Know About Accra, Ghana
Accra is the capital of Ghana since 1877 when Ghana was a Gold Coast colony of British Empire. It is also the country’s largest city, its administrative, communications and economic center. The city is located on the Gulf of Guinea, Atlantic Ocean. Accra has a sea port, and is a major transportation center. The local languages are Ga, Twi, Ewe and Hausa. The city is also home to several exotic beaches. Ghana sets out its eco-credentials with habitats ranging from savannah to dense rainforest and hiker-friendly mountains to relatively arid sub-Saharan plains.
Places to visit in Accra, Ghana:
Accra has a range of historic buildings which are well worth checking out.
National Museum of Ghana - Ghana's oldest and largest museum, opened in 1957.
Memorial to Kwame Nkrumah - This is one of the most beautiful memorials all over the Africa.
Labadi beach is considered the city's best beach.
Aburi Botanical Gardens - Take a day trip for Accra to visit these wonderful gardens in a slightly cooler environment then compared to the coast.
West African food is a new and interesting experience to all those who haven’t tried it before. Though each country puts it own spin on dishes, Fufu and Banku are well known Ghanaian dishes.
Med-view Airline Flight to Accra, Ghana
Kotoka International Airport (ACC) near Accra is the main gateway to Ghana. Med-view Airline offers direct flight to Lagos from Accra, Ghana (Sunday, Tuesday) and cheap flights to London Gatwick via Lagos, Nigeria. Med-view airline transport thousands of passengers from Nigeria to Ghana. Med-view airline bookings are available online and over the phone. On a regional flight to Accra, Med-view Airline Baggage allowance is 20KG and 5KG hand carry.