Ghana's topography consists of mostly low plains and plateaus with few mountain ranges
The elevation of the country ranges from sea level to approximately 883 meters
The coastal regions of Ghana consists of vast plains with sandy beaches and mangrove forests
The northern regions are relatively higher and more arid compared to the south
Mount Afadjato is the highest point in Ghana with an elevation of 883 meters. It is located in the Volta Region and is a popular destination for hikers and tourists.
The lowest point in Ghana is the Atlantic Ocean which sits at sea level along the southern border of the country.
See here a list of 10 cities in Ghana and their elevation above sea level.