24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps

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Why You Must Explore These Best Places to Visit in Ghana

Ghana is a country of natural beauty, fascinating history and rich culture and a must-visit destination in West Africa. It has many attractions to entice travellers, from bustling Accra the capital city, to beautiful beaches and wildlife-packed national parks.

From exploring Ghana’s slave trade history, taking a guided tour on a rainforest canopy walkway, or sunbathing at Labadi Beach, there’s something for everyone. So get stuck into 24 of the best places to visit in Ghana based on my personal experience. 

Each attraction has a Google maps link you can use to find it’s location. I have also provided a bespoke Google maps plan at the end with all the locations to help your navigation. You can also see some of these lovely sights of the country in my Ghana gallery.

1. Mole National Park, Savannah Region

24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps
Elephant in Mole National Park, Ghana - Photo by Julianna Corbett on Unsplash

Mole National Park is Ghana’s largest national park located in the Savannah Region of northern Ghana. It’s a must-visit wildlife destination for safari enthusiasts. You can get guided tours to provide you with information about the park and animals for better insights.

There are many different types of wildlife to see including elephants, antelopes, buffalos, monkeys, and hippos in their natural habitat. It’s a wonderful serene location away from the bustling parts of Ghana and definitely one of the best things to do in Ghana.

Do bear in mind that this is a tropical forest with animals living in their natural environments and not a zoo. You are therefore not guaranteed to see all the animals on a visit!

For Google Map location click here 

2. Kakum National Park Canopy Walkway, Central Region

24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps
Canopy Walkway of Kakum National Park – Photo by demerzel21 on Adobe Stock

Kakum National Park, located in central Ghana, is another major attraction if you like nature, and for adventure seekers with a head for heights. It’s one of the largest wildlife parks in Ghana and famous for having a suspended rope-bridges canopy walk 40 meters above the ground.

The canopy walk is made of seven suspended bridges connected to seven tree platforms, providing breathtaking views of the surroundings. And yes, you must be comfortable with heights to truly enjoy this.

Some of the wildlife you may see in the park include elephants, antelopes, warthogs and various bird species. The thrilling canopy walk and the peacefulness of the forest trails, certainly makes Kakum National Park an unforgettable Ghanaian experience that shouldn’t be missed.

For Google Map location click here

3. The Larabanga Mosque,  Savannah Region

24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps
The Larabanga Mosque in Larabanga, Ghana – Photo by robnaw on Adobe Stock

Located near Mole National Park, the Larabanga Mosque is the oldest mosque in Ghana and one of the oldest in West Africa. Also called “Mecca of West Africa” and is a place of pilgrimage for muslims. 

Built around 1421 in an intriguing Sudanese style from packed mud and reeds, it has 4 separate entrances. One is for the village chief, men and women have separate ones, and the muezzin who leads the call to prayer uses the 4th.

Next to it is a large baobab tree, under which is believed to be the remains of Ayuba, a trader who apparently built the mosque. It’s nearby location to Mole National Park makes it worth visiting. Please note that non-muslims are not allowed to enter the mosque.

For Google Map location click here 

4. Lake Bosumtwi, Ashanti Region

24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps
Old wooden tree trunk lying at the edge of the lake with mountains in the background at Lake Bosomtwe in Ghana

Lake Bosumtwi (Lake Bosomtwe) is the only natural lake in Ghana, and is situated near Kumasi in the Ashanti Region. This beautiful lake is formed from a meteor impact crater over a million years ago which over time filled with rainwater.

The lush green hills surrounding the peaceful lake add to the serene beauty of the lake, making it a wonderful place to relax for a day or two. One of lovely things to do is to watch the local fishermen fishing in the traditional way on wooden planks called padua.

For more adventurous tourists, you can take part in guided hikes on one of the hiking trails around the crater rim for some lovely panoramic views.

For Google Map location click here  

5. Lake Volta and Akosombo Dam, Volta Region

24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps
The stunning lush green landscape and waters of Lake Volta Akosombo Ghana

Lake Volta, located in the Volta Region of Ghana, is one of the largest man-made lakes in the world. Built in 1965 following the construction of Akosombo Dam along Volta River, it’s a lovely place to visit with scenic lush landscape and calm waters.

The dam supplies electricity to the entire country as well as other neighbouring countries. You can go on guided tours of the dam to view it up close and to learn about its construction and operation. You can also then take a leisurely boat cruise around the lake to take in the beautiful scenery of the lake and dam.

For Google Map location click here  

6. Wli Waterfalls, Volta Region

24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps
Stunning upper Wli waterfall in Volta Region, Ghana – Photo by Thomas on Adobe Stock

There is something majestic and soothing about thunderous cascading waterfalls, and Ghana has its fair share of great ones to see.  Wli Falls, located in the Volta Region, is the tallest waterfall in Ghana and West Africa, and a must on a trip to the country. Also called Agumatsa Falls, it’s situated in a lush rainforest which enhances the sensory experience you feel when viewing it. 

There are 3 levels of falls, lower, upper, and middle falls that can be explored depending on your hiking abilities and fitness. A guided tour via an easy flattish hike through the rainforest takes people to the base of the lower falls. You can also have a dip in the cool waters of the pool at the base of the falls if you wish. Longer more energetic challenging guided hikes can also be taken to see the other 2 levels.

The best time to visit Wli Waterfall is from May to October when the falls are fuller and most spectacular. However this also means that treking to the higher levels is more challenging as the trails are more slippery. 

For Google Map location click here 

7. Boti Fall, Eastern Region

24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps
Cascading twin waterfalls between tropical trees at Boti Waterfalls in Ghana

One waterfall is exciting but twin waterfalls are even more special, and Boti Fall is a wonderful example of a double waterfall. Found in Ghana’s Eastern Region, the falls come from two rivers, and are locally called male (the larger) and female (the smaller) falls.

The falls can be reached by an easy guided hike through the forest to 250 concrete steps leading down to the base of the falls. Wonderful views of the twin falls can be seen through the forest plantation as you walk down towards the thunderous falls.

The best time to see the falls is between April to November, and earlier in the morning.

For Google Map location click here 

8. Umbrella Rock, Eastern Region

24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps
The fascinating Umbrella Rock in Asiafo Amanfro Ghana

A short distance away from Boti Falls and worth also visiting is the spectacular natural attraction of the huge Umbrella Rock. It’s a fascinating sight with an immense top rock delicately balanced on the peak of huge stone boulder, providing an umbrella like area of shade.

Standing on the stone boulder underneath the top rock provides you with a lovely view of the surrounding rainforest landscape. It can be reached via a short walk through the rainforest following a car ride from Boti Falls. Really adventurous people can climb to the top of perched rock with the help of a ladder, but I for one wasn’t risking that.

For Google Map location click here 

9. Independence Square, Accra

24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps
Independence Square with the Bowl of Eternal Flame and the Unknown Soldier Monument Accra Ghana

Ghana was the first African country to gain independence from British colonial rule in 1957. Independence Square (Black Star Square) was commissioned by the first Ghanaian president, Kwame Nkrumah. It was built in 1961 to celebrate the country’s new freedom and autonomy, and is a huge public square with3 key national monuments. These are:

  • The Independence Arch that is covered with the Ghanaian coat of arms
  • Memorial of the Unknown Soldier, honouring fallen Ghanaian soldiers, and;
  • Black Star Gate, topped by the five-pointed Black Star of Africa symbolising Ghana and African 

From a historically significant perspective, Independence Square is one of the best places to visit in Accra, and one of the most important culturally.

For Google Map location click here 

10. Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park, Accra

24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps
The majestic Kwame Nkrumah Memorial in Accra Ghana

Memorials to country rulers can be spectacular or also sometimes quite disappointing. The Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park in Accra, is a wonderful example of what an elegant memorial should be. Dedicated to Kwame Nkrumah, Ghana’s first President, the park honors his leadership role in bringing about Ghana’s independence.

It is located where Nkrumah declared independence from British rule in 1957. The beautiful redeveloped park is filled with plants and trees and several statues. A spectacular central walkway with fountain pools containing kneeling horn blower statues, lead to the park centrepiece of the mausoleum for Nkrumah and his wife.

The park is wonderful peaceful place to visit to be reminded of history and one mans vision for a stronger country.

For Google Map location click here 

11. Makola Market, Accra

24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps
Fish seller waiting for customers at her stall in Makola Market in Accra, Ghana – Photo by Renate Wefers on Adobe Stock

Visiting local markets is a great way to experience local culture and can also make for great photos. Makola Market is Accra’s largest open-air market overflowing with stalls and shops selling all kinds of goods. It’s a great place to visit to see locals haggling and buying items like fresh food, clothing like Ghanaian kente cloth, and household items.

The narrow alleyways, bustling crowd, sounds and smells make it a lovely place to experience real life and worth experiencing. Please however bear in mind, that many street vendors do not like having their photos taken so be respectful and ask first if you can.   

For Google Map location click here 

12. Labadi Beach, Accra

24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps
Magical sunset view of Labadi Beach in Accra Ghana

Ghana has many lovely beaches worth exploring. The first on this list is Labadi Beach in Accra with its fine golden sands. It’s  however not just a beach, but a thriving part of the Accra social life. Also called La Pleasure beach, it’s one of the most popular beaches in Ghana for tourists and locals looking for a fun place to unwind.  Although it’s a lovely beach, most people go there to enjoy the great sunset views and to socialise.

There are many bars and restaurants on the beachfront where you can you sit and enjoy delicous Ghanaian dishes. Evenings especially Fridays, weekends and bank holidays are party time at Labadi Beach with a mix of live and bar music and lots of dancing.

It’s one of the best things to see and do in Accra, so dip your toes in the cool waters, and enjoy the evening fun.

For Google Map location click here 

13. Bojo Beach, Accra

24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps
ojo Beach Resort Ghana Thatched Umbrella

The second beach on my list, Bojo Beach is another beautiful retreat in Accra, offering a peaceful escape from the city’s hustle and bustle. The soft white sands, and gentle waves make it an ideal spot for relaxing under the shade of the palm trees sipping fersh coconut water.

For Google Map location click here 

14. Kokrobite Beach, Accra

24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps
Boy rolling bicycle tyre at Kokrobite Beach, Ghana

Kokrobite Beach, my 3rd beach suggestion, is a good place for surf enthusiasts and beach lovers. It is said to have good surfing conditions, which as a non-surfer sounds like great fun. Besides riding waves, non-surfers like me can enjoy the beautiful sandy beach, cool waters and laid-back vibe, and local music. 

For Google Map location click here 

15. Tills Beach Resort, Central Region

24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps
The golden sands of Tills No 1 Beach in Gomoa Fetteh, Ghana

Beach number 4  on the list is the gorgeous Tills Beach Resort, one of a group of beautiful beaches in the Central Region. This is another lovely golden sandy beach with scenic views of the Atlantic Ocean perfect for lazing about sipping cocktails or fresh coconut water. You can also feast on some tasty international and local food in the on-site restaurant. 

For Google Map location click here 

16. Abandze Beach and Fort Amsterdam, Central Region

24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps
The imposing Fort Amsterdam at the top of Abandze Beach in Accra Ghana
24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps
The gorgeous golden sandy landscape of Abandze Beach in Accra Ghana

My fifth beach, Abandze Beach also situated in Central Region of Ghana, is also near to another attraction called Fort Amsterdam. This 17th century fort is a reminder of the Dutch and the British rule, and was the first slave prison in the then Gold Coast. Visitors can take guided tours to explore the fort’s dungeons and learn about its rich history. There are also great panoramic views of Abandze Beach and surrounding landscape from the fort. 

Abandze Beach itself is another gorgeous golden sands beach perfect for spending some time relaxing and strolling barefoot through the cool waters. The fort at the top of the hill at one end of the beach provides a wonderful photographic shot waiting to be captured.

For Google Map Abandze Beach location click here 

For Google Map Fort Amsterdam location click here 

17. Anomabu Beach Resort, Central Region

24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps
Deserted beach with palm trees and empty beach chairs at Anomabo Beach in Ghana

Anomabu Beach Resort is the 3rd wonderful beach located in the Central Region area of Ghana. It’s another picturesque beach with golden sands, calm waves, and inviting palm trees to lie under sipping something interesting. There is also a lovely onsite restaurant for you to indulge in tasty international and Ghanaian food.

For Google Map location click here 

18. Elmina Castle, Elmina

24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps
Weathered white walls of Elmina Castle with view of palm trees and sea Elmina Ghana

The imposing Elmina Castle, located in the coastal town of Elmina, is a powerful and sobering site. It was built by the Portuguese in 1482, and played a central role in the slave trade, with its dungeons once holding thousands of enslaved Africans.

You can take guided tours to learn more about the history including the “Door of No Return” to the various chambers and cells. Visiting Elmina Castle is more than a tourist attraction; it’s a deeply moving experience and an essential part of understanding Ghana’s complex history.

My tip for photographers in particular is to plan a visit to coincide with sunset after you have toured the castle. The views of fishing boats against the sunset horizon out to sea or towards the harbour are magical. 

For Google Map location click here 

19. Fort St. Jago, Elmina

24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps
Elmina Fishing Village and Harbour at sunset, Elmina, Ghana

Set at the top of a hill overlooking Elmina Castle and harbour, is the old weathered Fort St. Jago (Ahomka Fie). It was built by the Portuguese in the 17th century, and then became a stronghold for the Dutch. You can explore the fort and learn about its role in the colonial period through information displays. It’s elevated position provides breathtaking panoramic views of Elmina Castle and harbour and the Atlantic Ocean.

Pros tip for you:

  • visit the Fort as first preference instead of Elmina Castle if you want fantastic sunset views. You can start with the Castle and then head up to the Fort in time for sunset. Do both if you are in Elmina for a couple of days.
  • you need to walk up a steepish small road from the harbour through a more rundown part of town. This isn’t a place to be flaunting your wealth as a tourist. I would also recommend going with at least one other person ideally, as it gets very dark after sunset when you walk back down. The sunset view from the top is worth it as the photo below shows, but use your common sense and make the right decision.

For Google Map location click here 

20. Elmina Beach Resort, Elmina

24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps
Sunset at Elmina Beach Cape Coast Ghana

Just a short distance from  Elmina Castle is my penultimate beach recommendation, Elmina Beach Resort in Southern Ghana. This is another beach resort providing access to a beautiful stretch of palm tree-lined soft golden sands paradise. The stunning views, rolling waves and peacefulness of the beach make it a lovely place to enjoy your holiday. The beachside restaurant also offers delicious food and drinks to keep your stomach happy before or after you enjoy the wonderful sunset view.

For Google Map location click here 

21. Cape Coast Castle, Cape Coast

24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps
The Gate of No Return in Cape Coast Castle, Cape Coast, Ghana

Cape Coast Castle is my maternal city so you must visit for that reason alone! However there are plenty of other reasons why you should visit including the wonderful friendly people, food, coastal views and history. It also has one of the most famous things to see and do in Ghana for tourists, the impressive Cape Coast Castle. 

A UNESCO World Heritage site, it was once a hub for the transatlantic slave trade from Ghana and so has a very rich sad history. You can take guided tours to learn about the history or wander around by yourself to explore the dungeons and the Door of No Return. A visit to Cape Coast Castle is definitely one of the top things to do in any trip to Ghana.

A tip for photographers is that there are many lovely views of the surrounding landscape and local fishermen from various points along the castle walls. 

For Google Map location click here 

22. Fort William Lighthouse, Cape Coast

24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps
Fort William Lighthouse in Cape Coast Ghana

Standing at the top of a hill in Cape Coast is the interesting preserved colonial Fort William Lighthouse. Built by the British in 1820, it operated as a lighthouse and communication post, helping navigation along the West African coast.

It’s now an office building with an on-site museum, and worth a visit if you’re in Cape Coast for the history and amazing panoramic views.

For Google Map location click here 

23. Busua Beach, Western Region

24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps
A wooden beach table and chairs with a thatched umbrella with a view of the golden sands of the beautiful Busua Beach in Ghana

My final beach recommendation is Busua Beach in the Western Region of Ghana. It’s another beautiful Ghanaian paradise getaway with more warm golden sands to get your toes tingling, and body relaxing. Like Kokrobite Beach, Busua Beach  is said to be great for people who like surfing so worth exploring if you are into that.

You can also combine a visit to Busua Beach with a visit to my final recommended attractions in Ghana, the lovely Dixcove with its own Fort. 

For Google Map location click here 

24. Dixcove and Fort Metal Cross, Western Region

24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps
The whitewashed walls and cannons of Fort Metal Cross Dixcove Ghana
24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps
An old weathered lighthouse on a small island off the rocky shores of Dixcove Ahanta West District Ghana

Located in the small fishing town of Dixcove is the imposing whitewashed Fort Metal Cross, another British colonial construction from the 17th century. Like all forts it has a fascinating and sad history of changing ownership and involvement in the slave trade.

It’s a fascinating place to explore both inside the fort, and the surrounding land which provides wonderful views of the ocean and fishing boats in the harbour.

For Google Map location click here 

Final Thoughts On The Best Things To Do In Ghana

I hope the above recommendations have helped to highlight why Ghana is a country that must be on your holiday destinations list. As a country with strong colonial history, warm welcoming people, delicious food, throbbing music scene and gorgeous beaches, Ghana simply pulsates with life.

The bustling streets of cosmopolitan Accra, pastel-coloured cityscape of Cape Coast, and natural beauty of national parks and waterfalls, will be keep you captivated.

A trip to Ghana is not just a holiday, it is a journey into a piece of history and a culture that will leave you with unforgettable memories. So get planning and have a wonderful holiday experience in Ghana.

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Need a little help finding your way in Ghana?

I have created a custom Google map showing all of the above locations to help you visualise and plan your trip to Ghana. You can save this on your phone Google map app to have an easy way to see the city. Have a get time in the country and do drop me a comment to let me know how it goes.

FAQs

Q: What Safari Trips Can I Do When I Visit Ghana?

A: There are several national parks and reserves in Ghana where you can enjoy a safari trip. These include Mole National Park, Kakum National Park, Shai Hills Resource Reserve, and Bia National Park and Resource Reserve. Mole National Park is the largest wildlife reserve where you can see wildlife including elephants, baboons, warthogs, antelopes, and several bird species.

Q: What Attractions In Ghana Should I Visit To Learn About The Slave Trade?

A: Ghana’s history is steeped with colonial rulers who made fortunes from the slave trade. Some of the best places to visit and learn about the slave trade are Cape Coast Castle, Elmina Castle, and Fort Amsterdam.

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24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps

Hello, I’m Ivan.

 

Welcome to my website. I am a travel photographer based in London, United Kingdom, with a love of traveling the world to meet and photograph new people and places. I am lucky to have visited so many beautiful places and look forward to sharing some of my photographs and travel photo tips with you.

 

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24 Stunning Best Things To Do In Ghana – Your Ultimate Guide With Maps

Hello, I’m Ivan.

 

Welcome to my website. I am a travel photographer based in London, United Kingdom, with a love of traveling the world to meet and photograph new people and places. I am lucky to have visited so many beautiful places and look forward to sharing some of my photographs and travel photo tips with you.

 

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This is a personal blog and all content provided is for information only. All photographs unless otherwise stated are taken by myself and are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

 

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