The International Stingless Bee Centre in Ghana is an education centre dedicated to teaching the public about the importance of conserving plants and animal species, with the focus on bees. The centre conducts research on bees, particularly on stingless bees, to study their biology and behaviour and how to utilise the bees as an alternative livelihood and for their economic potential.

Visitors to the centre can participate in a variety of activities such as taking the bee tour to learn about the social behaviour of bees, observe bees in action in the garden, as well as hike through and evergreen African rainforest.

Products such as natural honey and Propolis, a natural antibiotic for the treatment for cancerous wounds, can be bought on-site.