We have selected a few of the very best of Ghana’s tourist attractions below. See find out about ‘all’ the attractions in each region, follow the links further down this page.
Kejetia Market – believed to be the biggest market in West Africa
Kejetia Market, Kumasi, Ghana
Boabeng-Fiema Wildlife Sanctuary
At Boabeng-Fiema, 20 km from Nkoranza can be found a sanctuary of Colobus and Mona monkeys. These animals are held sacred by the local people. Visitors doing the forest walks, along shaded trails, are likely to see many birds, butterflies, and indigenous flowers and trees.
Boabeng-Fiema Monkey Sanctuary
Kakum National Park
This popular national eco-tourism park comprises 357 km2 area of virgin rainforest. It offers excellent walking tours a canopy walkway. You could sight rare butterflies and birds as well as game like the extraordinary bongo and forest elephant.
Kakum National Park, Ghana
Cape Coast Castle
Cape Coast Castle is one of the best preserved castles along Ghana’s coast can be found in the Central Region.
Cape Coast Castle, Ghana
Mole National Park
4840 km2 of Savannah and rocky outcrops that are home to 93 species of mammals, including herds of elephant, buck and small plains game. The occasionally lion and leopard can be seen resting after a kill, and the range of bird-life (approximately 300 species) is considerable.
Mole National Safari Park, Ghana
Spectacular, but seasonal, waterfalls in the forest reserve at Huhunya – 17km from Koforidua. In the immediate vicinity are cascades, at their best in June to August.
Boti Falls, Ghana
Now that you know Ghana’s ‘best’ tourist attractions, here the full list below — region-by-region.
- Ashanti Region Tourist Sites
- Brong-Ahafo Region Tourist Sites
- Central Region Tourist Sites
- Eastern Region Tourist Sites
- Greater-Accra Region Tourist Sites
- Northern Region Tourist Sites
- Upper East Region Tourist Sites
- Upper West Region Tourist Sites
- Volta Region Tourist Sites
- Western Region Tourist Sites
- Ghana – guided local tours