The largest city in Ghana, visitors headed to Accra will fly to Kotoka International Airport (ACC) before beginning their onward journey.
Once the British-owned capital of the Gold Coast, Ghana became independent in 1957 and since then has become a busy metropolis rich in spirit, modern ingenuity and time-honored tradition. For travellers, Ghana s dedication to its independence has made its tourism industry shine and guests can expect dedicated, courteous and attentive service anywhere they visit.
Kotoka International Airport (ACC) is the country's premier airport and serves over 2.5 million passengers a year. Terminal 1 is largely for domestic flights whilst Terminal 2 serves long haul and international customers. The airport offers free wifi.
Hints and Tips:
The Simret restaurant serves amazing and authentic Ethiopian cuisine and for Ghanese delicacies, choose the restaurant Buka for dellicous and spicy soups and stews. No matter where you eat, keep an open mind and be willing to try something you have never tried before.
Rested, refueled and ready to see the sights, travelers should focus on three main beaches: Bojo Beach, Coco Beach and Kokrobite Beach. After, visit the Wheel Story House (made entirely out of recyclables) or for something more exotic, a variety of day tour agencies are available to take you into the heartlands of Ghana.