Ghana's Beaches are distributed in hidden bays the entire length of the 536 Km coastline. They are among the wildest and most intoxicating of all Africa inviting lingering exploration of the fishing villages, the washed up palm leaves and centuries old slaveforts.
The 20 well-preserved forts from the 15th, 16th and 17th century dominate the breathtaking coastal formations of West and Central Ghana. To this place came the colonial conquerors of France, Denmark, Portugal, the Netherlands, Sweden and Prussia on their raids for gold, ivory and slaves. Now gone, the rich culture of the Arkan and Ashanti they discovered in the hinterland, has remained intact to this very day.
Surrounded by wonderful people, en route to reservoirs and waterfalls, through rainforests and national parks, past markets, goldmines, baobab trees and plantations, heading towards the palaces of the Ashanti and mud wall compounds of the Wa in the Northwest, you will be intoxicated by the smell of spices, coconut and palmoil, the sound of dragonflies in the trees and bushes of the Savannah. Perhaps you return with some kente fabric and a few pictures for body and soul, painted for you by this unforgettable Africa.
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