About Ghana

ACCRA, the beautiful capital city of Ghana is located on the Gulf of Guinea. The warmth and beauty of Accra opens up to you as you explore the city and get to know the people. Accra has a vibrant display of culture, with a variety of gastronomical restaurants and bars, art galleries, live outdoor band music and sartorial traditions. The National Theatre is a rendezvous point for theatre and symphony orchestra lovers. There are many sites to explore. The Christiansborg Castle, a fortified slave-era castle — like the Cape Coast and Elmina Castles — spreads its imposing character in the Osu community.

Historical monuments and museums such as the Dubois Centre for Panafrican Culture, the Independence square, and the Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park highlight the Panafrican struggle for independence. The city’s large open markets including the Makola market, further expand the city’s vast and colourful bazaar. Popular seafronts such as Labadi and Kokrobite beaches offer a typical entertainment experience. The Aqua Safari Resort, Shy Hills monkey and zebra sanctuary, Legon Botanical Gardens and +233 Jazz club are quintessential getaways for the Greater Accra Region. Accra also houses the head offices of major banks, trading firms, and insurance companies.

Interesting Facts about Ghana