Ghana is one of the West African countries that stretch between the Atlantic Ocean and the Sahel, thus bridging two worlds: Equatorial Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa. Formerly an English colony, famous for its gold and known as the "Gold Coast", which is also sadly known for its slave deportation centers in the 17th and 18th centuries, Ghana remains a confidential tourist destination for most French speakers. However, it is one of the most accessible countries in the Gulf of Guinea. With a solidifying economy, it is a territory where one can move freely. A country not very devoted to tourism, we will discover cities and villages impregnated with monarchic traditions, post-colonial modernity and wise and African tranquility. You will be able to immerse yourself in huge, bustling markets, taste spicy food and tropical fruits, understand how traditional systems can function within a modern state and, quite simply, discover a daily face of West African life.