Accra Tourism

Accra is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city of over 4 million residents. Everywhere in Ghana's capitol is food and music and traffic. Shopping, beaches, resorts, restaurants and nightclubs of all kinds can be found alongside history, museums, culture and crafts.

Formerly known as the Gold Coast, Ghana is most famous for being the first country in black Africa to gain independence. Famous also for its friendly people and rich, colorful culture, Ghana is often referred to as the “Gateway to Africa.” It certainly is a wonderful first port of call, as it embodies so many of the good things Africa has to offer. We hope to see you in Ghana soon.

Ghana Cultural Tour

Akwaaba! Welcome to Ghana, “The Gateway and Heart of West Africa.” We invite you to join us on an unforgettable journey into a land rich in history, tradition and culture – a land whose people are noted for their warmth, friendliness and hospitality. Ghana’s history spans almost 2000 years, to the riches of the ancient Ghanaian Empire.
Abundant trade in gold, ivory, salt and kola nuts between Ghana and other African nations eventually drew Europeans to the shores of West Africa and to the country known as the Gold Coast. From the legendary Ashanti Kingdom to the vibrant streets of Accra, you will find virgin beaches, bustling markets, and historical sites steeped in sad, inhumane histories.
In Ghana, you will appreciate exquisite arts and crafts and experience cultural drumming and dancing that will touch your very soul with its intensity. Come, relax and enjoy Ghana’s culture, beauty and warmth.

Places to Visit in Accra

Accra is one of the few places in the country where the old and new come together in a peaceful harmony. There are evidences of the past that remind one of the good ol' days. However, this does not in any way deter the modernization of the city. Culture and tradition are upheld here in the city of Accra.

The following are some of the places you can Visit in Accra

  • Jamestown
  • Oxford Street in Osu
  • Makola Market
  • Independence Square
  • Osu Castle
  • Accra International Conference Center
  • W.E.B Du Bois Memorial Centre for Pan-African Culture
  • Labadi Beach
  • Fancy Coffin Workshop
  • Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park
  • Shai Hills Resource Reserve
  • Center for National Culture (Arts center)

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