Amazing, bustling, and yes, a bit overwhelming, Kumasi is fully exploring for a few days. You can learn about Ashanti traditions, escape to holy lake just beyond the city, or find out why the city's, or find out why the city's lifeblood is held in a stone.
Here are some of the best attractions of Kumasi:
Okomfo Anokye Sword
Even if you do not have a lot of time to spend, at least be sure to take a fast visit to the center of Kumasi and visit the place of the Okomfo Anokye Sword. If you were a fan of sward in the stone and the stories of King Arthur and the Round Table when you were child, you will love this place. Right in Kumasi, there is a sword in a stone and a story of true kings and wizards.
Lake Bosomtwe is a huge lake in a crater formed by a very old meteorite. It is also the only natural Ghana lake. The lake is viewed as a deity to the Ashanti people and grips a vital role in the very old beliefs.
Besease traditional shrine
The very old Ashanti shrines around Kumasi have been deemed UNESCO World Heritage places. They are among the few surviving locations where you can view when traditional Ashanti architecture looked like, and also gain a glimpse in the very old beliefs of the Ashanti people.
Generally the best time to book Accra to Kumasi flights is 2 months in advance. And the affordable days to fly are Wednesday, Tuesdays, and Saturdays. Sunday is the most costly.
There are one direct flight from Accra to Kumasi.
The Kumasi flights from Accra distance is 197 km.
The most famous airlines flying from Accra to Kumasi is African World Airlines.
• The quickest Accra to Kumasi flight time is forty minutes. The average flight time is forty minutes.
• There are sixteen Accra to Kumasi flights weekly
• Accra, Ghana is 125 miles from Kumasi.
• 13 non-stop flights are operating from Accra to Kumasi.
• The earliest flight of the day departs at 6:00. The final flight of the day departs at 06:00.