Temperatures fluctuate from 30°Celsius during the dry season (October to March) to 40°C during the wet season (April to September).
Ghana was the first sub-Saharan country to gain its independence from Britain in 1957.
Did You Know?
Ghana is home to an estimated 23 million people, 10% of whom live in the capital city of Accra and its suburbs.
Death Becomes Her
Tradition dictates that tribute shall be paid to the deceased by customising caskets that represent the character traits and interests of the dead... This leads to some rather fancy coffins.
Akwaaba is a phrase you'll hear every day during your stay in Ghana, one that will keep you smiling long after your return home. It means "welcome".
Typical food dishes in Ghana consist of cassava paste, corn and plantains with meat or fish in sauce.
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