The Ghanaian passport has had it own problems over time but its still remains one of the best passports to own in Africa .
Visa restrictions are imposed by countries to control the crossing of their borders. Almost all countries now require visas from certain non-citizens who wish to enter (or leave) their territory.
A visa does not guarantee entry, however. It merely indicates that your passport and visa application have been reviewed by a consular officer at an embassy or consulate of the country you wish to enter, and that the officer has determined that you are generally eligible to enter the country for a specific purpose.
A visa allows you to travel to the destination country’s port of entry (airport, seaport or land border crossing) and ask the immigration officer to allow you to enter the country. In most countries the immigration officer has the authority to permit you to enter. He or she usually also decides how long you can stay for any particular visit.
Traveling to most African countries is mostly made free by these visa free policy but some countries have passports that are more powerful than others that allow them entry to any country .
New records show that though Ghana which was once one of the most strongest country regarding visa free entry strength has recently dropped by four countries in this year making it the only country which failed to maintain its stance.
Though the Ghanaian passport has lost four countries visa free entry it still beats other neighboring west countries including Nigeria which has only 44 visa free access countries compared to Ghana’s 59 visa free access.
If you are wondering of the countries you can travel to from Ghana without a visa, here are all the list of them.
TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES
SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS