Ghana’s diverse landscape has mountains, caves, lakes, grasslands, forests, stunning beaches and cascading waterfalls, such as Kintampo, to enjoy. Wli Waterfalls is the largest in West Africa, and Lake Volta is the largest artificial lake in the world. There’s so much to see here, from traditional grass roofed round huts, forts and castles, to the highly modern buildings of the south. For an overview of Accra, climb to the top of Jamestown Lighthouse, and then descend to the streets and shop 'til your feet ache in Makola Market. Architecture fans will appreciate St George's Castle in Elmina which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Cape Coast Castle, Independence Square in Accra, Osu Castle and the Manhyia Palace Museum, as well as the stunning modern creations of the National Theatre, the Villagio Apartments and the SSNIT Emporium. Wildlife fans should visit Paga’s Crocodile Ponds, Wechiau Hippo Sanctuary and Kakum National Park, and when you tire of walking, enjoy a rest on the fabulous beaches and then party at Labadi beach.