Visa Details


Passport & Visas are required by most non-residents except ECOWAS nationals. Ghana Missions and Embassies abroad will assist in issuing individual as well as group visas.

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Fun facts about Ghana

  • Ghana gained independence on March 6,1957, this made Ghana the first country in sub-Saharan Africa to gain independence post-colonialism.
  • On the 4th of March 1957, Martin Luther King, Jr., and his wife Coretta Scott King travelled to Ghana to celebrate independence, and they stayed till 12, March 1957.
  • The currency unit in Ghana is called the (₵) cedi. The word “cedi” was deduced from cowry which was the readilly accepted medium of exchange in Ghana before colonization.
  • The current population of Ghana is 30,138,348 as of Monday, July 29, 2019, based on the latest United Nations estimates.
  • The black star in the Ghana flag was inspired by Marcus Garvey’s Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League, which had the Black Star Line Steamship company
  • The black star in the Ghana flag was inspired by Marcus Garvey’s Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League, which had the Black Star Line Steamship company
  • Ghana was formally known as the Gold Coast, because of the abundance of gold the Europeans found in the the country.
  • In 2007, oil was discovered off the coast of Ghana Cape Three Point (CTP) . A daily production of 200,000 barrels, which could be achieved in about five years after commencement of production, could give Ghana a total revenue of approximately US$1.6 billion yearly.
  • Minerals in Ghana are extracted for the export market with the government estimating that minerals made up roughly 40% of the country’s total exports.
  • Major languages in Ghana are English, the African languages including Ga ,Ewe , Hausa, Akan.
  • Important things to note when in Ghana.

  • Wear clothes that are lighter and does not expose the skin.
  • Wear pants or long skirts when on tours. Select pants made from comfortable breathable materials such as denim or khaki.
  • Avoid short skirts and shorts, which leave your legs vulnerable to mosquitoes and other insects.
    – ** Must carry insect repellent **
  • Comfortable Trainers / Mountain climbers / Boots required – we will do a fair amount of walking.
  • At the market or on the street, start at half price for goods and services purchased / ask tour guides for assistance.
  • Please let us know if you have any special dietary.
  • Money can be exchanged at the hotel.
  • The hotel is located within 1 to 2 miles of numerous shops / activities.