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Highlights Ghana

  • Ancient forts
  • Interesting history
  • Diversity of fauna
  • Cape Coast
  • Lake Bosumtwe
  • Kumasi

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Vacation rental prices Ghana

$129for 3 Dec - 10 Dec
$183 annual average
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Vacation rentals availability Ghana

81%for 3 Dec - 10 Dec
80% annual average
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Vacation rentals in Ghana

The natural and culturally rich region that awaits you in West Africa

With its secluded beaches, rich culture, ancient forts and monuments, and diversity of fauna and flora, Ghana will cast a spell over you, you won't want to leave, don't say we didn't tell you! Its tropical forests and areas with colonial architecture will give you an idea of all that you will learn in this African territory, that's why you deserve a good place to stay. Holidu has options in Accra, Ashaiman, Tema, or even a few kilometers away from Bojo Beach or Korle Gorhno Beach in the Greater Accra Region.

Diversity is everything, find out where you can stay!

From flats to vacation homes in luxurious areas to more simple ones is what you will find in Ghana thanks to Holidu, just check what you have in budget and Holidu will give it to you: places with great modernity and all the comforts of terraces, barbecue, gardens and interiors with beautiful furnishings, plus fully spacious living rooms with tons of things to do for your amusement. Also, there are alternatives near the beach areas that are simpler and cooler with large balconies where you will be able to appreciate the expanse of the sea and the city, in turn, all added to a spacious interior with well-equipped bedrooms and bathrooms.

Vacations in Ghana

The area and getting around

Tell me more about where Ghana is

You are going to know Ghana as one of those most famous regions in West Africa, it is a land of great historical registry and a culture rooted with natural attractions unique of its kind. This African country is situated right in the western region of the continent of Africa, it is bordered to the north by Burkina Faso, but to the east by Togo, and to the west by the Ivory Coast, and to the south by the Gulf of Guinea. An interesting geographical curiosity about Ghana is that it is one of the countries through which the Greenwich Meridian crosses the eastern part of the region

Ghana is a nest of learning and enjoyment

This African country has beautiful natural regions that rival many others in the world, its beaches are welcoming, and the interior of Ghana is simply wonderful with its diverse culture, vibrant cities, friendly people and pleasant environment - there's a reason why it's one of the most popular of Africa! That's why you should hike in places like the Volta Region, which has fertile farmland flanked by rocks and an entire rim of mountains that have unforgettable views and are ideal for hiking, and if you want to see what everyday life is like in Ghana, Accra is the place to visit and walk around, so you can go on a tour and meet the locals and become one with their culture.

Travelers and activities

Ghana for culture lovers

We know it and so do you: the best way to learn about a new country's culture is to become one of them or join in their customs, which is why Accra should be your first stop if you want to learn about their daily lives. This capital city is characterized by the friendliness of its habitants and the character it possesses, every step of the way you'll find fascinating markets, music, traffic, and places to eat delicious local food. One of the most unique places in this city is the beaches that surround the city, especially Labadi beach. There is also the National Museum, where you can see many of the countries well-known treasures, historical artefacts that are not to be missed! And on top of all this, you should also visit places like the Kwame Nkrumah Memorial, the National Theater and much more.

Ghana for history lovers

A historical place you can't miss on your visit to Ghana is the Cape Coast, which was once the colonial capital of Europe and is one of the most important cultural points on the African continent. It was originally called Cape Corso by the Portuguese and was the slave trading post of West Africa. Here, they brought the slaves and locked them in the deep city and then loaded them on ships to sail to the New World. This place will move your emotions and show you how impressive the history of this country has been and all the emotions that are evident in these locations. Today, it's a fishing village that's adorned with old colonial buildings and streets perfect for strolling; here you can explore Kakum or Elmina National Park.

Did you know that Ghana's literature is among the oldest in all of Africa?

Top 5 travel tips in Ghana

1. See Kakum National Park with your own eyes

From Cape Coast you can take a day trip to a natural wonderland of incredible beauty: Kakum National Park. Not only will you be treated to unforgettable views, but you'll also get to see 40 species of mammals and 300 species of birds, plus a remarkable diversity of butterflies that will leave you in awe. The viewing platforms are connected with safe suspension bridges that are no less than 30 meters above the park floor.

2. Learn about what Ghana's history was and has been

The National Museum of Ghana is a must on your trip undoubtedly, an ideal tourist spot for those who love history. Here you will see a variety of exhibits that are dedicated to the ancient slave trade in the Atlantic and all the lives of Africans that were drastically changed by it. It is also an ideal place to get an explanation of the ethnographic diversity of modern Ghana. Here you will have in front of you all the past, domestic objects, art and so on, including the real Ashanti tools.

3. A beach that's as relaxing as its surroundings

A beach that's as relaxing as its waters: without many waves, ideal for families or for seeking the peace you need that's Busua Beach. Although it might be the coldest of them all, it's still a magnet for backpackers and also for people who want to relax. It has amazing hiking potential, so you could easily set up camp here.

4. We told you about wildlife diversity, here it is!

Mole National Park is the place for family safaris, here you will have a spectacular conglomeration of a vast savannah with African elephants, buffalo, warthogs and many other species; there are even almost 100 species of mammals and three times as many birds here alone. Here you can walk and drive safaris, it's unique!

5. Only a few kilometers from Kumasi you will find this tourist site

Only a few kilometers from Kumasi you will find a crater lake that is approximately 90 meters deep, the result of a meteorite that collided with the earth a long time ago: Lake Bosumtwe. It is surrounded by beautiful trails where you can go hiking, take your bike and drive around the area and even horseback riding. This place is special, even sacred to the Ashanti people. If you want a relaxing weekend visit, this lake is a suitable alternative.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Ghana

On average, how much do vacation rentals in Ghana cost?

Our data shows that Ghana had an average price of $131 per night, a relatively high one compared to the countries in Africa.

During which months can you find the best price for vacation rentals in Ghana?

According to our most recent data, the months that are the cheapest in Ghana are May, April and June, with average prices of $98, $112, and $114, respectively.

During which months are vacation rentals more expensive in Ghana?

Analyzing the data from last year, we found that costs per night for accommodation here are usually higher, on average, during the months of December ($148), January ($148), and October ($145).

Should I plan a trip to Ghana well in advance?

Here, last-minute travelers are welcome, since the average availability in Ghana is 73%, which is above average for Africa, based off last year.

What time of the year can I find more available vacation rentals?

The best months to find free accommodation in Ghana are February (the average amount of properties that are available reached 78% of the total last year), March (77%), and September (77%).

When are fewer rentals available in Ghana?

According to data from last year, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Ghana are, in order, January (with 63% of available rentals), December (64%), and November (71%). However, there is no need to worry because even during the busiest months the availability rate average is 66%. So you will have no trouble finding your dream rental no matter the time of year.

How many vacation rentals does Holidu have in Ghana?

We have 1,300 properties for you in Ghana, provided by our 5 local and international partners.

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