Ghana is the West African country in Africa located along the Gulf of Guinea.
The northernmost part of Ghana is Pulmakong and the southernmost part is Cape three points near Axim.
Burkina Faso lies in the north and Ivory Coast in the west. Togo is located in the east and the south of Ghana has the Gulf of Guinea and the Atlantic Ocean.
South Ghana contains evergreen and semi-deciduous forests with trees like mahogany, odium, and ebony. Oil palms and mangroves with Shea trees, baobabs, and akasia are found in the Northern part of Ghana.
The highest found point is Mount Afadja found in the Akwapim Togo ranges, 880 meters above sea level. Lake Volta is the world’s largest artificial lake located in Southeastern Ghana.
Ghana has no natural harbors and the two artificial harbor built here are Takoradi and Tema.