Between Accra and Ouagadougou, the usual route is via Kumasi, Tamale, Bolgatanga, Paga and Pô. A direct VanefSTC bus runs to Ouagadougou from Accra (US$29, 24 hours) once daily Monday to Saturday and from Kumasi (US$21, 20 hours) every Wednesday evening; most people do the trip in stages. From Bolgatanga, there are frequent tro-tros to the border at Paga (US$1.10, 40 minutes), from where you can get onward transport to Pô and Ouagadougou.
You can also enter Burkina Faso from the northwest corner of Ghana, crossing between Tumu and Léo or from Hamale or Lawra and onto Bobo-Dioulasso. You can reach Tumu most easily from Bolgatanga, Hamale from Bolgatanga or Wa, and Lawra from Wa.
Vanef STC buses run between Accra and Abidjan (US$12, 12 hours) via Elubo once daily Monday to Friday, leaving in the early morning. The Ecowas Express, run by STIF, a company from Côte d'Ivoire, does three runs a week between Neoplan motor park in Accra and Abidjan. From Takoradi, Peugeot bush taxis make a daily trip to Abidjan.
Another border crossing lies between Bole and Bouna, though this involves a chartered canoe trip across the Black Volta River.
Tro-tros and buses regularly ply the coastal road between Accra and Aflao (all about US$3.30, three hours). VanefSTC buses leave from the smaller Tudu bus station in Accra (US$5, four times a day). The border at Aflao is open from 6am to 10pm daily but you should cross between 9am and 5pm if you need a Togolese visa at the border. Public transport from Ghana doesn't cross the border, which is only 2km from central Lomé.
Ghana's only international airport is Kotaka international airport in Accra. At the time of research, the national carrier Ghana International Airways only had flights into London. North American Airlines has one nonstop flight a week between New York City and Accra.
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