Leadership Summit


Visa Requirements

01. Do I need a visa to go to Ghana?
<p>Yes, most visitors require a visa to enter Ghana unless you are a passport holder of the following countries Benin, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Ivory Coast, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, and Togo.</p>
02. What is the cost of the application for a Ghanaian visa?
<p>Visa application cost varies depending on your country. Please check with the Ghanaian consulate in your country or the<a href="https://home.gis.gov.gh/permits-and-visas/"> Ghana immigration website</a>.</p>
03. How do I apply for a visa to Ghana?
<ul><li>Complete the Visa Application Form: Obtain the visa application form either online or from the Ghanaian embassy or consulate in your country. Here are websites for Ghana’s consulate in <a href="https://nairobi.mfa.gov.gh/">Kenya</a>, <a href="https://pretoria.ghanagovernmentmission.com/portal/">South Africa</a>, the <a href="https://ecimsglobal.com/VisaApplication.aspx">United Kingdom (London)</a>, and the U.S– <a href="https://ecimsglobal.com/mission.aspx">New York</a> and <a href="https://ghanaembassydc.org/visa/">Washington DC</a>.</li><li>Visa type: Under reason for travel, select tourism.</li><li>Passport Photos: Provide recent passport-sized photographs that meet the specifications outlined by the Ghanaian embassy or consulate.</li><li>Proof of Accommodation: EPR’s Global Leadership Summit will be hosted at <a href="https://labadibeachhotelgh.com/home/">Labadi Beach Hotel</a> located at: No 1 La Bypass, Accra, Greater Accra Region, Ghana.</li><li>Wait time for Processing: Processing times vary depending on the embassy or consulate and the type of visa you are applying for.</li></ul>
04. What are the tourist requirements for entry into Ghana?
<ul><li>Passport: Ensure that your passport is valid for at least six months beyond your intended stay in Ghana and has at least one blank page for the visa stamp.</li><li>Proof of Travel: Provide a copy of your round-trip flight itinerary or onward flight.</li><li>Proof of sufficient funds: Provide proof of sufficient funds to cover your expenses during your stay in Ghana. This could include bank statements, pay stubs,</li><li>Health Requirements: Some travelers may need to provide proof of yellow fever vaccination. Check the health requirements for travelers to Ghana and ensure you have the necessary vaccinations.</li></ul>

COVID Requirements

01. I am fully vaccinated. Do I need a COVID test to enter Ghana?
<p>No                         </p>
02. I am unvaccinated. Can I enter Ghana?

Summit Package

01. What is the Summit Package?
<p>The Summit Package is a great package that helps consolidate the expenses of attending the Shaping the Culture Leadership Summit. It allows participants to pay one price and receive multiple valuable experiences!</p>
02. Who is the Summit Package for?
<p>Anyone traveling to Accra, Ghana for the Summit. Those that do not reside in Accra.</p>
03. What is the cost of the Summit Package and what does it include?
<p>Per Person: $500<br />A person sharing a double room will be paying $500 usd. This includes: 3 Nights Stay at Labadi Beach Hotel, Breakfast, Accra City Tour, Airport Transfer and Registration to the Leadership Summit 2024.</p>
04. What is the breakdown of the Summit Package cost?
<p>Hotel: $300<br />Summit Registration: $50<br />City Tour: $100<br />Airport Transfer: $50</p>

Hotel Accommodations, Transportation & Tour

01. Where can I stay?
<p>Please book your hotel stay through the Summit website using the Summit Package deal - <a href="https://leadership.eprglobal.com">https://leadership.eprglobal.com</a><br /><br />The hotel accommodations will be at - <a href="https://labadibeachhotelgh.com/home/">Labadi Beach Hotel</a> located at address: No 1 La Bypass, Accra, Greater Accra Region, Ghana. Or feel free to book at any other hotel of your choice</p>
02. What is the cost of airport transportation?
<p>$50. It is included in the Summit Package deal.</p>
03. Where can I book my Airport Transfer?
<p>You can book by clicking right <a href="https://leadership.eprglobal.com">HERE</a><br />Uber option is available as well.</p>
04. What is the cost of the Accra City Tour?
<p>$100 per person. This price is included in the Summit Package</p>
05. Where can I book my Accra City Tour?
<p>You can pay now by clicking right <a href="https://leadership.eprglobal.com">HERE</a></p>


01. What is the cost to attend?
<p>635 Ghanaian Cedi ($50)<br />This price is for those not taking advantage of the Summit Package (see <a href="https://leadership.eprglobal.com/summit-package">Summit Package</a> for details).</p>
02. Do I have to register to attend the Summit?
<p>Yes. If you are a resident of Ghana, you can pay for just the registration amount. If you are not a resident of Ghana, you can choose to take advantage of the Summit Package deal.. Please visit <a href="https://leadership.eprglobal.com">https://leadership.eprglobal.com</a></p>

EPR Global– Ghana Leadership Summit Speakers

01. Who are the speakers?
<p>We have amazing world renowned Speakers that will impart valuable insights and encouraging messages. Please visit <a href="https://leadership.eprglobal.com">https://leadership.eprglobal.com</a> to view our exceptional Speakers</p>

10 Must-see designations in Ghana

Ghana is a beautiful country with a rich cultural heritage, stunning natural landscapes, and vibrant cities. Here are some tourist suggestions for visiting Ghana:


  1. Cape Coast and Elmina Castles: Explore the Cape Coast and Elmina Castles, both UNESCO World Heritage Sites, which were used as slave trade forts during the colonial era. Learn about Ghana’s history and the transatlantic slave trade.

  2. Kakum National Park: Experience the breathtaking canopy walkway at Kakum National Park, one of West Africa’s last remaining tropical rainforests. Take a guided tour to learn about the park’s biodiversity and indigenous plant and animal species.

  3. Mole National Park: Go on a safari adventure in Mole National Park, Ghana’s largest wildlife reserve. Spot elephants, buffalo, antelopes, and other wildlife as you explore the park on foot or by jeep.

  4. Lake Volta: Visit Lake Volta, one of the largest artificial lakes in the world, for fishing, boat cruises, and water sports. Explore the nearby villages and learn about the culture and way of life of the people living around the lake.

  5. Ghana’s Beaches: Relax on the beautiful beaches of Ghana’s coastline, including Busua Beach, Kokrobite Beach, and Ada Foah. Enjoy swimming, sunbathing, and water sports, or simply soak in the stunning ocean views.

  6. Kumasi and the Ashanti Region: Discover the cultural heartland of Ghana in Kumasi, the capital of the Ashanti Region. Visit the Manhyia Palace, the Okomfo Anokye Sword Site, and the Kejetia Market, one of the largest markets in West Africa.

  7. Wli Waterfalls: Hike to the majestic Wli Waterfalls in the Volta Region, the highest waterfalls in West Africa. Enjoy the stunning scenery and take a refreshing dip in the cool waters of the falls.

  8. Ghanaian Cuisine: Sample traditional Ghanaian cuisine, including dishes like jollof rice, banku and tilapia, fufu with soup, and kelewele (spicy fried plantains). Visit local restaurants, street food vendors, and markets to taste the flavors of Ghana.

  9. Ghana’s Festivals: Experience Ghana’s vibrant cultural festivals, such as the Akwasidae Festival in Kumasi, the Homowo Festival in Accra, and the Panafest celebration in Cape Coast. Enjoy colorful parades, traditional music and dance performances, and cultural displays.

  10. Arts and Crafts: Shop for authentic Ghanaian arts and crafts, including Kente cloth, Adinkra symbols, traditional pottery, and hand-carved wooden sculptures. Visit craft villages and markets to purchase unique souvenirs and support local artisans.


These are just a few of the many tourist attractions and experiences that Ghana has to offer. Whether you’re interested in history, nature, culture, or cuisine, Ghana promises an unforgettable travel experience.