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Ghana - The Bradt Travel Guide - Guía de Viaje

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Ghana.

Idioma: INGLÉS. Autor: Philip Briggs.
5ª edición. AGOSTO 2010.
440 Páginas. 16 Páginas de fotos a color. 58 Mapas.
ISBN: 9781841623252.
Ghana is an ideal destination for first-time visitors to Africa; rich in little-visited national parks, forest reserves, cultural sites and scenic waterfalls, blessed with bleached white beaches and lush rain forests of the Atlantic coastline. This stand-alone guide, the only one available, caters for both the budget backpacker and the luxurious resort wallower. Including authoritative history and wildlife sections, updated accommodation and restaurant recommendations and a wealth of background and practical information, Bradt's Ghana covers the country with unrivalled detail and knowledge. Ghana defeated Sudan 2-0 in Accra to become the first African team to reach the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. What better time to catch this friendly, English-speaking and hassle-free country as it revels on a soccer high?

  • The only stand-alone guide to Ghana
  • Written by Africa expert Philip Briggs
  • Accommodation and dining options for all budgets
  • Authoritative history and wildlife sections
  • Comprehensive information on a country on the cusp of a travel renaissance


  • Table of Contents


  • Introduction


  • Part One: General Information
  • Background Information
  • Geography, Climate, History, Economy, Language, Religion
  • Natural History
  • Vegetation, Wildlife
  • Practical Information
  • When to Visit, Tourist information, Tour operators, Red Tape Ghana high commissions, embassies and diplomatic representatives, Getting there and away, Safety, What to take, Money, Getting around, Accommodation, Eating and drinking, Public holidays, Photographic etiquette, Media and communications, Business, Cultural etiquette

    Part Two: Accra
  • Accra
  • Getting there and away, Orientation, Safety, Getting around, Tourist information, Tour operators, Embassies and high commissions, Where to stay, Where to eat and drink, Entertainment, Shopping, Other practicalities What to see

    Part Three: The Coast West Of Accra
  • Towards Cape Coast
  • Kokrobite Beach, Fete and Senya Beraku, Winneba, Apam, Mankessim, Saltpond, Anomabu and Biriwa, Moree
  • Cape Coast, Elmina and Surrounds
  • Cape Coast, Kakum National Park, Elmina, Towards Takoradi
  • Sekondi-Takoradi and the West Coast
  • Sekondi-Takoradi, Basua and surrounds, The coast between Akwidaa and Axim, Prince's Town, Egyambra, Axim, Nkroful, Beyin, Nzulezo and the Amansuri Wetlands, Half Assini, Ankasa protected area, Elubo

    Part Four: Eastern Ghana
  • The East Coast
  • Tema, Prampram and Ningo, Ada, Songor Ramsar site, Sogakope, Akatsi and Xavi, Keta and the far east coast, Aflao
  • Inland of Accra
  • The Akuapem Hills and Aburi, Koforidua, Boti Falls, The road to Akosombo, Akosombo and surrounds
  • East of Lake Volta
  • Ho, Around Ho, Kpetoe Agotime, The Avatime Hills and surrounds, Kpando, Hohoe, Around Hohoe

    Part Five: Central Ghana
  • Between the Coast and Kumasi
  • Accra to Kumasi, The Kwahu Plateau, Cape Coast to Kumasi, Takoradi to Kumasi
  • Kumasi
  • Getting there and away, Tourist information, Hassles, Where to stay, Where to eat and drink, Nightlife, Sport, Shopping, Other practicalities, What to see and do, Bia National Park
  • Greater Ashanti
  • Owabi Wildlife Sanctuary, Lake Bosumtwi, Ejisu and surrounds, Bobiri Forest Butterfly Sanctuary, Adanwomase, Bonwire, Wonoo, Effiduase and surrounds, Mampong, Nsuta and surrounds, Ntonso and surrounds
  • From Kumasi to Tamale
  • Sunyani, Wenchi, Bui National Park, Techiman and surrounds, Nkoranza, Baobeng-Fiema Monkey Sanctuary, Kintampo, The old Tamale road Part Six: Northern Ghana
  • Tamale and Mole National Park
  • Tamale, Around Tamale, Mole National Park and Larabanga
  • Bolgatanga and the Upper East
  • Bolgatanga, Around Bolgatanga, The Gambaga Escarpment, Navrongo, Paga
  • Wa and the Upper West
  • Wa, Around Wa, Lawra, Tumu and surrounds, Around Tumu, Bole

    Appendices
  • Language
  • Glossary
  • Further Information
  • Index