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Information on GhanaGhana, the first sub-Saharan country to attain independence in 1957, is one of the most developed countries in Africa with abundant natural resources such as timber, diamond, bauxite, silver hydroelectric power and gold. It was once referred to as the Gold Coast. Despite Ghana?s numerous natural resources, it has a per capita income of 2,300 USD. Located in West Africa, Ghana shares borders with Cote D?Ivoire, Togo and Burkina Faso.
Ghana is one of the most culturally diverse countries with several different ethnic groups. The native languages are English (official), and African languages including Akan, Moshi-Dagomba, Ewe, and Ga. Ghana is also the birthplace of the Kente fabric, a prestigious and expensive hand woven fabric whose texture and quality cannot be replicated industrially. The Kente that exudes charm and culture has become one of the symbols for Africa.
Accra ? The Capital City of Ghana
Located on the Gulf of Guinea with beautiful coastal beaches, laid back lifestyles and bustling city life coalesced into a rapidly sprawling city makes Accra an attractive city in West Africa to visit. Accra is the political and commercial seat of Ghana. The city of Accra, which barely sleeps has everything to over its numerous visitors. It has beautiful beaches, local, Western and Asian restaurants, lots of hotels, museums for Arts and Culture, internet cafes, to name but a few. Accra is the transportation intersect by road, train and air to other cities of Ghana and in West Africa. Visitors who come to Accra always leave with smiles on their faces, a reflection of the countless smiles they received when they came to Accra and other cities in Ghana.
Geographical DiversityGhana is a tropical country with beautiful landscapes. From the tropical rainforest sandwiched by low plains in the south and savannah grassland in the north, to several lakes and rivers, including the world?s largest man-made lake, Lake Volta. In the West Africa region, Ghana boast of some of the largest national parks, the natural habitats of some endangered spices of animals Ghana also has an impressive coastline that stretches for 539 km interspaced by several colonial forts and castles which are now tourist destinations for the many tourist who come to visit one of the world?s most friend