Ghana World Guides - Your Comments and Reviews

(Ghana, Africa)

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Elmina Castle
My guide at the castle was incredibly informative and knowledgeable, answering everyone's questions about the castle. It was of a very good length and I would recommend it to anyone. If choosing to visit, remember to watch out for the locals, as when looking at their craftwork and deciding not to buy any, they got very aggressive, and it was very hard to get away from them. Also be warned there is a charge for photography, so be careful taking photos.
Posted on 10/8/2015 by Phan

Re. Felt like a world away from the city
I'd recommend Labadi Pleasure Beach. Maybe a bit too crowded sometimes but definitely lots of activities, especially for children and teenagers.
Posted on 17/7/2011 by Missy

National Museum of Ghana
You can also visit the National Museum of Ghana next time you come to our lovely country, friend. It is among the oldest in the nation.
Posted on 5/6/2011 by Afafa

A key insight into the background of the country
It didn't take me long to learn that the Ghanians are incredibly proud of their history and heritage, as well as Kwame Nkrumah - the founder of their nation. I thought that a visit to the Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park would give me a key insight into Ghana's background and I was right. A compulsory attraction for history buffs and those who just like being in the outdoors.
Posted on 30/3/2011 by Dean Swift

Felt like a world away from the city
Headed to Bojo Beach as Accra was starting to get a bit too much for me with its hustle and bustle. Bojo felt like a world away from the urban sprawl and I tried to get there every morning if possible. Must admit that there wasn't much for the kids to do though.
Posted on 25/4/2010 by Richard Hickson

Fort and museum
We left the capital Accra and headed to Kumasi one Tuesday afternoon while everyone was at work. After finding a hotel, we decided that the Kumasi Fort - Ghana Armed Forces Museum would be our first port of call. This is one for those interested in the history of Ghana and its military. Just under three miles away from Kumasi town centre.
Posted on 2/7/2009 by Gail Watts