Cities in Ghana
- Accra — Accra is the capital and biggest city of Ghana.
- Cape Coast — the original capital of Ghana (formerly known as the Gold Coast), Cape Coast is home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a slave fortress.
- Koforidua — Koforidua is the Eastern Region’s regional capital.
- Kumasi — Kumasi is Ghana’s second-largest city and the historic capital of the Ashanti Kingdom, which is included on the UNESCO World Heritage List for Ashanti traditional structures.
- Obuasi — mining town.
- Sekondi-Takoradi Also referred to as “twin city” or “oil city.”
- Sunyani — the Capital of Brong Ahafo Region
- Tamale — Ghana’s biggest city in the north, as well as the country’s fastest-growing metropolis and the entrance to Mole National Park.
- Tema — industrial and port city on the Greenwich Meridian
Other destinations in Ghana
- Boti Falls – Near the Manya Krobo area of the Eastern Region, in the hamlet of Boti. This magnificent waterfall may be seen in Ghana’s Eastern Region.
- Eco Village Sognaayilli (Meet Africa) — a vacation with the locals at a traditional hamlet in Ghana’s northern region
- Kakum National Park — The rainforest section has a lengthy canopy walk, which is lovely to be above the trees, but there isn’t much wildlife to view other than birds. The area is believed to be home to monkeys, elephants, and antelope. At the park’s entrance, there’s a nice small museum and a café.
- Mole National Park — Buffalo, monkeys, antelope, even reintroduced lions and elephants roam the savannah; driving and walking safaris are popular, and you may even sleep on the savannah for the night.
- Paga — a town in the north that is home to tame “holy crocodiles” that dwell in numerous ponds.
- Shai Hills Reserve — The reserve, which is home to baboons, parrots, and antelope, is a wonderful day excursion near Accra; you may explore the area on horseback.
- Wli Falls — near the Togo border, amid the beautiful Agumatsa Wildlife Sanctuary
Elmina, Cape Coast, Butri, Apam, Abandze, Komenda, Axim, Dixcove, Shama, and Senya Bereku’s forts and castles are all included on the UNESCO World Heritage List.