To enter Ghana, a valid passport is required by all nationals referred to in the chart above.
Visas for Ghana (or entry permits for Commonwealth citizens) are required by all nationals.
Ghanaian embassies require applicants to fill in the application form and courier it or hand it in accompanied by their passport, a copy of a paid-up air ticket, a letter of invitation from somebody in Ghana together with a copy of their passport, two identical passport-sized photos, and the fee appropriate to the type of visa required. Note also that Ghanaian embassies and high commissions in many countries only issue visas to nationals or residents of that country.
Business visitors need a letter of invitation and travelers may need to show proof of sufficient funds.
All travelers must carry a yellow fever vaccination certificate.
Types and cost:
Single transit visa: £20; multiple transit visa: £55; single-entry visa: £50; multiple-entry visa (six months): £70; multiple-entry visa (one year): £110; multiple-entry visa (two years): £160.
Single-entry visas for Ghana are valid for three months from the date of issue, although visas valid for up to one year may be granted for specific purposes. Visas may be extended when in Ghana.