The country of Gan

Ghana is located in the western part of the African continent, Gwinean Gulf. The capital is the city of Akra.


There are two markets in the country of Ghana, one Macolas Market, the other Kanesha Market.   Military parades are held on the Jamstown Peninsula. In the Accra, the Center for Arts is located, it is a museum, an exhibition center, and is also a place for various festivals. The botanical garden of Aburi is located north of Akkra. Not far from Akkra is the city of Cobrobit, where the Academy of African music and art is located. On the coast of the city are ancient forts, as well as a large number of fishing villages.

In the west of Akkra, there is a village of Senya Beraka, which is very popular thanks to an excellent beach.   The city of Cape Kosta became famous thanks. Not far from the city is the Kikum National Park, in which antelopes, monkeys, elephants, and birds are guarded.

Undoubtedly, it is worth visiting numerous festivals of Ghana passing in the country, among them the “Deer Hunters Festival”, “Bakan”, “Aquasidi” and “Panafest”.

National cuisine

Soups are used in traditional Gan cuisine, they are prepared on meat broth, in which they add a lot of starch, various spices and vegetables. In Ghana, you can also try soup made of peanuts, palm nuts and Yams leaves, with special sauce and bananas, which are the highlight of this kitchen. The property of traditional cuisine is also puree from Yams, a banana that are made by balls. Ganski cuisine is characterized by seafood. To dessert, local people prefer different fruits, fried bananas. As well as puree prepared from milk, ginger and sugar. Drinks such as tea, coffee, cocoa, juices, askens are popular with popularity. From alcohol, corn and ferry beer, palm wine and “agpenes”.


The climate in Ghana is a monsoon, equatorial, air temperature from plus twenty -three to plus twenty -seven degrees Celsius. There is little precipitation in the country, only in the west of the country on the coast falls a year about 2000 mm, in the east of 650-750 mm, in the north of Ghana 1000-1200 mm.   On the coast, the rainy periods that last from September to October and from March to July are replaced by arid. In the inside of Ghana, the change of arid and rainy seasons is more pronounced.