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Tourism In Ghana

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  • this presentation isnt base on fact, about the percentage of muslims in ghana,please present it with the facts of the national census
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  • 1. Tourism in Ghana Presented by: Francis Boateng
  • 2. Table of content
    • Ghana at a glance
    • Travel atractions
    • Transportation
    • Conclusion
    • Questions
  • 3. Map of Ghana
    • Akwaaba !!
    • Welcome !!
  • 4. Republic of Ghana (former: Gold Coast)
    • Capital: Accra
    • Area: 239,460 sq km
    • Population: approx. 20,2 million
    • Language: English (official) and dialects Akan, Fanti, Dagomba, Ewe, and Ga
    • Religions: Christian (63%), Traditional beliefs (21%), Muslim (16%)
    • Independence : 6th March, 1957
  • 5. Travel attractions
    • Heritage sites
    • Cultural attractions
    • Beaches & Waterfalls
    • Sports
    • National parks
  • 6. Heritage sites
    • Kwame Nkrumah Masoleum
    • Cape coast castle
    • Larabanga Mosque
  • 7. Cultural attractions
    • Traditional Festivals
    • Naming ceremonies
    • Marriage
    • Funerals
  • 8. Beaches & Waterfalls
    • Beautiful beaches
    • Sandy
    • Sunshine
    • Tall trees
  • 9. Sports
    • Great euphoria
    • Drumming & dancing
    • Enormous atmosphere
  • 10. National parks
    • Mole park (largest)
    • -> Abundant game (Elephant, monkeys, crocrodiles)
    • Kakum National park
    • -> Canopy walk way
    • -> wildlife spotting (birds, monkeys)
  • 11. Transportation
    • Tro-tro
    • Taxi
    • Bus
  • 12. Conclusion
    • Ghana is the gateway to Africa
    • Ghanaians are hospitable
    • Sunhine all year round
    • Lots of attractions
    • Politically stable
    • http://www.galenfrysinger.com/ghana.htm
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-mosYN8k9A
  • 13. Questions?
  • 14. Thank you