The picturesque landscapes of Ghana can now be admired by everyone, everywhere. All you need is a device connected to the Internet. Google has entered the African republic in its Street View platform. The team of the giant Cupertino has in fact captured 360 degrees of monuments, parks, streets and points of interest in Ghana, Senegal and Uganda bringing the total number of world countries covered by its service to 81.
Users can therefore enjoy a unique experience from the comfort of your home by taking a virtual tour whether to the quaint lake streets of the water village of Nzulezo built on the lake Tadane in Ghana, which has been added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site for preservation, or entering the National Theater of Accra Ghana.
To date, the countries of the African continent on the Google Street View platform are 8: In addition to new entries of Ghana, Uganda and Senegal, there is also South Africa, Botswana, Swaziland, Lesotho and Egypt.