There are various flights going from Abuja to Accra on a daily basis. Each airline has its dedicated daily times and the flight can take anywhere between 1 hour 30 minutes to one hour and 45 minutes. Departure is from the Nnamdi Azikiwe International to Kotoka International Airport.
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The following airlines have a direct flight at least once a week:
Visa and customs
Ghana’s pan-African spirit shows in its visa policy. Nigerians do not require visas to visit Ghana, if their stay is under 90 days. Visitors from other ECOWAS member states (most of West Africa) are also exempt from visas, as well as a few other African countries like South Africa. All African Union member citizens (except Moroccans) can obtain visas on arrival. However, it is always essential that you bring your passport (and that it is valid for a further three months!).
All other nationalities, except a handful of partner states, must apply for a visa before arrival.
Your baggage allowance will be determined by the airline. Once you have made your booking, we will let you know. However, most airlines adhere to the standard baggage policy of three bags. One bag that weighs between 30 and 45kg can be checked into the hold, while another, a smaller 7kg bag, can be taken into the cabin, as well as a small handbag.
The overall price for flights to Accra from Abuja varies between ₦90 000 to ₦120 000 for one-way flights. For return flights, the lowest price is around ₦180 000 with the highest being ₦220 000. These prices all depend on the airline you use and whether you fly in economy, business, or premium class.
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Best things to do in Accra
Seaside Accra is a melting pot of sophistication and poverty, hustle and relaxation, not to mention numerous ethnicities. Accra locals are always on the go and the markets are inevitably busy and boisterous, but Accra still manages to maintain a down-to-earth, chilled atmosphere.
As a booming city, Accra has tons of tourist attractions on offer. The best ones celebrate the country’s independence and offer glimpses into an up-and-coming arts scene: