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It may seem daunting going through Ghana customs – OverlandingAfrica.com makes this process much simpler however, especially with our handy advice for customs rules in Ghana.
Like any country in West Africa, there are certain restrictions and prohibitions regarding goods being imported and exported from Ghana. Travellers should be aware of customs regulations to ensure that they have a fuss-free journey and avoid detention or delays.
Local Ghanaian Cedi-GHS currency can only be imported by travellers who have previously obtained permission to import local currency into the country, who have a stamp in their passport to this end. Foreign currency has to be declared and exchanged with a commercial bank which will state the exchanged amount on the declaration form. This form must be kept until departure, and then handed over when leaving the country.
Ghanaian Cedi (GHS) can be exported to values up to GHS 5000. Foreign currencies can be exported to values of up to USD 5000 or the equivalent.
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