reasons to visit ghana

If joining Magazine Training International and Christians in publishing from around the world isn’t enough, then come to see the beauty and culture of Ghana.

  1. The artisans – A visit to Accra’s largest market, Ghana Makola Market, will delight you with every ware imaginable. Not only will you get a glimpse into theeveryday life of Ghanaians, but you’ll get to enjoy the colorful work of its talented artisans. Learn more
  2. Mole National Park – Home to about 93 species of mammals, including African elephants, Nolan warthogs, and spotted hyenas, Ghana’s largest wildlife refuge should be on your list of places to visit. Learn more
  3. The Coastline – Ghana has over 560 kilometers of tropical coastline. While the more pristine beaches are a little further away from Accra, the beauty and relaxed vibe you’d expect at the beach are still present. Learn more
  4. The History – Ghana’s coast is littered with castles and fortresses which are remnants of its painful history as a major hub for the Transatlantic Slave Trade. A visit to the Cape Coast Castle will be harrowing but informative. Learn more
  5. Vibrant and artistic culture – The Artists Alliance Gallery boasts three stories of artwork and crafts of both the well-known and up-and-coming artists of Ghana. The pieces vary from woven Kente cloth to canvas paintings. Learn more

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