23 photos to show why you should never visit Ghana

23 photos to show why you should never, ever, visit Ghana.

1. The sunsets aren’t worth watching

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2. The beaches are awful

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3. The tourist attractions will make you yawn

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4. The wildlife is the same as everywhere else

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5. Live sport isn’t entertaining at all

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6. The waterfalls are tiny

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7. Everyone is always in a bad mood

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8. Attending church is a dull affair

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9. The moon is so plain

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10.Awful beaches right?

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11. There’s no history

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12. The sky isn’t big enough

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13. The bars are made out of canoes, it’ll never work

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14. The souvenirs aren’t worth taking home

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15. You won’t enjoy the markets

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16. What birdlife?

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17. Nobody wants to play football

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18. The beaches are still awful

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19. The beers are too big

 

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20. There are no parties

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21. The fishing villages aren’t attractive

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22. The wildlife is still boring

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23. Honestly, don’t waste your time with the sunsets

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Have I missed any reasons not to visit Ghana?

68 thoughts on “23 photos to show why you should never visit Ghana

  1. Is that all u could say about my motherland?that’s very stupid u know afterall we haven’t killed anyone out there so instead of telling the world how peaceful Ghana is u there talking nonsense.stupid idiot

  2. Visited four West African nations in 1973 as a Junior student at Howard University. The University of Ghana at Legon was our base. The others were Togo, Benin (then Dahomey) and Nigeria. We enjoyed Ghana the most. It was the first time I’d ever stepped on African soil. I wrote a diary of which I’m still in possession plus some artifacts from that trip. No doubt Ghana has changed since my initial visit to our ancestral homeland. But I would wager it’s still a nice place to visit, especially for those whose ancestors came from West Africa.

  3. I m Ghanaian leaving in Ghana. I never knew this place sucks so much. I m emigrating at the earliest opportunity. Thinking of Antartica. 🤔

  4. Hi
    Please where is that waterfall? And which beaches are those pictures I’m a Ghanaian and I am takin my friend to Ghana next month and I need to make sure I take her to the best places. Please If you could help me with a list of places that were pictured here I would appreciate it a lot. Great blog by the way 👌🏾👌🏾👌🏾
    Thank you

  5. Great article boss. ..I enjoyed the great pictures..The greatest beer on it still remains club beer….

    The next time u in ghana check out O’range Guesthouse @Budumburam ..after kasoa…great discount awaits u

    Nash I think u owe Dave an apology

  6. Love the contrast …. Lol
    You missed the fighting in the trotro’s, where every passenger is known by the amount he/she gave the mate(conductor)

  7. Some people don’t understand sarcasm at all…this writer has massively advertised Ghana in a super dramatic way and people can’t comprehend and show their ignorance by insulting the writer….unfortunate! Good job great writer!!!

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  9. Ha ha ha living in Accra – you forgot Harmless wandering Naked People scaring the day lights out’a you around Asylum Down…and large wooden trucks driving crab-like on the roads wilt alarming speed. And the seafood…oh let me not get started on the wonderful food! Loved your photos and tongue-in-the-cheek comments!

  10. Dave, you forgot the Words of Wisdom, Ghanaian style, that you see on our tro-tros plus the khebeb is so bad, one has to eat several to make sure it is really that bad.
    Really good piece. Thanks for giving my home props!

  11. Mm! One thing you forgot though is the only country that monkeys cohabitate with human. Interesting site to see in Bronx Ahafo

  12. DavidmColes thank you for showing the world that not all they hear about Africa is true….anytime you come to Ghana again come to my boring house, I promise you the most boring time ever

      • Just a little past Akwidae and the Green Turtle, be sure to check out Escape3points Eco-lodge at Cape Three Points the next time you are in Ghana. (had to put a plug in for my son’s lodge 🙂 )

  13. That was very tricky and a caption that will definitely call for a read and view. You killed it. Thumps up (y)
    but you forgot how Ghanaians hate holidays hahaha. keep up with your goodies

  14. Ah, reminded me of a piece l wrote about a public official who worked so well that l described him in my write up as not a Ghanaian because of his achievements. I said Ghanaians never worked the way he did. His aides read only the headline and started calling me to explain myself. Dave, your write-up was super!

  15. Oh dear oh dear😂😂😂😂I love my Ghana too much I was About insulting you then something prompted me to be wise and not just jump into conclusion. Good job Dave.

  16. I absolutely love what you have blogged about my beautiful Ghana. Next time talk about our beautiful highlife tunes. I love the irony too u know.
    By the way, can we be pals.

  17. I’d want to go to Ghana. From Germany. With a 40 tonner truck loaded with all sorts of unwanted cellphones, pc’s and anything that is needed over there.
    If any suuuuuper rich somebody doesn’t know what to do with all his excess money, please help me work on this. It would take a miracle and a lot of Faith. My hubby and I would sell up in Germany and embark on such a journey a.s.a.p.
    Having been born in South Africa, we long for the kind of people we left behind there when we came to Germany in 1998. We would probably want to settle there and help destitute people and teach what we know in order to help them.
    Knowing that with God NOTHING is impossible, I leave this here and wait to see what happens

  18. Thanks for the free publicity for Ghana, brings back memories of Raleigh life some years back. Fantastic pictures and I entreat everyone to visit Ghana. There are more beautiful places around. The beers are really big, chilled and cheap. Looking forward to seeing many people in Ghana for a wonderful experience they will never forget about.

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