Discovering African generational tradition that never changes within Ghana localities is an endeavor to acquire a timeless knowledge in Ghanaian tourism, a resource that is reserved for remote tourism
Discovering more resource on Ghana (West Coast of Ghana) is out of the ordinary... Where else will you find beaches, rivers, lagoons, crocodile ponds, forests, plantations, stilt village, forts, and rich ethnic culture, all in an area the size of a large town?
Ghana West Coast offers a 182-kilometre coastline of sandy beaches (some safe for swimming and surfing) lined with coconut-palm, merging seamlessly with mangrove vegetation, high evergreen forest reserves, diverse wildlife, and a people whose vibrant culture you can sample in the fishing villages, and whose history has left behind world heritage sites. This is the land of the hospitable Nzema and Ahanta ethnic groups.
This multidimensional tourism destination area occupies the coastal part of Ghana’s Western Region, from the west of Takoradi up to the Ivory Coast. This is the most luxuriant part of Ghana, which, in spite of centuries of logging, still has the greatest number of forest reserves. This is also the region with the highest average rainfall (with an average of 1,600mm of rain deluging this part of the country yearly).
Titled: “Ghana in the hearth of Tourism” eBook has the importance in Ghana tourism based on information and Guide, you will never get lost of activities and sightseeing when touring Ghana, this is the value of this book. Security information is not left out, your relation with the local people is one of the most important, which is the key to a successful tour, with the local people you will be able to explore places with better understanding