Year of Return: 13 unmissable places to visit in Ghana this Christmas

Year of Return: 13 unmissable places to visit in Ghana this Christmas

- 2019 was labelled the Year of Return to mark 400 years after the first slave ship left Africa

- The Year of Return has received massive patronage from diasporans

- YEN.com.gh compiles a list of 13 tourist sites and great place that must be visited in Ghana

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Ghana's Year of Return is set to have lots of visitors and diasporans coming to Ghana. Earlier, it was reported that there was visa shortage in America due to the Year of Return demands.

2019 was labelled by the Ghana government as the Year of Return, as it marks exactly 400 years after the first slave ship left Africa.

The numerous descendants of the slaves who now live in various parts of the world especially in America and the Carribean are expected to revisit their roots.

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YEN.com.gh lists amazing places in Ghana that diasporans must visit. It could be said that without visiting any of these places, one has not truly 'returned' to Ghana.

1. The Cape Coast Castle

2. Labadi Beach Hotel

3. Republic Bar and Grill

4. Black Star Square

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5. Trade Fair

6. Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum

7. Laboma Beach

8. Legon Gardens

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9. Aborigines Beach Resort

10. Fort Prinzenstein

11. Pearly Gate Gardens

12. Kakum National Park

13. Paga Crocodile Pond

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported how December is considered a festive season in Ghana which is packed with several entertainment and music concerts.

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