Ghana has a rich natural treasure made up of 16 National Parks, Resource Reserves and Wildlife Sanctuaries, which are open throughout the year.
From the savannah of the coastal plains, the dense tropical forest and the grassland of the north to the life-giving water bodies and wildlife
Ghana has rich culture, expressed in the diverse ethnic groups and their way of living.
This is seen in their food, festivals, custom etc
The Castles and Forts of Ghana constitute treasures par excellence, a legacy of the historic past as much to modern Ghana and Africa as to the world at large.
Recognizing their unique place in world history, the World Heritage Convention of UNESCO has designated Ghana’s castles and forts as World Heritage Monuments.