Tourism in Ghana is regulated by the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture. This ministry is responsible for the development and promotion of tourism related activities in Ghana. Tourist arrivals to Ghana include visitors from South and Latin America, Asia and Europe.
Tourists come to Ghana to enjoy its all year round tropical warm climate and its wildlife. Ghana boasts waterfalls (such as Kintampo Waterfalls and the largest waterfall in West Africa, the Tagbo Falls, Ghana's palm-lined sandy beaches, caves, mountains, rivers, meteorite impact crater.
Other attractions include reservoirs and lakes such as Lake Bosumtwi or Bosumtwi meteorite crater and the largest man-made lake in the world by surface area, Lake Volta. Ghana also has dozens of castles and forts, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, nature reserves and national parks.