Cape Coast, Ghana

Cape Coast, Ghana

Cape Coast is my favorite destination in Ghana because it has beautiful beaches and lots of history. To me, Ghana for sure is one of the easiest country to travel around West Africa but you still need to be Street Smart over there. Mugging and crimes are still high but violence are limited.

fisherman at cape coast-ghana
gold coast-ghana

There’s a lot of fishermen villages there and it’s bright and colorful to look at.

cape coast, ghana

You will see a lot of european buildings over there that carry a lot of history.

church in cape coast ghana
cape coast ghana, africa

And sometimes you see the contrast of church and mosque.

mosque in cape coast-ghana
cape coast

Cape coast Castle when compare to Elmina Castle is small but it’s still have a it own history with beautiful settings:)

cape coast castle in ghana
cape coast castle
edgymix at cape coast castle
cape coast castle --ghana

It’s also one of the most important slave trade market in Ghana. Even our president-Mr and Mrs Obama have been here.

cape coast castle, ghana
male slave dungeon, ghana

The door of no return are sealed in this castle.

the door of no return-sealed at ghana

There’s a museum which tell you all about the history of Slave trade.

cape coast castle museum

Apart from Slave trade castle, you will find a lot of African Label in Ghana. It’s all inspired by local culture and it’s really colorful.

fashion label in cape coast-ghana
fashion label in ghana

African Fashion and culture are fascinating, hope you all have a chance to discover yourself. Cheers:)

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  1. IT must be a great place to visit! Especially for the beaches as you say!:) Great photos Tammy! Kisses and take care dear!:*

  2. I love the colours: beautiful photo’s Tammy! What’s your favourite country in Africa so far? Stay happy, stay safe girl!
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  3. Dearest Tammy,
    Again a sad fact that the rulers in Ghana at one time in history did trade their own people for money or gold… Can you imagine? Dark history, literally.
    Obviously there is a lot of European influence in the architecture.
    Stay safe as you travel on and keep sharing your beautiful pictures!
    Hugs,
    Mariette

  4. These are such great photos!

    xo, Yi-chia
    Always Maylee

  5. Stunning pictures! I didn’t know that Ghana was so beautiful!
    xx
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  6. Wonderful pictures!!!
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  7. Incredible place! I love the fisherman villages!

    Rebecca
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  8. The colors of the clothes and the surroundings are so beautiful. Very lovely as well is the contrast they create with the white buildings! A fascinating journey 🙂

  9. Fabulous palce and it must be a beautiful experience to meet people 🙂
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