Travel Information

The following regional and international airlines fly to Accra, Ghana

Air Burkina, Air Cote d’Ivoire, Air Namibia, Alitalia, Arik Air, Asky Airlines, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Delta,Egypt Air, Emirates, Ethiopian Airlines, Gambia Bird, Iberia Airlines, Kenya Airways,KLM,Lufthansa, Royal Air Maroc, Rwanda Air, South African Airways,Tap Portugal, Turkish Airlines, United Airlines

Domestic Airlines that serve Accra are: Africa World Airlines (Routes: Accra, Kumasi, Tamale), Antrak Air (Accra, Kumasi, Sunyani, Takoradi, Tamale), Fly 540 Africa (Accra, Kumasi), Starbow (Accra, Kumasi, Takoradi, Tamale)

What happens when I arrive in Accra?

Please note that if you have informed the organisers of your arrival and departure times we will make sure that you will get collected and taken to the airport. A team will be at the airport for the duration of the event and there identification clearly signified.

What should I bring with me to Ghana?

  • A yellow fever certificate – this is mandatory and you may be asked for this on arrival
  • A photocopy of your passport – as it is always advisory to carry your ID with you
  • Insurance – you are responsible for arranging your own travel cover
  • Medical Kit – always a good option just in case
  • Your mobile phone – you can buy a local SIM for $5 or less

Health issues

  • A Yellow Fever vaccination given at least ten days before entry into Ghana is required
  • Malaria tablets and mosquito spray

What voltage is used?

Voltage in Ghana is 220/240 volts like in Europe (110/120 volts in North America). Most laptop power adapters (and camera battery chargers) can convert voltage from 110-240 volts to power your computer.