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Officially the Republic of Ghana, this is a country located in West Africa. It is bordered by the Ivory Coast, Burkina Faso, Togo, and the Gulf of Guinea. Accra is the capital and largest city of Ghana. The city is the economic and administrative hub of the country. Ghana is often the country of choice for first time visitors to Africa.
Ghana is one of the world’s top gold producers. Other exports include cocoa, crude oil, natural gas, timber, electricity, diamonds, bauxite, and manganese. The Government of Ghana has leased oil drilling permits to companies such as the US-based Amoco Oil, Petro-Canada International, and Diamond Shamrock in areas throughout the country. There are many locations for office space throughout Ghana.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Ghana features many great places to visit such as several UNESCO World Heritage Sites that include the Cape Coast Castle and Elmina Castle. There are many national parks such as Kakum National Park and Mole National Park. The country is known for some of its annual cultural celebrations such as Panafest. Kakum National Park is a great rainforest offering an extended canopy walk above the treetops. From here you can enjoy a variety of birds and some other wildlife, including monkeys, elephants, and antelope. The park offers a museum and a cafe at the entrance. Mole National Park is at the other end of the spectrum. Instead of a rainforest, this is a savannah, a flat grassland featuring buffalo, monkeys, antelope, and even lions and elephants. There are walking and driving safaris through the park, as well as options for camping. Another interesting trip is to Eco Village Sognaayilli. This sight offers a traditional village where you can meet and interact with the local people. Ghana’s traditional dishes include fufu, made from pounded balls of yam, plantain, or cassava. It is served with soup and a side of goat meat or fish. Soups in Ghana are traditionally made of groundnuts, palm nut, okra, and other vegetables.
All International flights into Ghana go through Kotoka International airport in the city of Accra. You can also access Ghana from the surrounding countries via bus. Bus services connect to Ghana from Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso and Abidjan, Ivory Coast. Within Ghana, there are no rail links, but bus services provide efficient inter-city connections. The bus company, VanefSTC (owned by Greyhound), provides links between Accra, Kumasi, Cape Coast, Tamale and Bolgatanga. A passenger ferry also travels along Lake Volta between Akosombo and Yeji.