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Why Visit Ghana?

Ghana, situated on West Africa’s Gulf of Guinea, is a nation celebrated for its rich history, vibrant culture, and economic progress. Spanning approximately 238,500 square kilometers, it boasts diverse landscapes, from the lush forests of the south to the savannahs in the north.

Ghana’s cultural heritage is deeply rooted in its diverse ethnic groups, each contributing unique traditions, languages, and art forms. The nation is renowned for its vibrant festivals, such as the Ashanti’s colorful Adae celebrations and the Homowo festival of the Ga-Dangme people.