Why Travel to Ghana?
Ghana is a magical place on the west coast of Africa with epic rich cultural heritage, diverse agro- ecological zones, stable democracy and countless experiences, which stir our deepest longings. The Gulf of Guinea, which is part of the Atlantic Ocean lies south of Ghana and forms a 550 km-long coastline. The Volta River basin, including the artificially created Lake Volta (the largest man-made lake by surface area in the world), dominates the country’s drainage system. From grasslands to coastal marshes to rainforests, Ghana is home to a range of ecosystems. Visit the ‘Nzulezu Ghana’ to experience the innovation of farmers living on the 'surface of water' and their livelihood. The Nzulezu is a place with a beautiful ambiance – you can spot crocodiles and monkeys. Take a fantastic road trip to Afram Plains at sunrise for a breathtaking panoramic view of the rainforest infused with different cash crops, feel the sense of peacefulness for an unbelievably close to nature, experience untainted traditional lifestyle in farming villages, and take iconic pictures of Afrotropical rainforest. This is your chance to step outside of everyday life, learn about the agriculture systems in Ghana, and discover something truly extraordinary.