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Ghana has a large population of wildlife. A visit to Ghana’s wildlife parks and other protected areas is like walking into an interesting world of nature. more >>
Ghana's castles and forts stir the imagination to scenes of exploration and offer concrete testimony to the drama of human history they are witness to one of the world's most tragic events - the slave trade more >>
Bars and Nightlife
Experience highlife music, a fusion of traditional polyrhythms and instrumentation with bright guitar lines and vocals, or hiplife, a combination of synthesized highlife and rapping. more >>
EXPERIENCE GHANA CULTURE
Azonto is an essential part of Accra's bustling fishing communities. In Jamestown, music blaring from speakers prompts children and adults to break into step.
“Asa” (which means "dance" in Twi) by M.anifest, one of Ghana’s premier Hip-Hop acts, featuring Ghanaian superstar songstress, Efya.
One of the biggest singles in Ghana this year, “U Go Kill Me” by Sarkodie, also has a video. Whenever one thinks of the Azonto dance, this song immediately comes to mind.
Professionals is a new group consisting of three artists; MC Flow, Heavy Dee-E and Chrissy Febpous, has so far released three songs titled 'Come N Do', 'Kill Person' and 'Aforjifeni'.
One of Ghana's spoken word artists/poet is Mutombo Da Poet, he emerged on the burgeoning alternative scene in 2006 and has since earned his stripes as an insightful, humorous and captivating performer across the nation.
Nii Ayikwei Parkes is a writer, editor, socio-cultural commentator and performance poet. He is a 2007 recipient of Ghana's national ACRAG award for poetry and literary advocacy. Nii's début novel 'Tail of the Blue Bird' was shortlisted for the 2010 Commonwealth Prize
Ghanaian Classical & Choral Music
The National Symphony Orchestra performs regularly at the National Theater. Here is a sample written by Ephraim Amu the Ghanaian world-renowned musician, musicologist and teacher (1899-1995).