The author moves to Ho, in Volta in eastern Ghana, and learns about the dining customs that include eating cats, rats and bats, crafts and village life.
A Londoner returns to her native Nigeria and tours neighboring Togo, Benin and Ghana, enjoying the fun of West Africa and sharing her homeland culture.
A visit to the busy market in downtown Accra Ghana. The author meets artists who create works from discarded materials and enjoys the hospitality of Ghana.
Attending a funeral in rural Ghana, guests learn about the culture of the tribe and the sound of the drums of death, something few westerners have seen.
Mole National Park, Ghana- Africa’s Cheapest Safari. Adam Black enjoys wildlife in a hard-to-reach park that’s one of Africa’s best values.
A Gold Mine Tour in Ghana. Tours are surface or underground; wellington boots and blue overalls are provided, as are oxygen packs, hard hats and torches.
Ghana: experiencing nature five ways, from meeting monkeys to riding on crocodiles backs to canopy walking in national parks
Ariel Newman interviews Brandon McKay of the One Love Foundation, which is working to improve education and health care in Asaafa, Ghana.
In Ghana, Matthew Link discovers the artists of the Ga tribe who create one-of-a-kind coffins with hundreds of different motifs, Ghana coffins have hundreds of different shapes.
Ron Mitchell visits Ghana where he finds a warm welcome from fans of President Obama, hikes in the rainforest, and samples local dishes like fufu, red-red, bantu and spicy goat soup.
Ghana: Jane Sharpe describes her volunteer homestary in Ghana and her work teaching and helping to build a school.
Woodcarving in Ghana with the Ashanti. Meeting the famous woodcarver Nana Frimpong who has carved wooden stools for the kings of his country.