I don't really know what to expect when I'm there.
But we will be in quite remote areas where cocoa farmers live.
Often there is no electricity and if they are lucky people have a water pump where they can get fresh water.
We will also be visiting a monkey sanctuary.
And I hope we will be able to see the palace in Kumasi where the King of the Ashanti lives. Ashanti is the largest tribe in Ghana.
I'm also looking forward to meeting people my own age.
This week I had to start taking my malaria tablets to stop me getting sick while I'm in Ghana.
I have also had to have injections for yellow fever, typhoid and hepatitis A which wasn't much fun.
At least the inoculations last for 10 years so I don't have to do that for a while!"
Kirsty, 10, London
Kirsty's daily web diary from Ghana will start on Wednesday 24 September.
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