Icon House Accra Ghana

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Shop at in vogue La Maison, have easygoing lunch at Coco Lounge and a shrewd dinner at Urban Grill, trailed by drinks at Cave Bar or on the porch, and end your night at Accra's chief dance club, Carbon. Everything is conceivable in this milestone building overlooking Independence Avenue.

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Volta Region Ghana

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The biggest man-made lake on Earth is Lake Volta in Ghana. Remain in the neighboring towns of Ho or Ewe as you investigate this rich and excellent zone. Appreciate Aburi professional flowerbeds, music travels on the lake, canoeing, monkey asylums, fishing, cascades, and a Kente weaving town. In case you're available, you can climb to the head of Mount Afadjato, Ghana's tallest pinnacle.

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Lake Bosumtwe Ashanti Ghana

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Only 32km from Kumasi is Lake Bosumtwe This pit lake is just about 90 meters down and made when an enormous shooting star slammed into Earth. The lake is encircled by phenomenal path for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. Likewise, you'll find that numerous local people visit here as the lake is a consecrated sight for the Ashanti individuals.

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Tamale Metropolitan District Ghana

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Inhabited basically by the Mole-Dagomba gathering, Tamale is the nation's northern capital. There are a few ravishing mosques here and the social place has make shops, move, and music exhibitions. Viewed as the 'kitchen' of Ghana, you'll find fabulous nearby and extraordinary nourishments here. It's likely the quickest developing city in West Africa and it's additionally presumably one of the most welcoming.

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Busua Ahanta West District Ghana

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Maybe the most chill sea shore in Ghana is Busua. It's a magnet for the explorer and volunteer groups who love to come to unwind on the sea shore for a couple of days one after another. Generally 30k from the city of Takoradi and arranged right among Dixcove and Butre, the town of Busua has potential for incredible outings, making it a perfect base camp.

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Elmina Castle Elmina, Ghana

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The primary European slave trading post in Africa was Elmina Castle. Worked in the fifteenth century by the Portuguese, it is situated in what is currently present day Ghana. Throughout the hundreds of years it's been constrained by the Dutch and the British and fundamentally served the Caribbean and Brazil slave courses. You can see the extravagance facilities up top, where the Europeans stayed and afterward visit the prisons beneath where one cell held up to 200 individuals.

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Kakum National Park Southern Ghana

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A visit to Kakum National Park makes an incredible day trip from Cape Coast. There you'll find 40 warm-blooded creature species, 300 feathered creature species, and more than 600 butterfly species. The most mainstream portion of the recreation center is the covering walk. It's a string of viewing stages that are linked by sheltered and fun engineered overpasses approximately 30 meters over the recreation center floor.

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Jamestown Accra Ghana

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Jamestown is an extreme yet moving neighborhood of Accra. There's a huge amount of history to find as both the British and the Portuguese deserted a social and structural heritage. The Jamestown people group is affectionate and the climate is enthusiastic. There aren't numerous markers to explain the setting of the history that you're seeing, so a guide is an invite expansion, however certainly a bit much.

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Labadi Beach Accra Ghana

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The sea shore itself is maintained by the surrounding inns so be admonished that there is a little extra charge for those not staying there.

On the off chance that you happen to be there toward the end of the week you'll without a doubt discover some local drumming, nearby reggae groups, and a lot of spots for dancing to hiplife – a one of a kind music style that mixes hip bounce with Ghanaian culture.

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Accra ‎Greater Accra Region Ghana

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This capital city is brimming with character and emanates friendliness. Regardless of whether you're there as an independent voyager or with a family, on your huge yearly occasion or there for business, Accra has something to cause you to feel great. What tourists truly love are the numerous seashores surrounding the city – especially Labadi Beach. Accra is home to the National Museum where you'll find a considerable lot of the nation's authentic fortunes.

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