Flights Ghana

Ghana prides itself on being one of the friendliest countries in Africa and your cheap flights to Ghana will enable you to enjoy the welcome of the locals. With an extraordinary colonial history and a vibrant culture, this is a place that boasts an endless supply of sights and stories to enchant the visitor. From its popular beaches to a beautiful rain forest, Ghana always has a pleasant surprise around the corner.

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Your cheap flights to Ghana will enable you to explore the captivating capital city, Accra. Many visitors make for Labadi Beach, on the Atlantic Ocean, with its lively beach life of cafes serving local food and drink and impromptu performances by an ever-changing cast of characters. The city's museums are a sobering reminder that this country was a centre of the slave trade and are an essential stop on any visit. Your cheap flights to Ghana will also mean that you'll be able to visit:

  • The Cape Coast Slave Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage site
  • Kumasi, the traditional capital of the Ashanti people
  • The Mole National Park, where elephants can be seen on a walking tour
  • The impressive Wli Falls, near the border with neighbouring Togo
Many visitors use their flights to Ghana to make for the Kakum National Park, an area of virgin rain forest where you can have the experience of a walk in the rain forest canopy on a breathtaking bridge. If you're fortunate you may see not only the verdant vegetation but the inquisitive Mona Monkey. Wherever you are in the country, you'll easily be able to locate well-priced and welcoming hotels in Ghana that will suit your taste and budget.

All international flights to Ghana land at Kotoka International Airport (ACC) which is six kilometres out of the centre of the capital city Accra and many airport shuttles as well as local taxis are available at the airport to take you to your onward destination. Choosing car hire Ghana means that you'll easily be able to get off the beaten track and find the real Africa in your own way.