Ghana is a peaceful and beautiful West African country with a population of about 30 million people. Ghana's climate is typical of a tropical weather, with warm and cool rainy seasons. And, as one of West Africa's fastest developing countries, Ghana attracts a large number of foreigners looking to start businesses and have fun. As a result, knowing the residential environment and the best places to live in the country is very important.
Therefore if you have the money, then these are the best places to live in Ghana, whether you are a Ghanaian or a foreigner.
1. Airport Residential Area
Beautiful homes, good roads, shops, and schools make this one of the best places to live in the country. It is close to the Kotoka International Airport, making it more convenient for travelers looking for a place to stay near the airport. However, it is mostly populated by wealthy Ghanaians and foreigners.
2. Cantonments, Accra
This is a planned residential area in the Greater Accra Region that is usually only accessible to the rich people. In addition, it is close to the Kotoka International Airport.
3. Roman Ridge, Accra
Roman Ridge is also a planned residential community known as in the capital city. It has huge buildings and is a well known place for the wealthy.
4. East Legon
If you want to have peace of mind and live a quiet life, East Legon is the place to go because it has one of the most beautiful apartments in Accra. Though, for the most part, only rich can afford to live there.
5. Dzorwulu, Accra
This is also one of the most beautiful areas in the Accra region. In the area, there are many beautiful houses and popular entertainment venues.
6. Trasacco valley
If you want to live in a beautiful place, Trasacco Valley is the place to be. Though it is mostly inhabited by rich people.
So there you have it, have a great time and enjoy your stay. And please don't forget to follow me for more and share.
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