Ghana is the closet landmark to the centre of the earth. The Greenwich Meridien passes through the port city of Tema, which lies about 15 kilometres from the city of Accra. The Equator lies just 500km below Tema, making Tema the closest city to the intersecting point of Latitude 0 and Longitude 0 degrees, making it a near-perfect centre of the earth. Ghana has several unique attractions such as 539 kilometres of white sandy coastline that is ideal for surfing and swimming as well as fresh water bodies such as the Volta Lake and its River estuary that are excellent for other water sports. In addition to beach and the riverain attractions, the thirty-three (33) Castles and Forts constructed between 1482 and 1786 and are dotted along the coast of Ghana, of which twenty-one (21) have been designated as UNESCO World Heritage sites, provide useful insights into the country’s history. The country also boasts of abundant Eco and Cultural Tourism attractions that provide a variety that is varied from the sand and beach along its coast.