Sword Site

Located on the premises of the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in Kumasi is the Okomfo Anokye Sword site where the “immovable” legendary sword is buried in the ground. It is said to have belonged to Okomfo Anokye, a leader of the Ashanti people who plunged it into the earth hundreds of years ago. Kwame Frimpong […]

Larabanga Ancient Mosque

The Larabanga Mosque is a mosque built in the Sudanese architectural style in the small predominantly Muslim town of Larabanga, in the Northern Region of Ghana. It is the oldest mosque in the country and one of the oldest in West Africa, and has been referred to as the “Mecca of West Africa”. It has […]

Elmina Castle

Renowned as the first major European construction in tropical Africa, Elmina Castle, also known as St. George’s Castle (Castelo de São Jorge da Mina), in the town of Elmina in the Central Region of Ghana, was founded by the Portuguese in 1482. The site of the Castle was selected by Portuguese navigators, as it was […]

International Stingless Bee Centre

The International Stingless Bee Centre (ISBC) is a sanctuary for stingless bees and a place of environmental education and ecotourism. The Centre has different species of bees, especially African species, that do not sting but produce highly medicinal honey, propolis and other products. In addition to beekeeping, the ISBC also serves as a station for […]

Cape Coast Castle

Cape Coast Castle, located in the Central Region of Ghana, is one of about forty “slave castles” built by European traders on the Ghanaian coast (previously known as the Gold Coast). The Portuguese built it as a “feitoria” or trading post in 1555, and the settlement was named Cabo Corso. The Swedish Africa Company established […]

Akosombo Dam

The Akosombo Dam, also known as the Volta Dam, is a hydroelectric dam on the Volta River in the Eastern Region of Ghana in the Akosombo gorge. The construction of the dam flooded part of the Volta River Basin and led to the subsequent creation of Lake Volta. Called, “the largest single investment in the […]

Ote Falls

Located near Ghana’s highest human settlement of Amedzofe in the Volta Region of Ghana, Ote Falls is a hidden gem that beckons nature lovers and adventure seekers alike. Nestled amidst lush greenery and breathtaking landscapes, this enchanting waterfall offers a serene and rejuvenating escape from the everyday hustle and bustle. To reach Ote Falls, visitors […]

Mount Afadja

Rising majestically in the Volta Region of Ghana, Mount Afadja stands as one of the highest peaks in the country, offering a thrilling adventure and breathtaking panoramic views. Towering at an impressive height of 885 meters (2,904 feet), this natural wonder beckons outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers to explore its scenic beauty. Located near the […]