The Ghana Cities Guide is a handy pack containing facts sheets, videos and maps offering tourists the much needed information they require of the ten major capital cities and surrounding areas in Ghana.

The project is aimed to offer businesses and individuals that operate in the Tourism sector of Ghana an opportunity to promote their businesses and services to the prospective tourist visiting Ghana. On the other hand the Ghana Cities Guide is to act as a one stop shop for valuable information and tips for the tourist visiting Ghana.

The uniqueness of this project has caused it to receive endorsements by all the key toursism regulators in Ghana. Ghana Cities Guide is being undertaken under the auspices of the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts and Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development. It is also being executed in collaboration with the Ghana Tourism Authority, the Ghana Tourism Development Company, the Ghana Tourism Federation and the Regional Co-ordinating Councils, and Brand Ghana.


EMH Global Ghana Ltd and its project partner company EMH Global Ltd (UK), after many years working with Ghana Missions in the UK, Italy, Spain as well as interactions with travel and tourism professionals at major international tourism trade fairs and exhibitions, actual and potential visitors, (especially foreigners to Ghana, for business and/ or leisure), identified the following:

  • A serious lack of good quality information on Ghana, insufficient quantities at vantage points and in diverse and up-to-date formats and platforms (on-line, in print, smart phones, tablets, USB’s, wearables) for the modern traveler wishing to visit Ghana.
  • Once in the country and the city (Accra), there is an even more acute lack of good quality information, as above, to guide and direct visitors on a daily basis, as to where to go, what to do, accessibility to tourism destinations, locations of tourist sites and distances, do’s and don’ts in and around Accra, and especially in and around the regional capitals and their adjoining tourism destinations.
  • As a result of the above, local residents, especially the growing middle-class with disposable incomes, are not encouraged to engage in domestic tourism, to the detriment and demise of this potentially vibrant, productive and viable sector.