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GotoGhana.net is a brand and marketing solution company which focuses mainly on country insights, business endorsement and tourism promotion. We currently operate in Ghana with offices in Accra, Cape Coast, Takoradi and Tamale. Our international office is based in London, United Kingdom.

Ghana is considered as one of the more stable countries on this planet. A gateway to West Africa, and by extension Africa when it comes to business and opportunities. The people of Ghana are known largely by their hospitality and respectful nature. Once known as the Gold Coast, Ghana gained independence from British colony in 1957. The first president after independence was Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah. Ghana was the first sub-Saharan nation to break the chains of colonialism. Until recently Gold, Cocoa and Bauxite were the main export of Ghana’s export but recently, however, today oil and gas form the basis of Ghana’s economy.

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Paga Crocodile
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PAGA CROCODILE POND

The crocodiles at Paga are very friendly. Visitors can sit,
Bosumtwi Lake
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LAKE BOSOMTWI

Lake Bosumtwi (sometimes spelled Bosomtwe), is a natural lake in
Kintempo Water Falls
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KINTAMPO WATERFALLS

Kintampo waterfalls also known as Sanders falls is one of

BOTI WATERFALLS

  Boti Waterfalls is a twin waterfall located at Boti

ELMINA CASTLE

Elmina castle is one of the oldest castles built in

CAPE COAST CASTLE

  Cape Coast Castle is a designated UNESCO World Heritage

KAKUM NATIONAL PARK

Kakum National Park is in the Central Region of Ghana,

Tourism in Ghana

Ghana is located right on the middle of the earth, the Greenwich meridian and bordered on the north by Burkina Faso, on the east by Togo, west by Cote d’Ivoire and on the south by Atlantic Ocean with tropical forest, savanna and plains.
Ghana stands out as a preferred tourist destination in West Africa with natural scenic beauty, rich and glorious Capturehistory and culture, diverse wildlife and in all the hospitality of the people.  Attractions include colourful festivals,  long stretch sandy beach, lakes and rolling mountains, serene national parks and its captivating waterfalls, worldclass hotels and resorts, safe and lovely night-life.
The shores of Ghana today have become UN world heritage sites as they hold over 40 forts and castles that attest to early trading links with Africa and later transformed into slave-forts of the infamous slave trade, a chilling history which saw the exodus of African into diaspora; the plantations in the Americas and Europe. The first European Edifice found on the coast of West Africa St. George castle is found at Elmina in Ghana then known as Gold-Coast because of its richness in gold and other minerals, built by the Portuguese in 1515 after they first arrived in 1471. The British arrived in 1530, the French 1542 landed at Dixcove and the Dutch in 1593 and that signaled the beginning of rivalry for dominance between the European powers.  Other players were the Swedes and the Danes.

Ghana is noted as the home of Pan-Africanism with its founders such Du Bois and Kwame Nkrumah, functioned from here. Nkrumah later led the country to independence and became the country’ first president.Ghana attained independence from the British rule in 1957 to become the first Black African country south of Sahara to break away from the shackles of colonialism. Since independence the country had shuttled from democracy to military rule until the forth republic was established in 1992 and has been a democracy till date.

The country has often been described as eco-tourism haven, a cultural delight, a heritage lover’s passion and an  adventurer’s dream.

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Justin

KAKUM NATIONAL PARK

Hey, I took this tour last month with my friends and it felt awesome.