CNN has released its list of 19 places in the world to visit in 2019 and Ghana is 4th on the list.
The list which was released earlier today describes Ghana as West Africa’s poster nation for economic success and political stability.
It also mentions the Cape Coast Castle as one of many historic coastal forts, and Mole National Park for its home to wild elephants, as some of the many beautiful sceneries that tourists can explore.
The website writes
Legacies of the slave trade are unavoidable. Cape Coast Castle, one of many historic coastal forts, was where slaves were held before being dispatched to America and the Caribbean. This brutal and fascinating reminder was visited by the Obamas in 2009 and Melania Trump in 2018.
For all the sobriety of this anniversary, what also awaits visitors to Ghana is the warm, intoxicating embrace of country completely at ease with its identity rushing headlong towards a bright future. The capital, Accra, crackles with the dynamism of a city on the upswing, with a nightlife scene to match. For those wanting to escape its relentless excitement, Ghana’s 335-mile coastline boasts empty surfing spots like Cape Three Points, while its many protected wildlife zones, including Mole National Park, are home to wild elephants, Nolan warthogs and spotted hyenas.CNN Travel
The list also includes countries such as New Zealand, Egypt, Japan, United States, among others. Check out the full article here