#1 Friendly People
Welcome to a land where you are met with a smile, greeted with a smile, assisted with a smile and where everyone is willing to help, teach you one of the over 20 Ghanaian languages or even give you a local name with minutes.
#2 Proverbial Traditional Ghanaian Hospitality
AKWAABA, is an expression you will hear several times daily as you travel around Ghana, one that will ring in your ears at night, and bring a smile to your face for weeks after you leave.
#3 Cultural Tourism is our heartbeat
From arrival to departure you are surrounded by the unique and very diverse cultures of Ghana. The Ghanaian culture from North to South, East to West offers special treatment for visitors that will blow your mind.
#4 Highly diversified tourism resource base
From Historical to heritage tourism you have 32 castles dotted along the coast to choose from, from nature to adventure you have beautiful rocky and sandy beaches as well as mountains and forests to hike.
#5 Natural Beauty
Ghana’s picturesque landscape is beautiful to behold. From mountain peaks to valley-lows through the gargantuan Afram Plains. Travelling from North to South or vice versa is an unforgettable experience. The forests, mangroves, grassland and rivers always keep your eye busy.
#6 Peaceful and stable
Ghana has been the most peaceful and stable country in sub-Saharan Africa but on the tenents of “Freedom and Justice” which permeates all we do and has become the envy of others.
#7 Home Away From Home
Ghana has been a home for many people in the diaspora as well many others who wish to settle down away from their original counties.
#8 Unique Traditional and Social Events
From January to December, you have an event to partake in. New Year Concerts and Music Festivals, Valentine Chocolate Festival, Easter Paragliding, Bridal Festival, PANAFEST & Emancipation, and Monthly Traditional Festivals to participate in that will leave you with lifetime memories.
#9 Sea Sun and Sand to enjoy
The tropical Ghanaian climate offers one the opportunity to enjoy our beaches at all time, partake in outdoor events,
Ghana practices sustainable tourism by encouraging non-mass tourism to preserve protected areas as well as the environment.