Ashanti Region Ghana Tours

This is the traditional Ghana that you may be most familiar with. Gold, Kente cloth and ceremony are prevalent here. Twi is the language and the people are proud of their Akan heritage. In the greater Kumasi area, there are a huge number of attractions.

Visitors can participate in several traditional events such as funerals, naming ceremonies. Royal Akwasidae held every six weeks at the Royal Palace of the Asante King, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II.

Here are the list of interesting spots that you can visit in Ghana Ashanti Region:

  • Lake Bosomtwi
  • It is located 31km southeast of Kumasi. A picturesque meteorite Crater Lake surrounded by dozens of virgin fishing and farming villages. The Lake Basin is ideal for mountaineering, diving, swimming and relaxation. Accessible by road from Kumasi.

  • Manhyia Palace and Museum
  • This is the official residence of the Asantehene. Its large courtyard and museum hold statues of past great kings and queens of the Asante Kingdom.

  • Komfo Anokye Sword
  • The ‘unmovable’ Sword of the Komfo Anokye remains in the grounds of the Okomfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, where he pushed it. It is believed the Okomfo pronounced that no one would be able to remove the sword, and so it has remained in spite of many attempts.

  • Centre for National Culture
  • The Prempeh II Jubilee Museum
  • Bobiri Forest Butterfly Sanctuary
  • Located 20km on the Kumasi – Accra highway, a quiet research centre for the Forestry Research Institute showcasing an arboretum, forest hiking trails and a butterfly sanctuary. Lodging, guiding and interpretative materials are available

  • Ntonso Adinkra Village

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