Kumasi is one of Ghana big cities, and it is placed in the heart of Ghana Ashanti Kingdom. From wildlife and nature to local food and tribal history. Here are some of the best attractions of Kumasi:
The National Culture Centre
Placed a little distance from Kejetia Market, this famous area holds the Prempeh II Jubilee Museum of Ashanti library, history, exhibition hall, bookstore, and the famous eatery Kentish Kitchen that serves tasty and locally made foods such as Jollof and fufu. Works by local craftsman are also accessible to purchase with some extremely talented painters and wood workers selling their wares.
Bobiri Forest Reserve
This butterfly sanctuary, the only one placed in West Africa, holds four-hundred species of butterfly. The site specs an arboretum, forest trail and hiking, guiding as well as lodging. A rare eco-tourism place, it is an undisturbed rainforest well off the beaten track.
The affordable way to get from Accra to Kumasi by bus. Accra to Kumasi bus fares $9 and takes 4h 32m.
Yes, there is a direct bus vip bus Accra to Kumasi and arriving at Kumasi. Services depart every 2 hours, and operate every day. The journey takes about 4h 30m.
The travel distance of Accra and Kumasi is 202 km.
Bus services Accra to Kumasi, operated by Intercity STC Coaches.
The top way to get from Accra to Kumasi is to fly which takes 53 min and costs $30 - $150. Alternatively, you can bus, how much is vip bus from Accra tokumasi $9 and takes 4h 30m.
The top way to get from Accra to Kumasi without a vehicle is to bus which takes 4h 30m.
Accra to Kumasi bus fares $9.