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Foreign Exchange in Ghana

Currency/ Payment

The local currency is called the Ghana Cedi (¢). The exchange rate is approximately to the following currencies: £1 = GH¢6.47, $1=4.98 and €1=5.74 These rates changes on a daily basis.

Banking hours are 8.30 a.m. – 4.00 p.m. on weekdays. If using a credit card, usual precautions should be strictly applied. It is possible to make secure transactions online and at ATMs/POS. Visitors are advised to bring dollars, sterling or euro, all of which can be exchanged in the hotel or at the local Forex Bureau. There are ATM machines at various banks that accepts Visa, MasterCard and Union Pay.

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