02. SIDE VIEW OF THE LAKESIDE
01. ENTRANCE TO THE LAKESIDE
Mangrove Swamps along the Coastal Zone
DAM AT ASHIAMAN
Cruise Boat along Volta River
The Manet Paradise
Ada Foah Azizanya Estuary
This is where the Volta River enters the sea
Fishing along the Volta Lake
The same Dornookiste Kope
Monkey Sanctuary at Dornookiste Kope
Challet along the Volta Lake
Water Transport from Ada Foah to Akusi, Amedeka
Marine Fishing at Kokrobite
14.Cultural Centre - Kokrobitey
Dagari Cultural Centre at Langba - Kokrobitey.
Some of the Drums in the Cultural Centre
11. Cultural Centre - Kokrobitey
Some of the Artifacts in Dagari Cultural Centre - Kokrobitey.
Medie Flower Garden
Bojo Beach in the District
Beach Scene in District
Fresh Water fishing at Weija
Bojo Beach at Bortiano in Ga West
Migrating Birds on the Wet Lands in Ga West District
Pambros Commercial Salt Pond at Weija in Ga West District
People Travelling on the Densu River
The front view of the Supreme Court of Ghana, the highest court in the country. It is the seat of the Chief Justice as well.
BEACH RESORT - MANET PARADISE
Manet Paradise gives value for money. The decor is simple but catchy. It's a paradise indeed on earth.
WATER SPOT - ADA
Surfers having a field day at one of the beautiful and sandy beaches of Ada. Foreigners frequent such places due to the warm temperature.
Makola Market is the Central Business District of Accra Metropolis. One can get anything from foodstuff to cloths.
The magnificient National Theatre of Ghana which has over the decade been the hub of entertainment for Ghanaians and foreigners.
The front view of the plush Accra International Conference Centre (Pink Lady), where major conferences and entertaining events are held.
DU BOIS TOMB
The memorial tomb of Dr W.E Du Bois, a Pan Africanist, at the Du Bois Centre in Accra.
DU BOIS MEMORIAL CENTRE
The front view of Du Bois Memorial Centre where research work on Pan Africa issues could be done.
Sculpture of horn blowers welcoming visitors to the Nkrumah Park in Accra. It has a symbolic meaning that the friendly guides there are willing to explain.
The front view of Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum, containing the mortal remains of the first President of Ghana, Dr Kwame Nkrumah.