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What no one told me about Ghana! 

I looked out of the window reminiscing on my experience last month. Who would have thought it would turn out this way? You cannot tell a story if you have not experienced it. The stories I heard were not my reality. Sometimes, it is good to launch out and have an experience firsthand. 

If you love adventure then Ghana is the country to visit. Ghana is a beautiful cultural field located in West Africa. It is popularly known as the Gold Coast of Africa. A visit to Ghana is complete. It is like winning a lottery. The warm people, cuisines, rich history, and tourist sites are the top reasons you should add Ghana to your bucket list. You will not regret it! 

One of the first things you notice in Ghana is the warm and expressive people. It is the land of true happiness. Ghanaians have incredible energy; do not be surprised when you make new friends on the streets. Ghanaians also express their culture in dressing: the unique “ kente” attire. A colorful clothing that has a historical significance. 

Have you heard about Ghanaian cuisine? The cultural delicacies will leave your taste buds wanting more everywhere you go.

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Ghana is home away from home! Statistics show that it is one of the most visited countries in the world. Most people that visit Ghana extend their stay to enjoy a surreal experience. Amazingly, you do not have to break the bank to visit Ghana. It is known to have a budget-friendly high tourist visitation rate. The cost of living is moderate.

Do you know that Ghana is the most peaceful country in Africa? Beyond Africa, it is one of the most peaceful countries in the world. It is known for security and stability. This unique country is said to be the most balanced country in Africa. Why worry about your safety? You are in safe hands. 

Going to Ghana is a remarkable experience because of its beautiful nature and tourism. Ghana has 16 rejoins divided into Northern and Southern parts with great places to visit and imbibe her history and rich culture. Ghana is endowed with waterfalls, lakes, beaches, parks, museums, etc.

Each place has its unique story in history. For example, a visit to the Kwame Nkrumah memorial park tells the story of Ghana’s independence. The cape coast castle; which was built to trade gold during the colonial era, tells the impact of slavery on Ghanaians. It was formerly the home of slaves. Here you find the “door of no return.”

You need to experience the breathtaking nature in the Volta region: the Wli waterfalls. It is the highest waterfall in West Africa. You can hike to the top for the experience and visit the shrine of the lesser gods from Togo. If you like a quiet place; Volta lake is your go-to place. It is the largest artificial lake in the world. It is a serene environment that helps you relax and relieve stress.

Mole National park is a must-visit! It is the heart of Ghana’s wildlife. It is home to endangered species like elephants, birds, and antelopes. It covers about 4,577 km of lush orange Savannah. It was the first park developed by Ghana. It protects about 300 species of birds and 94 mammals. 

The Larenbanga mosque has an incredible story with spiritual undertones. It is visited for its unique structure. It is a broad rectangular structure with white-washed mud walls and spiked timber sprouts. This goes without saying that Ghana has a rich religious background too. 

My trip to Ghana was amazing, and I know it will be the same for you when you take the trip. It brings some nostalgic memories, and I cannot wait for my next trip. 

The adventure in Ghana is better experienced than narrated. Do not slip on this; visit Ghana!