The Western Regional Minister, Mr Kobena Okyere Darko-Mensah, is preparing to release an unprecedented book on tourism in the Western Region.
The unprecedented book “Discover Western Region” was written with the intention of marketing the area’s tourist attraction and attracting investors to the region’s enormous tourism potential.
The book highlights the region as Ghana’s top travel location for your honeymoon, a memorable holiday, some relaxation, and recreation, and gives you at least 53 reasons why you should go there.
To stimulate your interest in paying a visit, the author provides you with a written, virtual (video), and visual tour of the carefully chosen locations. The book serves as a traveler’s guide to tourism in the Western Region and promotes it as “Ghana’s Tourism Heaven.”
Ghana is a stunning nation rich in cultural diversity. It is situated at the equator, at the geographic center of the planet, in western Africa. One of Ghana’s areas, the Western Region, takes pride in being “where the best comes from.”
It has beautiful people and impressive tourist attractions to show the globe. When it comes to democracy and progressive development, it is regarded as one of the more “stable” countries and has unrivaled hospitality.
The Western Region of Ghana offers a startling contrast between historical forts, extensive mines, picturesque villages, charming beaches, and modern resorts. It’s a wonderful spot for travelers to visit with its sunny beaches, vibrant cities, friendly people, and simple ways to get around the area.
A magnificent collection of colonial forts, notably Fort Fredericksburg at Princes Town and Fort Antonio at Axim, are located in the region. Visitors are drawn to these castles and forts because they showcase the variety of architectural designs used by colonial merchants.
The following languages are spoken Nzema, Ahanta, Sefwi, Wassa, Brosa, and Pepesa.
The Nzulezu Village on Stilts, the Ankasa Nature Reserve, the Fort Metal Cross (Dixcove), the Fort Orange, the Wassa Domana Rock Shrine, the Akatenkyi Crocodile Pond, the Fort Appolonia, the Fort Sebastian, the Cape Three Point, and the Forest Reserve are just a few other places to visit.