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In northern Ghana is the eye of the region, and is a great place to take in the best attractions and experiences the sphere has to offer.
Visit Kukuo Pottery Village, enjoy great local dishes, drinks and lodging, check out the northern Ghana music scene, visit the Mole National Park and Visit the King’s palace whilst taking in all the dynamic culture Tamale has to offer.
Also known as the Garden city, Kumasi is one of Ghana’s major cities, and it is the capital Ghana’s Ashanti Kingdom. Kumasi has it all, nature and wildlife to tribal history and local food.
Visit the Manhyia Palace Museum, Explore Kejetia Market, the National Culture Centre, go to the Boabeng Fiema Monkey Sanctuary and visit Lake
Bosomtwe, and so much more.
Lagos is an active and socioculturally diverse city. There is so much to do there if you know where to look.
Lounge on the Beaches, visit the Freedom Park, Spice Up Your Nightlife, Scuba diving – Yes, you can do this in Lagos. Witness an “Owambe”( “it is there.”) Party, enjoy the Eyo Festival and treat Yourself to Fine Nigerian Dining
A city comprising the twin cities of Sekondi and Takoradi. It has amazing fishing villages
It also has an annual street carnival, which is popular with tourists.
There is also the village of Nzulezu which is a popular tourist site, in the Western Region.
Visit the capital city of Nigeria. Abuja is famous for it’s architecture, such as the National Mosque and Mama Africa Arts and Craft Village.
It’s the place to get the best of Nigerian jollof and Dashikis.
Visit the National Monuments, Jabi Lake, relax at the Millenium Park and climb the Aso Rock. With a myriad of lounges,peppersoup joints, and nightclubs, having a good time in the city is not a problem.
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